Take a look at it carefully, and make note it of it:
Who on earth throws a party with fireworks and all, to commemorate a man who tried (and failed) to blow up the British Parliament?
For those of you non-Brits, Guy Fawkes Day, also known as Bonfire Night is today, on the 5th of November. It’s called Guy Fawkes Day really, as Guy was one of many blokes involved in the “Gunpowder Plot”, although he was the one caught guarding quite a few explosives. Anywho, we started celebrating the day by lighting bonfires across the city, in honour of the King at the time – King James, for surviving the attempt on his life.
It can be quite a difficult endeavour with many members of the elderly community refusing to even touch a computer; but when there are so many benefits to helping them become more technologically savvy, it might be worth the patient legwork on your end.
Your most private content could be at risk of being extracted to a ‘parasite’ website and placed on an adult website without your knowledge. The Internet Watch Foundation (IWF) has revealed in a recent study that 88% of suggestive images and videos posted by young people, are finding their way onto adult sites.