What rights to privacy do people have when using the Internet at home? Are their privacy rights limited? Do those same rights and limits exist at work? Explain your answer.
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What does the privacy means?
According to the dictionary, privacy means the quality or condition of being secluded from the presence or view of others.
or the state of being free from unsanctioned intrusion.
It just means the quality or state of being apart from company or observation. Its how you are going to hold your own assets, it may be your knowledge, your life, your information in seclusion from other people, government and other foreign elements, which you do not intend to do. It's always your own approach how you define privacy and the limits of privacy. Sometimes which can be done in public by some people can be private for another. Mainly the privacy seems to be stopping other foreign elements from accessing the information quality or condition that he can use to harm you in some way or the other. So privacy aims at stopping such elements from doing so .First of all, its your duty to preserve your privacy by taking preventionary measures. Secondly you must be kept yourself update of the method that the eavesdroppers could be using in order to breach your privacy. Thirdly, you must be aware of the government laws that provide to you the weapon to fight against the privacy. But here we are concerned mostly with the informational privacy. It's a digital world and someone can use your information to harm you in one way or the other.
Earlier people used spys to obtain information about you and use that information against you. In these days most of your information is present in the digital form on the internet. This information is the assets of the private company that hold your information on the ...
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