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Running head: INTERNET PRIVACY 1 Internet Privacy Darrell Dannelley XBIS/219 August 12, 2011 Dr. Shawn M. Rieder
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INTERNET PRIVACY 2 Internet Privacy Today Internet access is available everywhere, home, work, and many public places such as library computers, or a Wi-Fi hot spot at a coffee shop. With this access comes the problem of keeping information private and secure. The Internet is used for many tasks. The Internet used for communicating, surfing the web, paying bills, shopping, working, and many more task. Most Internet users are responsible and ethical with their computer use. Dishonest or unmoral users make it so others have to be cautious of their usage. Internet usage at a workplace is far from private. Most company’s computer usage is monitored, along with the security measures of firewalls and antivirus software. This software along with intranet makes the information on these computers much more secure and safe. Home Internet has some privacy, although all Internet activity can be monitored by the
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This note was uploaded on 10/15/2011 for the course XBIS219 XBIS219 taught by Professor Reider during the Spring '10 term at University of Phoenix.

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