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The Negative Byproducts of the Internet

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1 Author(s)
Won Kim ; Kyungwon Univ., Seongnam, South Korea

The Internet and the Web have brought about a revolution in the way people live, obtain information, and interact with others. They have also brought about major changes in governance and commerce. Unfortunately, just as in the offline world, the transgressions of a minority of the people inhabiting the online world have made it costly and unhappy for the great majority of the people. This paper reviews the types of the negative byproducts of the Internet and approaches to mitigating them.

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Web Conference (APWEB), 2010 12th International Asia-Pacific

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6-8 April 2010