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email [2015/04/29 15:57]
dzalewski_mail.roosevelt.edu
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-====Email Privacy in the World Today====+====Email Privacy ​and Security ​in the World Today====
  
 As talked about in the Email Privacy topic above, Email privacy in the world today is a big problem. This ties in to everything else in the world that is digital and that is connected to the Internet. In the year 2013, there were 3.9 billion email accounts. Email is also the go to form of communication in the Business world. In 2013 an average of 182.9 billion emails were received/​sent per day.(([[http://​sourcedigit.com/​4233-much-email-use-daily-182-9-billion-emails-sentreceived-per-day-worldwide/​]])) All these emails cycle through the Internet and are open to almost anyone with the skill/​willingness to read it.  As mentioned above, as emails are sent, they are stored in multiple locations including: the originators computer, the Internet Service Provider (ISP) and the recipient’s computer, so just because one deleted their email, does not mean that the email is deleted. As talked about in the Email Privacy topic above, Email privacy in the world today is a big problem. This ties in to everything else in the world that is digital and that is connected to the Internet. In the year 2013, there were 3.9 billion email accounts. Email is also the go to form of communication in the Business world. In 2013 an average of 182.9 billion emails were received/​sent per day.(([[http://​sourcedigit.com/​4233-much-email-use-daily-182-9-billion-emails-sentreceived-per-day-worldwide/​]])) All these emails cycle through the Internet and are open to almost anyone with the skill/​willingness to read it.  As mentioned above, as emails are sent, they are stored in multiple locations including: the originators computer, the Internet Service Provider (ISP) and the recipient’s computer, so just because one deleted their email, does not mean that the email is deleted.
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