Whenever We Use

Yesterday one of my fellow English-lovers and I had time to discuss an article she had sent me on Skype. We regularly have time to practice speaking English.

This time she had chosen the following article: "Should the government know less than Google?"
As you may know, Edward Snowden divulged into the extent of the National Security Administration's surveillance of electronic communications.
I use a computer everyday, and visit a variety of sites, post my comments, send e-mails and so forth. It's a part of my daily life. As such, the article absolutely intrigued me.

As one of the computer users, I think when we developed our technology, at the same time every risk accompaniedn it such as leaking our private information or computer viruses. The more our technology develops, the more it gives us grounds for concerns.
Actually, a variety of security software is readily available and I'm sure every computer user has installed it to protect their personal information and so on. It protects most of our information and confidential data from any viruses or something like that.
However, it's true it's not always 100% safe. Luckily we haven't had our information stolen or just haven't noticed it yet because it hasn't brought problems to our daily lives.

In any case, we should keep it in mind whenever we use computers.
     

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