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  • Outing One's Sexual Orientation
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    Richard Mohr believes that outing closeted homosexuals is morally justified. He argues that sexual orientation is not a private matter and therefore, does not violate a homosexual's right to privacy. He believes that outing will increase the homosexual community by creating positive role models. He argues that remaining in the closet is morally debasing and creates indignity to one's self. Claudia Card on the other hand, argues almost the complete opposite. She takes a utilitarian stance on outi...
  • Celebrities
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    Are Americans Obsessed with Celebrities Looking at both sides of the subject, I would probably agree that, we are as Americans are obsessed with celebrities. If you are attracted to a celebrity, who many of us do have someone that we try to be like, we will go to extremes in mimicking that celebrity. For instance, if that person happens to be extremely thin, then we may try to go on a diet. If it is taken to the foremost without supervision we may make ourselves sick by not eating right. Wrestli...
  • Example Of His Feelings About Privacy
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    Privacy Rights The privacy of the individual is the most important right. Without privacy, the democratic system that we know would not exist. Privacy is one of the fundamental values on which our country was founded. There are exceptions to privacy rights that are created by the need for defense and security. When our country was founded, privacy was not an issue. The villages then were small and close. Most people knew their neighbors and what was going on in the community. They did not have d...
  • Right Of Privacy For Contents
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    In this report I am going to talk about the rights people have to privacy and about the laws that go with privacy. Privacy is the thought that information that is confidential that is disclosed in a private place will not be available to third parties when the information would cause embarrassment or emotional distress to a person. The right of privacy is limited to people who are in a place that a person would reasonably expect to be private such as home, hotel room and even a telephone booth. ...
  • New Constitutional Right To Privacy
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    Griswold vs. Connecticut Estelle Griswold began her fight for contraception (birth control) in the 1940's. She traveled to different slums of the world and realized that these places were largely overpopulated. This sparked an interest in her. She believed that inadequate information about contraception was a major cause of human misery both abroad and even in segments of the Connecticut population. When she returned to New Haven, she joined the Planned Parenthood League and soon became its Exec...
  • Our Right To Privacy
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    Our country's fathers found themselves in a dilemma ratifying the Constitution. New York, one of the most powerful states, required a Bill of Rights be added before ratification. This was an incredible task for James Madison, the Father of the Constitution. Madison opposed enumerating a Bill of Rights for reasons expressed in the Ninth Amendment. Madison feared the listing of specific rights might be construed as the only rights citizens possessed. He was quite correct in his perception. Advance...
  • Monitor Individuals
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    After viewing Enemy of the State, one can not help but feel vulnerable to the technological advances of our government. However, most Americans find it difficult to believe that they are being watched by agents of the United States government. When Americans do accept that their privacy is being invaded, they assume that only the United States government, or rich and powerful companies are responsible, yet with todays technology your next door neighbor could be listening. Americans believe that ...
  • Employees With A Clear Internet Usage Policies
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    Introduction The Internet is an indispensable tool for employees, giving ready access to invaluable information. On the other hand, distractions loom large for employees given unfettered access to the Internet. The reality of the situation is that the Internet can consume a lot of work time by delivering anything a person wants to their desktop. This can lure employees into time-wasting surfing that leaves an organization with traffic congestion, decreased productivity and even potential legal i...
  • Right To Privacy In A Man's Home
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    In the United States Constitution and its subsequent amendments, there is in no place a reference to the so-called "Right to Privacy". But in several Supreme Court Cases, the judges have ruled in favor of a certain decision by stating that people of the United States have a "Right to Privacy". How do these judges make the conclusion that there is a right to privacy guaranteed in the constitution, when it is not specifically written? The answer is, that they imply the power based on several of th...
  • Right Of Privacy Permits Citizens
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    According to William Bier (Ed. ), Privacy, 1980, X. "Central to the right of human rights is the right to privacy" Because I agree with William Bier, I stand in firm negation that in the U.S. Judicial system, truth seeking ought not to take precedence over privileged communication. The value I will be upholding is privacy. This value should take significance in today's debate because according to Louis Brand is (Supreme Court Justice), In Philosophical Dimensions of Privacy, 1984, p. 186. "The m...

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