Although cyberspace is considered a modern way to communicate, in many ways it is also the Wild West. The Internet is filled with online dangers - from those who want to infect computers with destructive viruses to criminals who want to steal money, ruin reputations, or cause personal harm. ""Living with the Internet and Online Dangers"" highlights the risks and problems that come with modern Web technology, as well as what teens can do to protect themselves. Chapters explore online job hunting, email scams and Internet fraud, finding that special someone online, and wireless security. Written in straightforward language, this new resource is loaded with helpful sidebars, a glossary, index, and appendixes.
Corey Sandler has written for nearly 30 years about the advantages and threats involved with new technology and is the author of more than 150 books on computers, business, sports, history, and travel. One of the pioneers of computer journalism, he was the first executive editor of PC Magazine and the editor of Digital News. Among the books he has written are Henry Hudson: Dreams and Obsession, Laptops for Dummies All-in-One Desktop Reference, Fix Your Own PC, and Watching Baseball.