Internet Privacy - Jennifer ONeal XBIS 219 Internet Privacy...

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Unformatted text preview: Jennifer ONeal XBIS 219 Internet Privacy Checkpoint Accessing the internet at home, work, and in a public setting all have different Internet privacy expectations because of the limitations set by the administrator. When accessing the internet at home, the administrator is usually the person in which the internet is billed to. In this case, my internet is billed in my name, and therefore I set my privacy limitations. The Internet Service Provider (ISP) can prevent websites from being viewed if there is illegal content, but these are very rare circumstances, and it is mainly the person who is being billed whom sets the privacy settings. When accessing the internet at work, the limitations are stricter than they would be in the home setting. This is because most employers do not allow their employees to freely access the internet while working. There are some employers that have to have some of their employees accessing the internet, therefore they have internet with restrictions set that block off...
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This note was uploaded on 07/30/2011 for the course XBIS 219 taught by Professor Hann during the Spring '10 term at University of Phoenix.

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