Essay about Ethics in Domestic Surviellance

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Ethics in Domestic Surveillance SOC 120 Introduction Ethics and Social Responsibility Instructor: Dr. David Jung March 31, 2014

If there is an issue that needs more attention it is the practice of governmental domestic surveillance. This would be the practice of the National Security Agency also known as the NSA for using strategies that are clearly breaking each citizen's civil rights. With the advancement of technology the National Security Agency has enlarged the amount of scrutiny
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The main observation is the lack of uniform and connected operation against worldwide surveillance practices. It is not to say that it will not occur, but there have been assorted effective trials to control data usage in various frames of reference through data protection laws; through discretionary codes and recommendations for groups of professionals; and supporting this with technical knowledge. These procedures largely exist to safeguard particular privacy: on a much bigger scale of activity and authority is not in affirmation. When there is a breach of information a company sends out a letter saying that they are sorry for any inconvenience that you may or may not have been affected by because of our data breach. Please be aware of the possibility of others getting your information and take all the possible precautions that you need to in order to be safe. In an older time the individual was responsible for maintaining their data or records and some governmental agencies, and if there were records that came up missing someone would have had to physically steal them (which does still happen every so often). Many of the commercial uses are programs that you opt into in order to gain a discount or to use a service. Others are much more difficult to opt out of or even for

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