It's time for a new approach. It's time for intuitive, reasonable habits to replace onerous mandatory rules. It is time for simplicity to replace complexity, and for confidence to replace fear. These habits are behavioral, not technical. And they are easy, so you can continue to do them on a regular basis.
Most importantly, its time for an easy-to-understand explanation of the online traps that we are all trying to avoid. It's like a bear trap in a strip mall - the person who set the trap doesn't mind that they probably won't catch many bears because of the volume of people who will be ensnared just because they are passing by. But if you know where to look, the traps are easy to avoid.
Read this book to avoid common online traps with simple daily habits.
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About the Author
Since graduating Boston College, David earned an Executive MBA from the University of Miami.