Rhetorical Analysis Assignment

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Rhetorical Analysis of Professional Writing Introduction A rhetorical analysis assignment is investigating how the author presents his or her work to a certain group that he or she intended to present. Genre such as news and magazine has a lot of rhetorical analysis to a certain interest’s group. The document will be analyzed today written by Christine Bannan. She was a winner of 2016 Edelson PC Consumer Privacy Scholarship. She also a third year student at University of Notre Dame Law School. The article:” The IoT threat to privacy” published by TechCrunch in August 14th, 2016. In the modern world, technologies become essential to us. We connect everything to the internet, and Bannan discusses about the problem of having connected devices…show more content…
Through out Bannan’s writing, she establishes the problem with privacy policies from the company which have connected devices. She explains about that data being collected without the users’ agreement from the company. For example, she points out that, “most people do not read privacy policies for every device they buy or every app they download, and, even if they attempted to do so, most would be written in legal language unintelligible to the average consumer.” Which leads to her concern about exploitation of the company’s privacy…show more content…
She uses an example of the Department of Education which do not allow students to abuse the loophole. She explains, “The Department of Education prohibit the use of pre-dispute mandatory arbitration agreement by for-profit schools. “Therefore, it would apply the same for Federal Trade Commission, which should not allow the IoT’s company to use “pre-dispute mandatory arbitration agreement.” This gives her suggestion a strong support because it based on the regulation that already exist. By using comparison and contrast, the author promotes her
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