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Four-part Series - Protecting Privacy


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#1 discogail

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Posted 20 March 2004 - 01:53 PM

Protecting Privacy
.........by Scott Granneman

"As computer users, we're in for a long, constant fight to safeguard our privacy."

"It's never too late to begin safeguarding your privacy. This is a series of four articles that will examine privacy concerns regarding hardware, then software, email, and then finally the Internet in general.

Securing Privacy, Part One: Hardware Issues
http://online.securi...om/infocus/1568

Securing Privacy, Part Two: Software Issues
http://online.securi...om/infocus/1573

Securing Privacy Part Three: E-mail Issues
http://online.securi...om/infocus/1579

Securing Privacy Part Four: Internet Issues
http://online.securi...om/infocus/1585


Scott Granneman is a senior consultant for Bryan Consulting Inc. in St. Louis. He specializes in Internet Services and developing Web applications for corporate, educational, and institutional clients.

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