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Cyber Bullying Monster Wanted for Hacking, Crime, Fraud

CYBERSPACE, 2014 (D.O.T.) - In February 2014, wanted felon, Richard Wayne Bennett, on the run for multiple felonies including rape of a teen, financial abuse of the elderly, identity theft and many other cyber crimes, attacks cyberspacers.com. A $5,000 reward...

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Take the High Road

CYBERSPACE, 2013 (D.O.T.) - When you 'Take The High Road' - it means that you choose to do what is best - even if it isn't the most popular or easiest way to go. In this oftentimes complicated, topsy-turvy high-tech digital world, it's easy to get lost in a maze of...

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Being A Parent Can Be Tough In the Digital World

CYBERSPACE, 2012 (D.O.T.) - With more to do on the Internet these days, there's a lot more for kids to hide. And research shows those tech-savvy teens are finding ways around parents' attempts to monitor online activity. Being a teenager can be tough, but in today's world...

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Keeping Kids Safe Online

CYBERSPACE, 2011 (D.O.T.) - After two major studies have revealed that it's far too easy for kids to gain access to parts of the Internet that may be dangerous or simply inappropriate for them - experts proposed several ways to "lock down" the Web to keep kids safe...

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How Cyber-Safe Is Your City?

CYBERSPACE, 2010 (D.O.T.) - You probably won't be mugged in smaller cities like Portland, Ore., but you're more likely to have your cyber-wallet picked. Those same factors that are likely to boost a city's civic pride -- prevalence of Wi-Fi hot spots, a cyber-savvy...

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Britney Spears and Ashton Kutcher Violated

CYBERSPACE, 2009 (D.O.T.) - A brazen hacker going by the name of 'Hacker Croll' has recently gained access to nearly a dozen accounts including that of an administrator and celebrities at the micro-blogging service Twitter, while an earlier attack violated...

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Grand Theft Auto Banned After Copycat Killing

CYBERSPACE, 2008 (D.O.T.) - GTA IV pulled after teen kills taxi driver while recreating scene from game. Teenager confessed to robbing and murdering a taxi driver while trying to recreate a scene from the game. "We are urging all video game arcades to pull the game from service...

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I Do Not Share Personal Information With Strangers!

CYBERSPACE, 2008 (D.O.T.) - On the screen at the front of the classroom, Virginia assistant attorney general Gene Fishel flashed an online social-networking profile of "hotlilflgirl," a 15-year-old who says she enjoys being around boys and wants to meet new people...

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GIRLS LOVE VID-GAMES, TOO!

CYBERSPACE, 2007 (D.O.T.) - The conventional wisdom on gender differences and play is that girls like to create things, boys like to destroy them. 38 percent of video-game players are female, and most of the industry doesn't know - or care - what they want...

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Text Messaging May Be Factor in Fatal Teen Car Crash

Text messages were sent and received on a 17-year-old driver's cell phone moments before the sport utility vehicle slammed head-on into a truck, killing her and four other recent high school graduates, police said...

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Parents Neglect Starved Babies to Feed Video Game Addiction

CYBERSPACE, 2007 (D.O.T.) - A couple authorities say were so obsessed with the Internet and video games that they left their babies starving and suffering other health problems have pleaded guilty to child neglect...

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Experts: Videogames NOT an Addiction

CYBERSPACE, 2007 (D.O.T.) - Doctors have, for now, backed away from a controversial proposal to designate videogame addiction as a mental disorder akin to alcoholism, saying psychiatrists should study the issue more. Addiction experts...

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Move Over, Harry Potter!

CYBERSPACE, 2007 (D.O.T.) - How many fifth graders do you know who have actually been part of the editorial process? We know of only 21 - Teacher Jeff Smith's students at Sabal Point Elementary School in Orlando/Longwood, Florida...

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The New Mercedes Benz For Cyberspacers

CYBERSPACE, 2007 (D.O.T.) -- The new Benz, built with cyberspacers in mind...Very different....Very cool... This is the new Mercedes Benz SCL 600 (that's "C" as in Cyberspacers)... This car is really different. (Cyberspacers can handle it. Can you?)...

