Internet Privacy : An Article Of The American Civil Liberties Union ( 2016 )

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Internet Privacy As an employee, what do we consider private? We can see everyone, including our co-workers, going through their daily routine, and its clear to spot that no one puts that much thought into the meaning of "privacy". Technology has been evolving ever since the first micro-chip, and with that, it gives people more of a free range to talk, share ideas and to even do their personal banking or finances across different platforms. On the front page of The American Civil Liberties Union (2016) about internet privacy, it states, "New technologies are making it easier for governments and corporations to learn the minutiae of our online activities. Corporations collect our information to sell to the highest bidder while an expanding surveillance apparatus and outdated privacy laws allow the government to monitor us like never before." We will be able to touch on all of this through the eyes of an employee as we look at 5 main aspects of internet privacy; Consumer Online Privacy, Social Networking Privacy, Cell Phone Privacy, Email Privacy and Cybersecurity all within one monumental case that is happening right before us; Apple vs FBI. We can see how they 're putting the customers privacy first and ethically trying to support the people. Consumer online privacy is the most criticized subsection of Internet Privacy. Since technology has advanced, we don’t just buy goods on the internet, we pay our bills such as; Cell phone, TV and Internet. It is the most criticized

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