1. How do you feel about spyware? Do you think this is a fundamentally unfair business practice, or do you think it's the consumer's responsibility to researach software using resources like SpyChecker? Do you think spyware is in the same category as cookies? Explain why or why not. How hard do you think consumers should work to protect their online privacy?
2. The Children online Policy act is to protect information about kids under the age of 13. Basically the act is there to tell the websites how to secure kids information, but they have to have parents permit. Yes I think the Children Online Policy Act is doing the job it is supposed to do. It protects children’s right online. The reason why I think so is because when anybody goes online, especially when it is a commercial. Those website always ask the users for identification and age verification to make sure that they are eligible to go on
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