surfers vs. pirates
Posted in the Internet Forum
#1 Oct 24, 2012
A surfer is someone who navigates the World Wide Web and becomes adept at finding information relevant to personal or public goals.
A pirate is someone who stealthily breaks into otherwise coded or locked websites for the purpose of obtaining insider information.
Both surfers and pirates possess the skills necessary to find lucrative information on the World Wide Web.
Incomplete regulation of Internet navigation protocols makes it difficult sometimes to police between Word Wide Web surfers and World Wide Web pirates.
These social technology notes echo the entertainment marketability of the Hollywood (USA) movies "Pirate Radio" (2009) and "Network" (1976).
Are they printing movie posters on hemp/recycled paper yet?
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