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What rights to privacy do people have when using the Internet at home? Are there limits to their privacy rights? Do those same rights and limits exist at work? Explain your answer.

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We may assume that the same laws or societal rules that protect your privacy in the physical world apply to the digital world as well. But the Internet remains largely unregulated and the policies governing it underdeveloped. As you continue to embrace the technology it is important to be aware that in many ways it is still uncharted territory.

Each computer connected to the Internet, including yours, has a unique address, known as an IP address (Internet Protocol address). It takes the form of four sets of numbers separated by dots, for example: 123.45.67.890. It's that number that actually allows you to send and receive information over the ...

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What rights to privacy do people have when using the Internet at home? Are there limits to their privacy rights? Do those same rights and limits exist at work? Explain your answer.

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