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Personal Encryption: Should We Permit It?
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[Enter name] [Enter professor’s name] [Enter Subject] [Enter Date] Personal Encryption: Should We Permit It? The era of capitalism and globalization has brought about phenomenal change in the flow of information around the world. This change took place with the explosion in information technologies that has been taking place in every facets of life at markedly rapid speeds.
Phenomenal growth, as well as dependence on computer-related services, has resulted to greater worldwide demand for- and use of computers. Computers and their connecting networks have rapidly become a dominant force in government, business, education, recreation, and in virtually all other aspects of society in the United States and worldwide. Thus, according to Cate, more data are more than ever being digitized and are made available in digital format (1). Digital information is also now significantly easier to access, store and change than analog and nondigital data. Sending and receiving digital information is also much easier, especially from one geographic location to another. To borrow from Inda and Rosaldo (8), such technological information in the time of globalization has brought about a seeming compression of our sense of time and space as communication systems have made remote encounters possible. Data generation is also increasing because of the ease and very low cost of doing so and also due to increased valuation of data in the growing information-based world. Particular physical transactions have also been lessened with data substitution (Cate 2). ...
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