ISS220_Dowell_Week3_Assessment.pptx

The privacy laws of many industrialized nations which

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the privacy laws of many industrialized nations, which protect all personal data in an omnibus fashion, privacy law in the United States is sectoral, with different laws regulating different industries and economic sectors.” (Solove & Hartzog, 2014). Our privacy might not be secure after all. This Photo by Unknown Author is licensed under CC BY-NC-ND
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Future of O ur Privacy This is the list that I feel will be relevant to better our future for our privacy that goes hand in hand with our national security: Stricter control means to protect our own privacy along with national security privacy. For example, with more litigation enforcement, it should help increase security for our privacy. Better privacy policy from companies with more transparency and integrity, banning them from dirty practices of olden days. Eliminate unnecessary information hoarding to reduce hacker’s ability to acquire certain information on individuals which is hacking into our national security of our citizens. Our future does seem unsecure at this point with the way hackers continuously able to hack into our personal life to steal our identities to access the means that are only available to our own citizens. Once there is a better enforcement in place, all of that can be reduced. This Photo by Unknown Author is licensed under CC BY-SA
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W hat is National Security? “National security is a corporate term covering both national defense and foreign relations of the U.S. It refers to the protection of a nation from attack or other danger by holding adequate armed forces and guarding state secrets. The term national security encompasses within it economic security, monetary security, energy security, environmental security, military security, political security and security of energy and natural resources. Specifically, national security means a circumstance that exists as a result
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  • Winter '16
  • kimberly fields
  • National security, National Security Law, Unknown Author

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