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CyberSpacers: New-Age News Reporters

CYBERSPACE, 2007 (D.O.T.) -- As picture-taking mobile telephones and digital movie camera usage grows, cyberspacers are being recruited as citizen news reporters. Recently, Yahoo launched YouWitnessNews...

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(Web) Power to the People!

CYBERSPACE, 2006 (D.O.T.) -- Imagine being able to check instantly whether or not statements made by politicians were correct. That is the sort of service Google Inc. boss Eric Schmidt believes the Internet will offer within five years...

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Google Warning:
'Unsafe' Websites

CYBERSPACE, 2006 (D.O.T.) -- Google has started warning users if they are about to visit a webpage that could harm their computer. The warning will pop up if users click on a link to a page known to host spyware...

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CyberSpacers salutes
'Teacher of the Year' Kimberly Oliver!

CYBERSPACE, 2006 (D.O.T.) -- What does it take to be named the top teacher in America? Qualities like dedication, experience, love of teaching, communication skills as well as innovative educational ideas...

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Cyber-Bullying: No Kids' Game

CYBERSPACE, 2006 (D.O.T.) -- Two freshman girls logged on to a website and created a profile for a teacher they didn't like. Under interests they wrote "hard core porn...

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Most Violent Games of 2005

CYBERSPACE, 2005 (D.O.T.) - Resident Evil 4. Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas. God of War. It might read like a list of Game of the Year nominees, but it's actually a sampling of games from Family Media Guide's recently released Top 10 Most Violent Video Games list of 2005.

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U.S. Lawmakers: USA Must Control Internet 

CYBERSPACE, 2005 (D.O.T.) - Lawmakers in the U.S. House of Representatives called for the Internet's core infrastructure to remain under U.S. control, echoing similar language introduced in the Senate.

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CHINA TIGHTENS CONTROL ON WEB NEWS

CYBERSPACE, 2005 (D.O.T.) – China has set new regulations on Internet news content, widening a campaign of controls it has imposed on other Web sites, such as blogs and discussion groups.

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Cybercops Crash Child Porn Ring

CYBERSPACE, 2005 (D.O.T.) - A Europe-wide internet child porn ring has been smashed after a series of raids across the continent. At least 80 suspects are being investigated after police swooped in the UK , Italy , France , Denmark , Sweden and the Netherlands.

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PARIS HILTON HACKER JAILED!

CYBERSPACE, 2005 (D.O.T.) - A Massachusetts teenager who reportedly hacked into Paris Hilton's cell phone has been sentenced to 11 months in a juvenile facility.

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All-Time dot-com Flops!

CYBERSPACE, 2005 (D.O.T.) - The most astounding thing about the dot-com boom was the obscene amount of money that was spent. Zealous venture capitalists fell over themselves to invest millions in...

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How Big is the Web?

CYBERSPACE, 2005 (D.O.T.) - Exactly how big is the World Wide Web? Many Internet engineers consider that question one of those imponderable philosophical questions, like how many angels can dance on the head of a pin.

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Warning: Too Much Play Time Can be Deadly!

CYBERSPACE, 2005 (D.O.T.) - A 28-year-old South Korean man died of exhaustion in an Internet cafe after playing computer games non-stop for 49 hours.

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SUPPORT AMERICA’s BOY SCOUTS!

CYBERSPACE, 2005 (D.O.T.) - The Boys Scouts of America should be praised and encouraged. However, the organization which teaches patriotism, courage, self-reliance, family values and moral virtue has been under attack.

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WEB PIRATES GOING DOWN

CYBERSPACE, 2005 (D.O.T.) - The U.S. Dept. of Justice has launched an 11-nation crackdown on Internet piracy organizations responsible for stealing copies of the latest Star Wars film and other movies, games and software programs worth over $50 million....

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PRINCE MUST GET WITH “IT!”

CYBERSPACE, 2005 (D.O.T.) - Britain's Prince Harry, who is starting his army officer training, has been told to brush up on his IT, Information Technology, and other computer skills after reportedly failing a test at the elite Royal Military Academy Sandhurst.

