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Part VIII - Public Policy and Other Considerations - Chapter 69 - Privacy in Cyberspace: U.S. and European Perspectives - Computer Security Handbook

Part VIII - Public Policy and Other Considerations - Chapter 70 - Anonymity and Identity in Cyberspace - Computer Security Handbook

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Article - The terms of anonymity: An interview with Marit Hansen, German data protection expert. Ephemera, 17(2), 421-430. Retrieved August 20, 2017 from https://search-proquest-com.ezproxy1.apus.edu/docview/1919407740?accountid=8289 

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1. Identify and describe four ways in which the privacy threats posed by cyber technology differ from those posed by earlier technologies? 

2. Can a person claim privacy rights when they use social networking sites such as Facebook and Twitter? Why is this difficult to define?  Can there be such a thing a privacy on the Internet?  

3. When investigating a computer crime why is it necessary to have a warrant?  What can potentially happen if a warrant is not issued?  Research a recent case in reference to search and seizure of computer evidence. Please describe the case in

detail. Do you agree with the ruling? 

4. How is the Fourth Amendment applied to computer investigations?  What problems might arise because of this Amendment? 


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1. Through the use of currently available online tools and search facilities, ordinary users can easily acquire personal information about us that we ourselves might have had no idea is publicly available there. Does this use of search engines threaten the privacy of ordinary people? When answering be sure to think about the consequences of using social media.

2. We are now living in the world of the "Internet of Things". Discuss privacy issues and threats surrounding this topic. Please give examples to support your answers.]

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