Vignette Rough Draft.docx - Kayla Simons History C184D Cathryn Carson Vignette Rough Draft As the realm of data science grows and becomes increasingly

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Kayla Simons History C184D Cathryn Carson April 17, 2019 Vignette Rough Draft As the realm of data science grows and becomes increasingly more all-encompassing, many problems, both expected and unexpected, have risen. Most commonly, problems stem from the core root of the data collection, analyzation, and communication process. Data security and surveillance is a major point of contention for individuals, communities, and corporations alike. Amongst these issues, a major problem of privacy and lawmaking prevails as an unexpected hurdle with huge effects. The way our society uses data and technology is rapidly changing all the time, and our law-makers and law-making process is not adept to move as quickly. Thus, we currently live in a world with many gray areas in today’s court system. In a multitude of Supreme Court cases, cases regarding search and seizure, ownership, and tracking exemplify the absence of laws about data collection and technology. Overall, through the growing pervasiveness of data collection, personalization, and analyzation in today’s society, gray areas in privacy and surveillance begin to expand leading to ethical issues in our everyday lives and US court system. While laws are a major issue with ever-increasing data collection, it is notable that there are some existing laws and precedents that provide guidance. For example, the Supreme Court often refers to the Fourth Amendment, no search and seizure without a warrant, when
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  • Spring '19
  • Supreme Court of the United States, Fourth Amendment to the United States Constitution

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