Protect Yourself and Those You Love THE Internet can be a useful tool. And cyberporn—pornography on-line—is an example of such abuse.
Knowing how powerful an image can be, parents should do everything they can to make objectionable Internet sites inaccessible to children.
For example, the site cannot determine your email name unless you choose to type it.
Allowing a website to create a cookie does not give that or any other site access to the rest of your computer, and only the site that created the cookie can read it.
But in my fruitless search, I caught a piece about the death of Comdex, a massive consumer electronics tradeshow that rivaled CES until it shut down in 2003.
There is a flood of vile pornography, and we must act to stem this growing tide, because, in the words of Judge Robert Bork, it incites perverted minds.I found out about Las Vegas’ defunct erotic CD-ROM convention because I was wondering if there had ever been a murder at CES.As far as I know, there hasn’t – at least, that’s what a Google search tells me.Some prevent users from entering certain types of information such as their name and address.Other programs keep your kids away from chat rooms or restrict their ability to send or read E-mail.