"Scott Greer treads a surefooted and perceptive path through the post-modern-day American college campus, where the meritocratic ideal of higher education is no more, having been forcibly replaced by a fearsome caste system that elevates all races over Caucasian and 'all' genders over male. Must-reading on how it is that the con of 'victimhood' becomes a source of downright dictatorial powers that threaten our democratic institutions." – Diana West, columnist and author of "The Death of the Grown-Up"
Hackers come in two sorts––the ones that like to disrupt things for creating a better world and the ones that like to mess with things to create personal harm. It's the latter hacker that you need to guard against (the first type just requires you to keep an open mind). If you're worried that your computer or electronic device may have been hacked, take your gut-felt concerns seriously and act quickly. Hackers can get into devices in surprising ways but what you need to understand is how this might manifest itself to you when looking at your screen. Here are some possible indicators that you might have been hacked, along with suggestions for quick action.