I connected to The Internet. What next?

Once you’ve secured your PC, it’s time to connect to the Internet. Regardless of whether you present yourself as a person, a product or a service, perhaps your own alter ego – it is important to have control over those actions. If you have not taken all the necessary steps to protect yourself from the unintended consequences, you may lose control at any moment.

1.) Never give information to the Internet provider that you get from your service provider. It is this information that marks you and everything that goes through them is held to be your responsibility.

2.) Quality password, you will need for all activities on the Internet, such as ‘SpiK3_4 $ !!’.

– 2.1 – Be careful where you type your password! When you visit a particular site, check its correctness by reviewing the link name because twitter is not the same as tvitter.

3.) It is advisable to have multiple e-mail addresses. Basic classification – for family, relatives, and friends, for business partners, for signing up for various web services. If you take control of your mail, you will not lose all your contacts. If you use free mail services, such as Gmail, it is advisable not to store e-mails containing important data there.

– 3.1 – Don’t leave your mail address everywhere, as it can easily end up in a spammer’s collection.

4.) Social networks. That’s where you come to the forefront, and only then are your products or services promoted. Only provide information (pictures, addresses, texts, comments,…) that you are certain will not adversely affect you today, tomorrow or in 10 years.

– 4.1 – Blogs are also a group of online media where much can be learned about you even though you use a pseudonym. Certain personal topics should only remain yours.

– 4.2 – Forums and other web services. Pay attention to the choice of your nickname, and before posting each message, think about what you want to achieve. In order to spend your time participating, you need to aim for discussion, do not aimlessly wander and write just to write, because most of these messages will later have no control, no matter how annoying you may be.

5.) Communication with other Internet users is a necessity and importance, but there are pitfalls because not everyone is as they are. Personal or business communication is two different things, but they have one thing in common – let the topic of conversation be known only to you and the person you are talking to. It is unnecessary to publicly expose a topic of conversation that may later be taken out of context or misinterpreted.

6.) Sooner or later, you will need certain content that is available on the Internet in all quantities and forms. You have to be extra careful here, as you can jeopardize everything that has been achieved by unwanted downloads.

7.) The history of surfing is one of the things that users think is only seen on the Internet when they leave a comment on a particular blog, forum or social service, but it’s not. The history of surfing is visible to anyone who has access to your computer and when you are not on the Internet, it is advisable to delete this daily.

It is possible to follow your every move on the Internet, use whatever you want and in the way that suits you best, but be prepared to stand behind each of these steps.

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