At end of 2006 I was reading in the country that, according to a study by the multinational McAfee, social networks are an ideal vehicle for technological criminals. There is a false economy of trust. People does not present their personal data to strangers on the street, but the creation of profiles on the Web means that criminals can instantly access a true mine of data. I punctured my data in Google search and, for a moment, I inquiete. Joking aside, for some years I have made sure that Internet is a tool of communication more and, finally and after, is the same information that I can find in a job interview, in a formative activity, a customer, a supplier, my financial institution, etc. Then, talk with some professors in the field of Informatics and telecommunications, renewed confidence in the technologies. They are the occupational hazard of this economy and society that we live. They agree with me that McAfee is one of the oldest companies in the field of anti-virus, by what it costs them to digest some of the assertions in the report that is read in the previously linked virtual journal.
For example, we do not agree (I also get into the bag) and believe that it is, at the very least, light the comment about giving personal information to strangers on the street. The questions that arise are of type: how offer my professional services in a transparent and sincere manner? And the person that writes his autobiography paper or they write his biography? And the bystander that spontaneous and forthrightly gives you a hug on the street?, etc. It is that there is another economy, another society, other rules of the game and, by derivation, another crime. Before you had to be careful with certain issues; now with each other. I like to find me on the Internet with people with names and surnames, as well as in the street and respect that retain their identity, as well as in reality.