Cyber Utopia

Written by Kenneth L. Cluck III


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III. Who Ownsrepparttar Internet?

Well, now Iím going to coverrepparttar 139220 owners ofrepparttar 139221 Internet. Who ownsrepparttar 139222 Internet? The people who own massive websites that earn tons of money offering poor service; this is where competition comes in. To offer these services it does not take much at all. All you need is a web host that charges $10 a month and a will to sacrifice a little time every once in a while to help offer great services. Creating websites such as an email host or a web host and yet not charge a lot of money for it. In fact, itís so easy you donít even need web development skills. Justrepparttar 139223 ability to run a website creation tool.

When Freeminz.com first startedrepparttar 139224 forums werenít made automatically, people had to individually submit information on what they want than I took their information and created their forums. This wasnít too time consuming, though I spent a little time (15 minutes to half an hour) every day creating forums. I decided to use my computer skills to create a forum creation script. These scripts can be bought or made, though you donít really need them. If you can sacrifice just a little bit of time and a small amount of money you can make your own free online service. This isrepparttar 139225 goal of Freeminz.com, to promote people to create free online services and communities.

The idea is that if Freeminz.com and other free services onrepparttar 139226 Internet can be good enough to be extremely competitive torepparttar 139227 paid services,repparttar 139228 paid services would have to increase what they offer for their prices to keep up. Itís just simple competition to helprepparttar 139229 Internet to truly be a place where people can freely communicate and transmit information.

Would you like to help with creating free services and yet not know where to get a good web host, I suggest you look at FindMyWebHost.org and find a web host that offers what you need. If you need further help you can contact me at my message boards at HackMyForums.com (My username is Kc3).

The owner of Freeminz.com, FindMyWebHost.org, HackMyEmail.com, and HackMyForums.com

Kenneth is also a web developer at Clearwater Web Solutions.


How To Protect Yourself From Identity Theft

Written by Gary Gresham


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Equifax: 800-525-6285 Experian: 888-397-3742 TransUnion: 800-680-7289 2. Close all ofrepparttar accounts that you know or believe have been tampered with or opened fraudulently. Use an ID Theft Affidavit when disputing new unauthorized accounts. The credit bureaus will help you with this step. 3. File a police report. Get a copy ofrepparttar 139187 police report to submit to your creditors and others that may require proof ofrepparttar 139188 crime. If you don't filerepparttar 139189 police report you may have trouble proving this actually happened. 4. File your complaint withrepparttar 139190 FTC. The FTC maintains a database of identity theft cases used by law enforcement agencies for investigations. Filing a complaint also helps them learn more about identity theft andrepparttar 139191 problems victims are having. Visitrepparttar 139192 Federal Trade Commission's Web site at http://www.consumer.gov/idtheft . The FTC provides educational materials and self-help tools, as well as an online reporting form. The FTC also maintains a toll-free hotline at 1-877-ID-THEFT, with consumer counselors available to assist victims. If you've had bank accounts set up fraudulently in your name, call these check guarantee companies: Telecheck at 800-366-2425; andrepparttar 139193 International Check Services Company at 800-526-5380. They can flag your file so that counterfeit checks will be refused. If your crime was email related,repparttar 139194 best place to report email scams is The Internet Fraud Complaint Center or (IFCC). They are a partnership betweenrepparttar 139195 Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) andrepparttar 139196 National White Collar Crime Center (NW3C). Their web address is: http://www1.ifccfbi.gov The bottom line is keep any personal information about you private so you won't become a new victim of this terrible crime. Using these tips to learn how to protect yourself from identity theft and reporting it torepparttar 139197 proper authorities will give you a better chance of avoiding this nightmare for you and everyone around you.

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