Insecurity of information in e-society, or the common box system as the outlines of a new and safe e-mailing system
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I have dealt with various approaches of information security in some of my recent articles and papers, including technology and cryptology. In my present study I would like to draw attention to the paradox of information security (e-society) based on the case study of the USA. A further aim of this piece of writing is to point out basic laws of this irreversible process and a few unavoidable problems. Based on these phenomena and with the multidisciplinary tools of science we can show alternatives of the future information society. Out of these alternatives I would like to focus on e-communication, especially the widespread e-mailing system as a fundamental condition of the security of information, hence the whole information society.The short, logical description of the problems introduced in this article will help to come up with some possibilities for a solution. (According to György Pólya's forever valid statement: 'Articulating the problem is halfway to the solution'.) In the closing chapter I give an outline of a suggested communication structure that shows a completely new way towards an INFOSANCE society.
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