The sanctity of a personal computer is something we have come to greatly value. Computers have become a place were we can explore parts of ourselves that we wouldnt want others to see. We can seek out indulgences and become exposed to things that, in our day-to-day lives, we would not care to encounter nor discuss out loud. This "fortress of solitude" that we build for ourselves is secure, safe and private - or is it?
It is precisely because the information stored in a computer is so private that it can become an irresistible lure for others. The Internet is vast and infinite, in it are over 31 flavours of crazy. I admit that I have sampled a fair selection of the crazy.