Governments like the USA, China, and England should be able to have access to personal data that is only relevant to potential terrorist activities that are decided on by government officials that might occur in the future. These countries have worked to fix the problems caused by internet terrorism and even though these countries are very different in makeup and ideals they still are all working as individual countries to solve the worldwide problem. People are trying to find the solution like Patrick Tucker, a respected and reliable editor who has made a name for himself for bringing the truth to many different papers, who stated that the Militaries should come together and try a three-step plan created to help all computers tell if the information being put in is private or if the information is shareable and does not relate back to the user at all. The first step would be privacy for computing, then it would focus on human and digital interaction, and finally there would be experimental systems built to “provide the platforms on which to test these ideas in practice” (defenseone.com). Using this could help computers realize information that is personal and could stop it from getting out to the government if it is not going to cause any problems.
persons. They are the people the government tracks to see if anything suspicious comes in to the U.S.. The Obama administration said that “extensive procedures, specifically approved by the court, to ensure that only non-U.S. persons outside the U.S. are targeted, and that minimize the acquisition, retention and dissemination of incidentally acquired information about U.S. persons.”(citation). The government searching people without having a warrant. The government has many tools in looking into people's information but the government doesn't realize that it is violating the 4th amendment by using the resources they have in looking into suspected people and that's the reason why we cannot trust our information to be safe with the government either way.
If you are ever on the internet you will at some point, see Internet fraud. Some tips and ideas on how to avoid Internet fraud is don't justify a website by creative appearances. It may seem apparent, but customers need to keep in mind that just because something seems valid on the Internet - no matter how striking or professional the Web site looks - doesn't mean it's accurate. The availability of software that allows anyone, at small cost, to set up a professional eye-catching Web site means that scammers can make their Web sites look as striking as those of legitimate suppliers. Often scams come in the form of e-mail messages from someone you don't know asking you for personal information like Social Security Number, passwords, or Credit card information.
It is wonderful to have local news always updating on Facebook, but when fake new sources are sharing information, all it takes it one person to believe it. One person will share it until there are thousands of people reading an article about something that is not real or the most common case of fake news, something that started out as true, and afterwards was twisted with fake information to make it more appealing to the reader. From a recent article, “Facebook in particular came under attack for enabling fabricated news stories to circulate unchecked.” (“'Fake News' Becomes a More Recognized Phenomenon in Wake of 2016 Presidential Election."). All these unchecked sources led to untrue stories during the 2016 Presidential election on both sides of the party. The reason that fake news is believable, as worded by Hannah E. Spratt, “Fake news creators can be highly skilled in writing stories that will appeal to personal emotions and beliefs, starting with a grain of truth and building up fake stories that reinforce their suspicions, worries, or desires.” (Spratt).
From example, it can be concluded that they are far more beneficial to society than detrimental, and thus should be protected to the fullest extent of the law. Firstly, it should be known that the secrecy of government agencies unfortunately enables unethical or plainly criminal behavior. If not for whistleblowers, these behaviors would be invisible to the public eye. Most famously, a whistleblower was responsible for helping journalists piece together the infamous Watergate Scandal; “there was not enough evidence to connect the break-in to the Nixon administration until two young investigative reporters working for the Washington Post, Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein, started meeting secretly with a top government official they referred to only as Deep Throat” (Whistleblowers). Similar cases have also come to light in the past decade; “incident reports from the fields of battle in Iraq and Afghanistan often revealed that there were many more civilian casualties than those reported publicly by the army.
Technologies include electric fingerprints, retina scans, iris scans, hand geometry, and facial recognition. Before the Biometric era, most people only came across passwords, magnetic keys and magnetic-strip ID cards. Those mediums could be easily lost or stolen – which could have resulted into a breach in security of the location or information those gave access to. Stealing someone’s fingerprints, on the other hand, is extremely difficult and stealing other biometric indicators is quasi impossible. The use of biometrics to control access to nuclear power plants, banks, and other such locations benefits both the employer and the public.
The news on Trump withdrawal from Paris agreement is from a credible source and it’s not a joke. Considering the content in both the first news is in line with trending facts about the non-binding policy of nations in the Paris Agreement while the second cannot be related to any other data. For the second news, Snop.Com quickly established the news as a false while the first one has no such allegations from similar organizations. Fake news is becoming hard to distinguish because most individuals are busy and will accept news within the fastest time possible especially from the social networks. The acceptance of fake news will deteriorate democracy since propagandas will the basis of major political and economic
indicated that, there are two types of human beings who tend to cyberbully; “the socially active people and the socially inactive people.” According to Gabriel, the former may bully others because they see it as a way to protect their reputation and make them feel powerful. Many young people believe that some people cyberbully others for one (or more) of these mentioned reasons: “they think it’s funny” (81%); “they simply don’t like the person” (64%); “they view the victim as a loser” (45%). About six out of ten youngsters (58%) said the perpetrator “probably didn’t see the action as a big deal.” (National Crime Prevention Council, 2007) The reason of the latter maybe is that they think it is an opportunity to fit in with their peers and show that “they are not weak and that they are compatible with their surroundings.” The similarity between both kinds, surprisingly, is that “bullying also makes socially inactive people feel powerful.” (Gabriel
The first one is the system can help solve problems with domestic election systems such as lacking flexibility with respect to time frame. Also not all voters have a physical accessibility to the polling stations that can be the cause to prevent the voters or the citizens in casting their votes. The second reason for the interest in electronic voting solution, it is connected to the number of elections during the year. Many people do not usually want to visit polling stations very often. In this reason, it shows that electronic voting really benefits the people who are not able to go to polling stations and to those who do not want to visit the place (ŠILHAVÝ et al., date)
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