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MUSIC, FILM LAWSUITS vs. STUDENTS!

CYBERSPACE, 2005 (D.O.T.) - The super-fast ''Internet2'' network that connects universities researching the next-generation Internet is also apparently popular among college students who download pirated music and movies.

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ONLINE (& OFFLINE) GAMBLING: A BAD BET

CYBERSPACE, 2005 (D.O.T.) - The first generation to grow up with legalized gambling, including access to online casinos, is creating a rising number of teens with gambling addictions.

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WORM TEEN GETS PRISON!

CYBERSPACE, 2005 (D.O.T.) - A federal judge sentenced a teenager to a year and half of prison for releasing a variant of the Blaster worm that attacked over 50,000 computers. Jeffrey Lee Parson, 19, appeared in U.S. District Court in Seattle, where he was also ordered to perform community service, pay restitution and be placed under supervision for three years following the sentence.

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CHINA: U.S. CONTROLS CYBERSPACE

CYBERSPACE, 2005 (D.O.T.) - China 's ambassador to the United Nations has called for international controls on the Internet. Chinese Ambassador Sha Zukang told a UN conference that controls should be, “multilateral, transparent and democratic, with the full involvement of governments, the private sector, civil society and international organizations.

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STUDENTS ARRESTED FOR CYBER-STALKING

CYBERSPACE, 2005 (D.O.T.) - We all know about high school bullying but have you heard of cyber-bullying? It's real and three Loranger High School students in Louisiana have been arrested for it. And, their computer equipment has been confiscated as part of the Attorney General's High Tech Crimes Unit investigation.

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TSUNAMI WEB SCAM

CYBERSPACE, 2005 (D.O.T.) - Internet scammers have pounced on the outpouring of good will toward the victims of the Asian tsunami in their latest scheme to con people out of their money.

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FILM PIRATES SINKING

CYBERSPACE, 2004 (D.O.T.) - Hollywood's major movie studios said they won a $23.8 million judgment against a California company and its Malaysian owner for operating a Web site that charged customers to download illegally copied movies.

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PRIVACY @WORK?

CYBERSPACE, 2004 (D.O.T.) - Chances are very high that your boss--and even your boss's boss--is reading your e-mail. Privacy at work? You don't have any!

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NEW SUPERCOMPUTER CHAMPION!

CYBERSPACE, 2004 (D.O.T.) - A complex supercomputer being constructed for the US government has demonstrated double the power of the long-reigning supercomputing champion. And, it’s only partially built!

WHO NOSE COMPUTERS?

CYBERSPACE, 2004 (D.O.T.) - Has the era of hands-free Web-surfing arrived?

Dmitry Gorodnichy, an inventor from the Institute of Information Technology in Ottawa, has developed a computer navigation system that relies on the movements of a user’s nose as a cursor.

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A REAL ONLINE SHOCKER!

CYBERSPACE, 2004 (D.O.T.) -- A teenager working on his computer was jolted by lightning that hit his family's home in Iowa . Mike Bergeron, 15, was in the basement of the home when lightning from an electrical storm struck the roof, traveled through the electrical lines of the house to the computer and shocked him!

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TASTELESS, DANGEROUS SPAM

CYBERSPACE, 2004 (D.O.T.) - Much to the chagrin of Hormel Foods, maker of the canned luncheon meat, the term "SPAM" has today come to mean network abuse, particularly junk E-mail and massive junk postings. The first recorded abuse occurred in 1978, but it wasn’t officially called “SPAM” until 1993.

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PORN IN THE USA

CYBERSPACE, 2004 (D.O.T.) - Morality in Media President Robert W. Peters contends that the U.S. Supreme Court's 5-4 recent decision to affirm a lower court's preliminary injunction against enforcement of the Child Online Protection Act (COPA) runs counter to the intent of the Constitution. “This decision thwarts the repeated efforts of Congress to protect children from Internet pornography,” says Mr. Peters.

