When I was a child, I was afraid of the internet

When I had my first computer, I knew nothing of the web.

My mother had only one, and she would occasionally give me a floppy disk with some instructions to “Download the free software on the internet”.

That floppy disk would take a few seconds, then pop up on the screen and say “Download” again, before closing.

I was so frightened of the unknown, I didn’t bother to look for the software.

My first computer was a Commodore 64.

It was a very primitive device.

It didn’t have much processing power and it didn’t use a floppy drive.

But I didn, and I was able to play games.

That was the beginning of my fascination with computers and the internet.

Since then, I’ve built my own computers, bought a few computers and built a network of devices to help people find and download content.

I have built a business to help developers create online games, to help artists create animations and other interactive media, and to help businesses sell digital goods and services online.

In short, I built an empire.

In some ways, I am an internet pioneer, and in others, I’m a victim of the tech bubble.

While most of us spend our days trying to find something we can use to make money, some people are creating something for the internet that we can actually use.

And in some cases, I can’t even tell the difference between the products I use and the products the companies that make them.

The internet is the world’s biggest marketplace for online content, but it is also home to the most dangerous sites on the web and the most harmful malware.

There is no doubt that most people who use the internet today would not have been aware of the most sophisticated tools on the market.

But the same people who are now paying billions of dollars for the best websites on the planet don’t seem to realize that these tools are used to harm millions of people every day.

The world is a dangerous place.

There are millions of internet users, many of whom are vulnerable to a variety of cyber attacks.

These attacks are usually carried out by foreign governments, but also by the most technologically advanced nation on Earth, China.

For example, in 2016, China’s state-controlled media used a massive attack to steal confidential data from a number of major US websites, including Buzzfeed.

In a report for the Institute for Critical Infrastructure Technology (ICIT), the company said that Chinese hackers are now able to infiltrate a large number of US sites, including the White House, the Pentagon, the New York Times, CNN and other news organizations.

The attacks are being carried out on a massive scale, with more than 20 million people targeted in 2016 alone.

These kinds of attacks are just the tip of the iceberg.

The problem is that the internet is a highly regulated space.

There have been several cases of governments, corporations and even governments themselves being hacked.

One of the more serious breaches happened in 2017, when a large group of Chinese hackers accessed sensitive data from the Gmail account of the head of the United States National Security Agency (NSA).

The attack involved more than one billion users, including millions of users of the popular email platform Gmail.

The hackers were able to download nearly every email account of an individual within the US, including that of the heads of departments, departments of defense and the State Department.

The attackers also compromised the servers of many major financial institutions and government agencies, including several US senators.

The US government itself had been compromised by a separate cyber attack in 2018, but the details of this attack are still not public.

The biggest threat to the internet’s safety is the “zero day” attack.

This is the time of the year when an attack is launched that has a relatively low probability of being successful, but is very destructive.

This kind of attack is used to launch malware that can compromise the network of a target.

For years, zero days have been a common way for malicious actors to get access to computers and other systems.

For a relatively short period of time, a zero day can lead to a wide variety of damage.

In the case of the 2017 attack, the attackers were able gain access to a number at least four computers.

The group was able gain control of one of the systems, and they could also install malware on the computers.

This type of attack, which has become more prevalent, has been known to occur in the wild.

Some zero days, however, are designed to be more difficult to detect.

This includes a recent attack against Google that has been widely attributed to China, although it is still not clear who launched the attack and why.

The latest attack on the World Health Organization (WHO) is the first known attack to target an organization with no government ties, but a few weeks ago, a cyberattack on the US Treasury Department also targeted a US government entity.

It remains to be seen whether the attackers have the skills to execute a successful attack on a large US government target