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Journalism & Communication
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Student’s Name: Course Name: Professor’s Name: Date of Submission: “The End of Privacy” Internet facility has made accessibility of information easy for the average internet user. Hence, global communication entails e-mails, virtual chat rooms, search engines, virtual shopping websites, social media networks, blogs and many more.
The authorities have been involved in securing and establishing policies to minimize incremental advantages from such information. However, the ambivalence one experiences due to advance technology is quite right. Such technological tools do advent human kind, but they are also a main reason to erode personal privacy (Tavani, 162). Surveillance cameras, sensors, recording devices, monitors have the capability to store large amount of data. These day to day technological tools may seem inevitable due to the ease and security they have produced for the mankind, but they have also posed a threat towards the civil liberty and personal privacy of many. Although, violation of internet privacy is not an easy task, but hackers all around the world have obtain techniques to extract encrypted and encoded data. However, these technological shortcomings can only be resolved by the same mean (Buchanan,817). However, there are two main concerning aspects which USA government is trying to resolve to its best. The obtainment of personal information by FBI for national security purposes and the emphasis individuals are exerting on the privacy of their information. Another security concern is possessed by the World Wide Websites through their ‘tracking cookies’, which get stored on the hard drive and extract personal information of the user (Dubrawsky, 38). ...
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