The internet has been a lightning rod for debates over privacy, transparency and security.
In 2016, it was the topic of the 2016 presidential election and the 2016 election.
Last year, we explored the privacy and security implications of the growing use of the internet to gather and share information, and the growing power of companies that have the power to share data.
And we explored what happens when an internet service provider (ISP) or internet service company (ISC) colludes with other companies to collect and share user data and how it can be used to track users.
We also looked at the consequences of ISPs and ISPs-owned companies sharing user data with each other.
In this special issue, we look at some of the issues that are coming up as we enter 2017, and how we can protect ourselves, our businesses and our communities.
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In the 2016 US presidential election, we found that online privacy and safety were the most significant issues of concern.
And, as the 2016 campaign season approaches, we are seeing a backlash against the growing scale of the use of social media, especially with the election of President Donald Trump.
The Trump administration has taken a number of steps to curb social media use, and many are raising privacy and cybersecurity concerns.
This year, Congress is taking up the Cybersecurity Information Sharing Act, which will expand the sharing of cyber threat information between government and private entities.
But there are still many unanswered questions about the law, especially how the information will be shared, and who will be allowed to access it.
We spoke with a panel of experts about the potential impact of the law and how to fight back.
We asked the experts what they think the law could mean for the internet and its users, and what actions the government should take to protect the internet.
First, what is the Cyber Security Information Sharing and Protection Act?
The Cyber Security Act was passed in the wake of the 2015 mass cyberattack that disrupted the US election, and in the last few years, it has become a rallying cry for tech companies and others to share cyber threat data and other information with law enforcement and government agencies.
The Cybersecurity Act, or CISPA, was introduced in the Senate in 2015, and has been the subject of a number high-profile legislative efforts.
The bill would provide cybersecurity protections for individuals and businesses, and would allow companies to share information on their network security and cyber threats with each others.
It also seeks to establish a National Cybersecurity Center and a national cyber sharing environment for cybersecurity.
CISPA has been widely supported by tech companies, consumer groups and civil society groups.
The CISPA proposal has also been endorsed by a wide range of technology companies, and by the US Senate, including Facebook, Microsoft, Google, Amazon, Apple, Cisco, Microsoft Research, the University of California at Berkeley, and more than two dozen academic institutions.
Some of the most popular responses from companies have been from Facebook, Twitter, Google and Apple, with support from the American Civil Liberties Union and others.
Many tech companies have already signed on as co-sponsors.
What are the most common cybersecurity concerns in 2017?
CISPA will create a National Center for Cybersecurity that would coordinate information sharing between government agencies and private companies, including the sharing between law enforcement, intelligence and private sector entities.
There is concern that the National Cyber Security Center will be used for sharing information on threats to US and foreign systems, as well as information about threats to cybersecurity and national security.
Some critics of CISPA have argued that the Center would not be adequately equipped to deal with cybersecurity threats.
CISPPA will not prohibit sharing of private sector information with the government.
The National Cyber security Center will not have the authority to approve or deny private sector sharing.
It will not be allowed, for example, to restrict a company’s ability to share personal information with government entities.
What can I do to protect myself online?
We also asked the panel of internetworks experts what actions they think should be taken to protect themselves and their businesses online.
How can I prevent a cyberattack?
First, you can protect yourself online by not using social media or the internet as much as you can.
Second, you should also take precautions to keep your computers and phones secure.
Read our cybersecurity advice.
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How do I protect my privacy online?
First of all, make sure you use a password manager.
You can use the free password manager on most websites.
Second you can change your password on each of your computers.
Make sure you change your passwords every few weeks or monthly.
And you should always use a unique password for each computer, including online accounts and websites.
What should I do if I lose my password?
You should always remember your password.
If you forget your password