I am a big fan of all the great things technology has enabled us to do, and also what it has enabled us to not have to do. While many people are still working at jobs they ultimately would not have chosen, the implementation of computer programs and advanced machinery has freed many of us from hard physical labor and moved the workplace into more of a sedentary and techno-dominant realm.
The fight against crime is a noble one that makes the world safer for everyone. As police search for violent criminals, they will need to have every tool that they can get.
When do you think the first computer came around? Thinking the 80s? 60s? 40s? What if I told you that a computer had been designed back in 1837, and that the first person who programmed for this device was the daughter of one of the world's most famous poets?
Digital nomads are people who travel the world, working remotely from computers. They may be Facebook marketers, digital entrepreneurs, or just computer programmers who want to travel the world. It's a glamorous lifestyle, filled with talented people. But, to be a successful digital nomad, you need more than talent.
With the Trump Administration's decision to repeal internet privacy rules that protect ISPs from selling users' private browsing history, many people are beginning to wonder if our era of privacy has come to a close.
If you go on YouTube, you will see videos containing terrifying stories of people who have gone on websites that are located on "the Dark Web." It sounds like some kind of fictional, strange, evil version of the already-twisted internet we know and love. Though it sounds like stupid horror movie stuff, there is a legit Dark Web.