We should be mindful of our online security, especially in this day and age. If you’re like me and thinking if someone is watching me on my web cam then they’re going to be awfully bored and disappointed.
But, the more serious ramifications would be that someone has access to whatever you have on your computer. Bank information, investments, savings accounts, IRA’s, etc.
Your whole life is stored on your computer. Family pictures, files, letters, contracts, documents, etc.
It could be devastating if a hacker got into your computer and stole your information. Or locked you out and blackmailing you to get your information back. Maybe. There is no guarantee they would return it to you. Get your money and leave you with a locked down computer.
Save yourself a mountain of heartache and take precautions. Take some time to read the article and review your security and passwords. Be safe.
Our time is our most precious commodity, but we treat it as one of our least valuable. How are you going to change your daily activities to better use your time, or are you? Are you content to watch your time float away into oblivion unused and wasted?
What are you doing with your time? We can all do better.
Power outage and candle power are not the same. In the cold of winter or the heat of summer a power outage can be deadly serious.
We should be demanding that our representatives not only investigate our power grid vulnerabilities but fix them. Knowing a problem exists and doing nothing to fix the problem is criminal.
If our power grid goes down for an extended period in time could and most likely would lead to many deaths. Depending on how long the death totals could easily reach into the thousands and potentially the hundreds of thousands or even into the millions.
The life of a typical North Korean is so different from the typical life of someone here in the US that it is hard to really understand. The poorest of the poor here would be fabulously rich in North Korea.