cited appropriately using standard mla style H u m a n i t i e s
Review these two files from Module 3: CIT 262 Privacy Fall 2020-1.pptx
and a “Privacy Means to Me CIT 262 Fall Final.pptx
Review what your classmates have presented on privacy and identity in these 2 documents to help with your analysis.
Instructions (Review the rubric)
Choose ONE topic as presented below.
Present both sides of the argument.
Choose and defend one side.
Use 3 ethical theories to support your side.
Cite at least 5 classmates (may support or refute your position). Use quotations as appropriate. Some presentations do not have a name. For these simply state unknown. Example citation: “My identity does not change whether I am online or in person.” (Identity Presentation, Murphy) or New technologies have the ability to spy on us even in our home (History of Privacy, Vizio TV, 2016, Murphy)
Find and use at least 2 peer-reviewed (also referred to as “scholarly”) sources; these must be cited appropriately using standard MLA style.
Prepare a professional display/discussion/presentation of your topic. You may use any method to present your side such as creating a Mindmap, PowerPoint presentation, Video, write a paper, write a news article, write a play, etc.
Privacy vs. