Consumers are given a variety of techniques to avoid providing input which results in negative output, thereby reducing negative web content. The goal is to support databases offering rich content. People should be able to access more pertinant data without encountering obstacles. Less relevant content should be given less priority. Push-pull marketing and filing systems affect information processing. Consumers are shown how to let their systems help pull up more accurate results, and avoid feeding into sources which provide negative outcomes.
General subjects are covered, along with social networks, website design and accounts maintenance. Online shopping, advertising, ecommerce, privacy controls, database dynamics, contact details, consumer finance, system maintanence, system settings and wireless vs. hardwired security are all issues addressed at this site. Privacy and security through limiting exposure is a major subject.
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