How are the Internet and the problem connected

• Define the problem. – Identify the problem – Describe the problem clearly. – What population is affected and how? – What specific characteristics of the Internet are relevant to this problem? – How are the Internet and the problem connected? • Provide a solution. – – Describe the potential solution clearly. – – Explain how your solution addresses the problem. – – What specific characteristics of the internet are relevant to this solution? How do they enable this solution? – – Provide at least one potentially beneficial effect your solution has on computing and the internet as it relates to society, culture, or economics. – – Provide at least one potentially harmful effect your solution has on computing and the internet as it relates to society, culture, or economics. – – Explain how people contributed to the development of the solution. – – Identify and describe one field other than computing that contributed to or is impacted by the solution – * Cite at least one specific example. – * Describe how the field contributes to or is impacted by the solution. – • Include at least two current references that provide context for the problem and solution. The references should be permanent and of high quality, e.g., not a link to an online article that could change over time. If you use more than two references, you must cite those as well. • Most of your content pages should include at least one image; if you do not own rights to the images, you must cite your sources. • Identify at least one cybersecurity concern related to the problem and/or its potential solution (depending on which of these are connected to computing and the Internet.) This is not the central problem/solution you should be focusing on; it is simply something that your hypothetical constituents will be concerned with. You should have a page on your site that assuages their fears.