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Category Archives: personal information
In the podcast, there is an example of that some companies use a personal picture to predict what the person looks like in the future; this event also happens in China. When I surfing online or using apps for chatting, this kind of advertisement will come up sometimes. Expect about your future appearance, there are […] Continue reading
First of all, to ensure the security of the computer operating system, install important and urgent patches, the operating system now has the function of automatically updating the patch, the system is often updated to ensure security. If the security of the operating system is not guaranteed, hackers or Trojans can easily obtain various private […] Continue reading
In the beginning of chapter 7, Singh makes several predictions about the future roles of the Internet, many of which are true now. It’s definitely true that the Internet has become a significant, if not the most popular medium for exchange, with a massive volume of transactions nowadays taking place solely online. Email has indeed […] Continue reading
In this essay, the author hopes that the threat-assessment teams use of the Students’ internet data or the daily behavior to verify does the student have a tendency to endanger the safety of the campus. Why don’t we start with the basic part of the problem, but stop them when they have turned students into dangerous people? The […] Continue reading
Taking a structuralist tactic, legal scholar Alan Westin argues that privacy is “the claim of individuals, groups, or institutions to determine for themselves when, how, and to what extent information about them is communicated to others,” (boyd, 59). With all of the definitions and specifics of privacy that dana boyd gives in Chapter Two of […] Continue reading