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  • Fact The Protection Of Personal Internet Privacy
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    The Privacy of the individual is the most important right. It supports human dignity and other values such as freedom of association and freedom of speech. It has become one of the most important human rights of the modern age. Privacy is recognized around the world in various regions and cultures. Almost every country in the world includes a right of privacy in its constitution. Without privacy, the democratic system that we know would not exist. According to the Australian Privacy Charter "A f...
  • Every Internet User
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    Privacy on the Internet Ever feel like you are being watched? How about having the feeling like some one is following you home from school? Well that is what it will be like if users do not have the privacy on the Internet they deserve. EPIC (Electronic Privacy Information Center), a advocacy group that has been fighting the Clinton Administration for tougher online consumer protection laws, and other privacy protection agencies have formed to protect the rights and privileges of the Internet us...
  • Same Level Of Privacy On The Internet
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    A person has a right to solitude and freedom from prying public eyes, in other words, to privacy. The definition of privacy in the Webster's Dictionary is defined as "isolation, seclusion, or freedom from unauthorized oversight or observation". In the essay " The Price of Admission: Harassment and Free Speech in the Wild Wild West", Stephanie Brail discusses how online harassment has become a media headliner in the last few years. There are many reasons to hide your real identity when you use th...
  • Issue Of Internet Privacy
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    A Right to Privacy? What a Joke! It has become a sad and upsetting fact that in today's society the truth is that the right to one's privacy in the I. T (information technological) world has become, simply a joke. In an electronic media article "No place to hide", written by James Norman, two interesting and debatable questions were raised: 'Are we witnessing the erosion of the demarcation of public and private spaces brought on by the networked economy and new technology?' Also, 'What roles do ...
  • Web Users To Surf The Internet
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    Privacy Consumers and the Internet Introduction A trend of great concern is the partnership of major consumer directory services with companies that compile so called public-records databases. Such databases compile records from a wide variety of government agencies, including courts, vital statistics departments, tax rolls, elections records, or agencies that regulate professional licenses. In addition, some companies also purchase data that is mined from questionnaires, applications for credit...
  • Threat To Privacy On The Internet
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    Internet Privacy The concern about privacy on the Internet is increasingly becoming an issue of international dispute.? Citizens are becoming concerned that the most intimate details of their daily lives are being monitored, searched and recorded.? (web) 81% of Net users are concerned about threats to their privacy while online. The greatest threat to privacy comes from the construction of e-commerce alone, and not from state agents. E-commerce is structured on the copy and trade of intimate per...
  • Similarities Between The And The Internet
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    Big Brother is Watching: Get Over It! In George Orwell's book, 1984, the very existence of every person is scrutinized by their form of government called the Party. The main character, Winston Smith, is constantly monitored throughout his daily life by the, "an oblong metal plaque like a dulled mirror" (1), placed strategically so that it can see and hear everything that is going on around him. In America society today we are seeing a movement that can be classified as "Orwellian" as it relates ...
  • Law About The Protection Of Privacy
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    It is just part of rules that some American private companies offer, there are many others rules which had been made and could be followed. But for Chinese industry there are less such industry moral principle to follow. In another aspect, only to take the way of self-regulation for industry, only to depend on the self-regulation of private detective company and the conscious of its employees, it is not enough obviously. So in America, the government still made several acts to restricted the ind...
  • 2001 Internet Privacy
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    Joseph Marsh Marsh 1 Ms. Spann English 101 April 01, 2001 Internet Privacy: Is the Internet Really Safe? With every generation, they bring with them a new invention, to advance us both technologically and scientifically, and thus make life better for us all. Technology, as defined in the New Lexicon Webster's Dictionary of the English Language, is 'the science of technical processes in a wide, though related field of knowledge". Technology, then can be anything as long as it helps us advance in ...
  • Internet Privacy And The Government
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    Introduction: - I have been using internet for the past five years. I have heard quite a lot about Credit Card Fraud's, Internet Privacy, etc but i never really thought it was true. I thought it was just some bunch of amateur's who didn't really knew how to use the internet. But just after i started thinking about the internet privacy for my easy. I found that this whole thing in reality was happening. Just two days before the spring break i got a phone call from NewYork Times and they said do y...
  • Method Of Computer Privacy
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    Ensuring Your Privacy "Privacy. There seems to be no legal issue today that cuts so wide a swath through conflicts confronting American society. From AIDS tests to wiretaps, polygraph tests to computerized data bases, the common denominator has been whether the right to privacy outweighs other concerns of society... ". Robert Ellis Smith, the Privacy Journal Computers have been a very instrumental technology that has greatly advanced the ways in which we now do things such as; business, daily ac...
  • Cyber Porn And Internet Privacy
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    Cyber Porn and Internet Privacy Two computer ethic controversies There are many controversial questions about computer issues today but there are many debates with cyber porn and internet privacy. The Internet is accessed by millions of people everyday, especially children. Cyber porn is all over the Internet and can be accessed by anyone from anywhere whether in school, home, or on the job. Internet privacy is an important issue because people are entitled to their privacy. Private information ...
  • Informational Privacy
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    Who Will Protect Them? The Internet has been shaping American society more than anticipated. From personal communications to public services, from trade to politics, the Internet is almost everywhere in our society. People are increasingly dependent on the Internet for their information and activities. While it brings enormous advantages to the society, the Internet also produces lots of concerns about privacy. Jacob Weisberg raises this ethical issue timely in the article "A Banner Year". Arist...
  • Violation Of Privacy
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    In this age of growing dependency on computers, and more specifically, the Internet, to accomplish daily tasks, personal privacy online has become an increasingly important issue. Internet users expect everything from the web sites they visit to the software they run not to infringe upon their privacy, which unfortunately is not always the case. The increasing frequency of these occurrences signifies a disturbing trend. In movies such as "The Net", "Enemy of the State" and "The Matrix", various ...

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