Violence Goes to the Internet: Avoiding the Snare of the Net
Violence Goes to the Internet provides the reader with a thorough understanding of the Internet and the potential dangers lying therein. The book identifies all of the different types of interpersonal violence and crime that may be encountered on the Internet, so that it can then be examined and placed in the context of how that violence manifests itself in the physical world. Readers will then be able to recognize and detect interpersonal violence and crime on the Internet and take the necessary steps to insulate and defend oneself from would-be cyber predators. A new approach to assessing vi.
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