The United States government is pretty much on your side when it comes to Internet browsing freedom. But some circumstances merit Big Brother's watchful eyes.
WHAT'S INSIDE: COMPUTER SECURITY
- Computer & Internet Security
Until recently, computer programmers used two-digit placeholders for the year portion of the date in their software. Guess what happened when we realized the system couldn't account for the first two numbers? Mass panic.
Internet censors range from parents and employers to national governments. They block access to the Web pages they identify as undesirable.