Questionnaire results indicated that the edublog site was accessed
6 times by 5 of the 14 students (36 percent).
Available at http://www.dlib.org/ dlib/january00/01hodge.html (accessed
28 April 2004).
A company can then know how data assets are accessed
, and that they are used as intended.
Strandberg, "Biometric ID," Corrections Forum, 1997; available from http://www.prisons.com/cforum/id.html; accessed
The state of security systems in most heath care organizations prevents us from identifying what information was accessed
or how it will be used.
A 2003 National Science Foundation survey of K-12 schools similarly found that although nearly all schools had Internet access, only 47 percent of students accessed
the Internet at school (NSF, 2006).
* It is planning to offer joint computer storage facilities to host archives and back files; these files can be accessed
by the members
Available at www.freedomforum.org (accessed
11 October 2004).
For example, while information can be examined locally and even accessed
directly, such systems cannot provide authentication, centralized audit logs or device visibility across the network.
(13.) Health Privacy Project, Institute for Health Care Research and Policy, Georgetown University, Summary of HIPAA Privacy Rule, 2002, <http:// www.healthprivacy.org/usr_doc/RegSummary2002.pdf>, accessed
July 29, 2003.
And at Des Moines Area Community College in Iowa, administrators already are touting an effort to cash in on 802.11a standards and add video and audio capabilities to the Compaq iPaq PDA devices that have accessed
a wireless LAN since the beginning of 2002.
Note that the exact special effect screen will vary, depending on whether the system is accessed
with Netscape Navigator or Internet Explorer.
Plan how you will use the Net, who will have access to it and for what purpose, what data you will allow to be accessed
by whom, what safeguards you will install, and how and when you will review your Internet practices and procedures.
Code can be accessed
And in case you have any lingering doubts about the size of the potential consumer market, consider that from September 1994 to September 1995, 6.5 million, or 7 percent, of all American homes accessed
the Internet, compared with 3 percent the previous year, a recent study found.