Edward Snowden Privacy

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Introduction
The actions undertaken of Edward Snowden, the well-known former NSA fugitive who had leak tons of sensitive information from National Security Agency, NSA since 2013 had left a catastrophic impact towards the citizens across the globe as people had been aware that personal privacy conducted on today’s technology communication channels are not truly encrypted, which it leads to the actions where citizens are “losing confidence and trust upon the local and international government especially NSA”(Schneier, 2013) towards monitoring and intercepting the day-to-day communications that invades the citizen’s privacy space.
As today’s world is entering a new state of global hyper-surveillance, personal privacy is a truly subjective area
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This is extremely vital in today’s digital domain era because having a legislature that could differentiate the application in public and privates sector allow individuals understand the overall scope of usage of the data protection act applied on both sectors to prevent individuals to engage with untrusted parties for providing sensitive information based on the consent disclosure prepared. The application of ECPA 1986 in the case Perkins v LinkedIn is centering in the private sector area because LinkedIn is a private corporation focusing on the commercial marketing purposes on today’s recruiter market that caused the lawsuits of hacking into plaintiff’s email accounts determined by the plaintiff explicitly. It’s not an intentional action for the defendant to conduct the e-mail account hacking activity since LinkedIn’s strategy is to further grow the social network which the plaintiff had been explicitly understood the terms and conditions upon signing up an account, where this is the drawback of ECPA 1986 that

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