CYB_260_Module_2.docx - I unfortunately was “clickbaited” by the title of the article I chose to read I selected the “The Surveillance Gap The

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I unfortunately was “clickbaited” by the title of the article I chose to read. I selected the “The Surveillance Gap: The Harms of Extreme Privacy and Data Marginalization” article. This entire article rambles on for fifty-six painful mostly half pages of how only certain groups are in this “gap” loosely defined by the author. It actually has very little to do with privacy vs painting a portrait of how unfortunate the poor, non-heterosexual, or minorities are. I will attempt to discuss the relations to privacy, regulations and/or laws that play a role in protection of privacy, and my opinions on the conclusion contained inside this article. It is not until page 295 when we get contributions by Helen Nissenbaum do we start to see any talk about privacy and or security. Sadly, it is short lived by ending on page 296. Her position of “the right of privacy boils down to the right to appropriate information flows” 1 is hinted at. For this to make sense it must be broken down into parts. If our banker discusses out finances with our investor, this would be acceptable.
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