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Electronic data never goes away Holtzman provides background information on shared online data. He mentions that electronic data can never truly be deleted. One may press a “delete button,” but the data still remains on servers and can be retrieved. The book reads, “Files can be recovered from hard drives long after they’ve been erased, restored from backup tapes that no one knew existed, or plucked from relay network machines or catching servers. Easy to collect, cheap to store, and expensive to delete, our personal information accumulates in the world’s computers like orphaned socks or dusty old National Geographic’s in the garage” (Holtzman 63).
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Madden, Mary, Amanda Lenhart, Sandra Cortesi, Urs Gasser, Maeve Duggan, Aaron Smith, and Meredith Beaton. "Teens, Social Media, and Privacy." Pew Research Center: Internet, Science & Tech . 20 May 2013. Web. 25 Feb. 2017. Teenagers are the popular crowd on social media. This article includes various information on teenagers and social media usage. The article includes statistics on the amount of teenagers found on each social networking site. It is evident that more teenagers are using social media sites and sharing more about themselves today than ever before. This can be found when the article reads, “Teens are sharing more information about themselves on social media sites than they did in the past” (Madden, Lenhart, Cortesi, Gasser, Duggan, Smith, and Beaton). Today, teenagers share more information such as their cellphone number, their address, their family members, etc. [Useful to compare teenagers being oblivious to the dangers of information theft over the internet] McPeak, Agnieszka A. "Social Media, Smartphones, and Proportional Privacy in Civil Discovery." Kansas Law Review , vol. 64, no. 1, 15 Nov. 2015, pp. 237-242. EBSCO host , proxy.jjc.edu/login?url= ? direct=true&db=a 9h&AN=115175897&site=ehost-live&scope=site. 5 Mar. 2017. Personal information gathered from Social Media used in court decisions and civil cases McPeak describes how social media is used against individuals in court decisions and civil cases. Civil cases include family law, employment cases, personal injury suits, or procedural matters such as personal jurisdiction. He explains that any material posted online can be used against the victim thus, interfering with privacy. McPeak specially says, “Given the wealth of detailed information aggregated in a social media account, lawyers understandably seek out social media
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content as a potential source of evidence in litigation” (McPeak 237). This explains that personal information from social media is used as a “target,” to settle a case. McPeak includes examples of civil cases with social media being involved to settle that case. McPeak also mentions how a social networking site such as Facebook, can illustrate a person’s daily life.
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