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When we open our doors... Когда мы открываем наши двери - YouTube

The Education and Youth Working Group continues to “Open Doors” with its new video promoting collaboration between schools and community organizations. Contributors from six continents submitted one hundred videos for this crowd-sourced collaborative project, transcending geography, language, age, and technology.


Рабочая группа «Образование и молодежь» продолжает «открывать двери» посредством ее нового видео, продвигающего метод обучения через практику. Участники с семи континентов предоставили сто роликов для этого видео-проекта, созданного с использованием метода краудсорсинга, который помогает выходить за пределы географии, языка, возраста и технологии.

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What Americans should fear in cyberspace

What Americans should fear in cyberspace | digital citizenship |
A recent Pew poll found that Americans are more afraid of a cyber attack than they are of Iranian nuclear weapons, the rise of China or climate change.


In treating cyber security as a matter only for IT experts, computer users often neglect the most basic precautions that go a long way toward protecting both the Internet's users and the network itself. Indeed, one study found that as much as 94% of attacks could be stopped with basic "cyber hygiene." Perhaps the best example is that the most popular password in use today is "123456," with "password" No. 2.


The 19th century poet Ralph Waldo Emerson never could have conceived of the Internet. But it is what allowed me recently to look up a quote by him that is perhaps the best guide for our age of cyber insecurity:


===> "Knowledge is the antidote to fear." <===


GM: SO, learn about the basics of Cyber-Security!


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