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How to fix the END USER HACKING Problem.....

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The hacking phenomenon will continue no matter what the government does.  Hackers will still figure out a way to get to the information they want.  Some want it for financial gain, some for political issues, some just for the fun of it.  What strikes me as strange is why our Government hasn't taken a different approach.  Hacking is an "END USER" problem.  In other words, its the destinations that are being attacked, not the infrastructure of the Internet and it cannot be fixed by fixing any infrastructure fixes.  The Internet is a Network of Networks and it cannot be disturbed because as an end user you will not be able to have underfed access to it.  We buy things every day.  We look at our stock portfolios online.  Our phones, door bells, our refrigerators are all connected.  If they are not yet they will be.

So how do we fix the "End User" problem, where the real problem is.  This is where Identity Theft, Credit Card theft and many other problems occur.  How do we protect businesses and homeowners on a mass scale?

Well, there is a way and the Government needs to step in and grant a tax exemption for Firewalls for homeowners and businesses.  They did it with Solar Panels, why not Firewalls?

This is my take on the issue.

Thank you,
Alex Athineos

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