Bob DeMarco is an Alzheimer's caregiver and editor of the Alzheimer's Reading Room.
The Alzheimer's Reading Room is the number one website on the Internet for insight into Alzheimer's disease.
Bob taught at the University of Georgia, was an executive at Bear Stearns, the CEO of IP Group, and is a mentor. He has written more than 800 articles with more than 18,000 links on the Internet. Bob resides in Delray Beach, FL.
Yahoo on Wednesday began blocking Cerulean Studios' Trillian software from communicating with its instant messaging service in its latest step to fence its popular client from third-party integrators...
I am currently writing a series of articles about Internet Crime Against Children on the Internet. My articles on Child Pornography are being met with some skeptism. A quick Google News search suprprised me.
A man who once ran a day care out of his house, will now call prison home after trading kiddie porn...At 34, Patrick Stoner is at least three decades older than the preschoolers, toddlers and infants in the pornographic pictures he downloaded and then traded online.
Recently, I wrote a series of articles about pedophilia and child pornography on the Internet. As a result, many people asked me to write an article about what to do when a child receives a pornographic image or a sexual solicitation while on the Internet. There are three good ways to deal with this problem...
In a nanosecond, we were in cyber-hell. Something called Pedo World flashed across the screen. And then a series of colour photos of children popped up. The story contains harsh comments and a vivid depiction of the kinds of child pornography available on the Intenet.
At the end of the show they picked the last five comics to make it into the house. As they picked the last five, I said to a friend, this show is fixed.
This is a follow-up to my recent article The War on Child Pornogrqaphy--Who are the victims?
Today's CPI report shows the annual rate of change in the CPI at 3.1%. This breaks the down trend which has been in place since rates last peaked in late 1990.
The sexual victimization of children is overwhelming in magnitude, yet largely unrecognized and underreported
I tend to watch the price of things I buy. For example, let’s take the Oreo cookie. A year ago full price on Oreo cookies in my grocery store was $3.39. Now? The price is $3.89. A whopping 14.7 percent increase.