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Unformatted text preview: My privacy depends on where I am accessing the Internet differs depending on where I am. It is obvious that I am not going to have the same privacy at home and at work. I have worked in places that I was able to use the Internet. Some websites are blocked so that employees do not access certain information that would compromise federal laws and regulations. They also blocked websites such as Facebook, My Space, and other websites like these. For example, I work for Chase Bank and certain financial web sites are restricted to employees because of the risk of federal regulations being compromised. Employees have access to social security numbers, account numbers, and other personal information. If certain rules and laws are violated, we could lose our jobs. If I am at home surfing the Internet I do not have to worry about who is watching or monitoring my web activity. Even though I feel safe surfing the Internet at home there is a chance that the government is watching the websites I visit they can...
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This note was uploaded on 03/05/2011 for the course BIS 219 taught by Professor Chin during the Spring '10 term at University of Phoenix.
- Spring '10
- Business Information Systems