Analysis Of Oryx And Crake By Margaret Atwood

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The constitutional right to privacy protects the liberty of people to make certain crucial decisions regarding their well-being without government coercion, intimidation, or interference. The federal constitution guarantees the right of individuals to make these decisions according to their own conscience and beliefs, from the Encyclopedia-Rights of privacy rights. Furthermore, on the same website it also states that people have a right to make personal decisions regarding intimate matters; under common law, the right of people to lead their lives in a manner that is reasonably secluded from public scrutiny, whether such comes from a neighbor’s prying eyes or investigator’s eavesdropping ear, and in statutory law, the right of people to be …show more content…

The most common reason why thieves steal other people’s identities is for financial gain, but recently people have also began stealing photos from social media accounts and creating fake online profiles and you can not call anyone for this situation. People can steal your photos and pretend to be you all they want and there is nothing you can do about it because this technically not a crime. Many people are affected by this type of I.D theft with foreign money scams, reputations being ruined, fake online dating profiles, being humiliated for someone’s personal amusement, and worst of all being kidnapped or killed by someone you had been talking to online but in reality is someone else. Thieves are not only people you need to worry about invading our privacy. Companies and Corporations have also been invading our privacy. Companies and Corporations have spied on us by collecting data from our online shopping habits, private emails, browser history, and even from what we watch on our televisions. In an online article by CNN it revealed that companies have been collecting and selling data without customers consent: “The collection of data is a three hundred billion-a-year industry and employs three million people in the U.S”. Recently, a number of companies have been exposed for collecting and selling data on

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