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    Discuss the concept of a "reasonable expectation of privacy”. In our textbook, it states, “The Constitution’s Fourth Amendment protection against an unreasonable search and seizure governs only the public sector workplace because the Constitution applies only to state action” (Hartman, 2014, p. 342). This is part of the Bill of Rights that must be followed by probable cause and respected by everyone. When I get on social media, sometimes I don’t recognize how long I’ve been on. If an employee is like me, then they might not want to be on during work hours if on for personal reasons. If they are only using social media for the purpose of building their business or employer, one must always consider what they say. This will avoid any problems…

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    Palm, Elin. "Privacy Expectations at Work—What Is Reasonable and Why?"Ethical Theory and Moral Practice 12.2 (2008): 201-15. Web. On August 25, 2008, Erlin Palm published “Privacy Expectatations at Work- What Is Reasonable and Why?” The article was first seen and published in the book “Ethical Theory and Moral Practice”. The piece dicusses the privacy rights and expectations that employees should have. The author declares that an employer’s policies may eliminate a just expectation of privacy,…

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    the company, so they were no longer able to post on social media using the business name. Law enforcement is also very restrictive when it comes to social media. I have a cousin who is a prison guard. She is restricted from using her real name on Facebook to protect her from inmates and their families who could find the guards and retaliate against them. I could see hospitals being another business that would want to avoid social media. This is to ensure that patients are not recorded in…

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    The fact that the yacht was named Privacy would not have an impact on the case because the name of the yacht is irrelevant and unimportant to the case. It would make a difference if the contract for building the yacht had a clause prohibiting the use of Woods’ likeness without his permission because it would boost his argument for breach of privacy. However, with or without a contract clause he could still sue Christensen Shipyards for using his name and likeness without his permission. 3.…

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    of Future Technology To Force Individuals To Comply to Mandatory Expectations Through examining the use of technology and how the idea of this futuristic practices and institutions influence the non-compliant convicts. In Bitch Planet the theory of a panopticon, transparency; holographic and artificially intelligent technology create an unruly prison that is constantly under surveillance. Focusing on the corruption in future technology and how it affects individuals that are susceptible…

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    Since the horrific events of September 11 2001, the Congress has passed the Patriot Act and approved by the Senate and the House of Representatives. But on October 26, when the President Bush signed the Act, no House of Representatives or the Senate reports this. The extensive terrorist attack may be decreased, but the Patriot Act still have false charge and still be accused of dangerous rise of the government surveillance. It’s true that the Patriot Act has acted to violate privacy…

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    Post 9/11 Privacy

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    Post 9/11 Privacy Prior the terrorist events that took place on September 11 (9/11), privacy was of minimal concern to most people. Of course they were concerned about identity theft and credit scores, but that paled in comparison to the fear that was generated by events on 9/11, which opened the gateway for new levels of privacy encroachments and examination that many are not comfortable with in their day-to-day lives. Ultimately, the argument comes down to whether people are for or against…

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    Many users on the internet distrust communication, sharing, and storing in fear of government surveillance. Many cannot express their will freely because they are aware the government will be supervising their data. If people know that there is a government data base that records information and stores every search or call, this poses a chilling effect for their free speech. The large amounts of data removes a person’s ability to move on from past experiences if it can be recalled (Schneier…

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    Big Brother Is Legally Watching: An Insight Into Workplace Surveilance Abstract The paper is a brief insight into electronic surveillance in the workplace. It focuses on what video surveillance is; and what methods are used, such as monitoring phone usage, video surveillance, monitoring email, internet usage, GPS surveillance of company vehicles and cell phones; and why these methods are adopted within the workplace. It also focuses on the legal risk of electronic surveillance with the…

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    The phrase “low expectations” usually has a negative connotation. This makes sense, because people have associated low expectations with unhappiness and failure. This is not always the case, however; sometimes having low expectations can be viewed as pleasant and helpful, whereas having high expectations can cause disappointment. Even William Shakespeare once said that expectations are the root of heartache. Lowering expectations can positively impact happiness by changing one’s outlook on life,…

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