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YOU'VE GOT NAILED!

CYBERSPACE, 2004 (D.O.T.) - U.S. authorities have charged an employee of America Online and an accomplice in a plot to steal data on 30 million AOL customers – some 92 million e-mail addresses - for sale to spammers.

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Computers to Replace Teachers?

CYBERSPACE, 2004 (D.O.T.) - In the computer lab at Warren Central High School in mid-May, Craig Butler, a junior, squinted at the question on his screen, paused to ponder his answer and began typing. Craig was one of 48,500 Indiana juniors gathering in high schools across the state to take the end-of-year online English essay test. Unlike most essay tests, however, this one is being graded not by a teacher but by a computer.

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New Anti-Smut DVD Player 

CYBERSPACE, 2004 (D.O.T.) - Wal-Mart is selling the world's first DVD player that can seamlessly skip over violence, swearing, nudity and other potentially offensive movie content. The $79 unit features technology by ClearPlay and is manufactured by Thomson Inc. under its RCA brand.

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TECH SCHOOL SUSPENDS 6 th -GRADERS 

CYBERSPACE, 2004 (D.O.T.) - A public school suspended nearly all of its sixth-graders for class disruptions and a cafeteria ruckus this week, though many of the students were allowed to return after their parents met with school officials...

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ROBOT LIBRARIAN!

CYBERSPACE, 2004 (D.O.T.) Do you know your local librarian? The person who answers your questions and occasionally sends a "shhhh" in your direction? Well, a new librarian in Indiana won't be able to give you recommendations or quiet you down....

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CyberSpacers' Virtual World of the Sims

CYBERSPACE, 2004 (D.O.T.) - The Sims Online is a self-contained computer game that cyberspacers can play on your PC and you can create an entire virtual economy. Sim mobs turned up on virtual doorsteps, demanding protection money - payable in the online currency, one million simoleans trades for $22 (12) on the auction Web site eBay....

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WEB SPEED RECORD SMASHED!

CYBERSPACE, 2003 (D.O.T.) - Researchers have more than doubled the world speed record for Internet data transfer. Scientists at the CERN particle physics laboratory in Switzerland sent the equivalent of a full-length DVD movie in about seven seconds....

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HUMAN BRAIN BEATS COMPUTERS

CYBERSPACE, 2003 (D.O.T.) - Forecasters who predicted that computers are poised to become more powerful than the human brain have got it hopelessly wrong. For the first time, researchers have calculated that the power of a single brain in terms of memory capacity and discovered that it is greater than all the computers ever made....

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YOU ARE THE VOICE OF AMERICA!

CYBERSPACE, 2002 (D.O.T.) - We don't all laugh at the same jokes. We don't all like the same music. We are not all the same religion, and we are not all from the same place. It's only when we 'HATE' each other that causes trouble for the human race. On 9-11-01 HATE attacked America, the World Trade Center, in New York, and the Pentagon. America struck back...

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TEACHING KIDS THE TRUTH

CYBERSPACE, 2002 (D.O.T.) - The NEA, the country's largest teachers union, has drawn extensive criticism from conservatives and other teachers' unions who say its extreme liberal guidelines instruct teachers not to suggest that any group is responsible for the 9/11 attacks and to take a "blame America" approach - urging educators to discuss historical instances of American intolerance so that the American public avoids repeating terrible mistakes...

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'GOOD' HACKERS vs. CYBER-TERRORISTS!

CYBERSPACE, 2002 (D.O.T.) - Since the WTC towers came crashing down on 9-11, unfortunately, cyber-crime has been on the rise. The attack on America has triggered an increasing amount of cyber-criminal activity - many of these crimes being committed in the name of national security -- by hackers with good intentions.

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9-11 Terrorists Will Pay

CYBERSPACE, 2002 (D.O.T.) On 09/11/01 we witnessed the horrible terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center, the Pentagon, and indeed our democracy and free way of life. But why didn't Osama bin Laden and his nests of terrorists go after the Internet? After all, our vast and free communication network is vulnerable, and a symbol of freedom of speech and thought.

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