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The pressure is real, according to a survey published Thursday by Osterman Research and the domain name vendor Nominet. Thirty-two percent of security practitioners say they believe they would either lose their job or receive an official warning in the event of a data breach.
Cyberspace is a conceptual space made of numbers--- all computer data is reduced to numbers. So cyberspace is real, but nothing we can touch, taste, smell, or hold.
The term “ cyberspace " was coined by science fiction author William Gibson. He used the word to describe an interconnected network of computers that would link all people and machines to form a sort of virtual reality that could be navigated much like the real world. Sounds a lot like the Internet, doesn't it?
Moving in and out of cyberspace resonates with the surrealist idea advanced by (surrealism’s founder) Andre Breton, “the world of dream and the real world are only one” (55).
The LHC is one of the most complex pieces of machinery ever made by man. it has a 17-mile circumference, goes over 500 feet underground, and is the most powerful atom smasher that has ever been created in the world. It is said to have the ability to create a black hole, and might also have the capability to time travel! #5 John Titor
The first reason is a philosophical: William Occam's razor. You don't need to create something if there is no need for it. And there is no need for cyberspace. All Internet related things can be handled with existing conceptual categories.
Cyberspace, proof of false claims for freedom in US Tehran, April 18, IRNA - America, which claims to defend Western values such as freedom of speech and democracy, does not tolerate these values where it is a platform to express dissenting views and covers up its real face and boycotts opposition voices even in cyberspace.
Thoughts on Scripture, interpretation, and what Scripture might have to say about contemporary issues.
"Can Anyone Create a Hacker-proof Cyberspace?." [email protected] The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania, 06 July, 2011. ... Greentown, one of China’s largest real estate companies, is ...
In their view, the computational medium in cyberspace is an augmentation of the communication channel between real people; the core characteristic of cyberspace is that it offers an environment that consists of many participants with the ability to affect and influence each other.