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Wednesday | June 20, 2012
12 Hour Shifts>>what's your opinion?
Three Intriguing Cyber-Offender QuestionsBy Art Bowker, Cybercrime Specialist
I get too few comments on the Three C’s to gauge whether I am accomplishing anything beyond irritating a few sex offenders who follow and accordingly voice their opinion. I wish more probation and parole officers would shoot a comment now and than, even if it is to point out I am off base. I guess they are a wee bit shy to tell me I don’t know what I am talking about. But anyone who runs a website or writes a blog knows there are tools out there that provide insights into what folks are thinking when they visit site and how they got there in the first place. What? You really thought when you visited a website no one knew about it? Depending upon the tools used a lot can be learned about who visits a website or for that matter a blog. But for those super paranoid, fear not. For the most part I am not privy to the glandular identification of users . The sole exception is when one posts to the blog their originating Internet Service Provider number and e-mail used is captured. full story
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quote of the week
"I find that the harder I work, the more luck I seem to have"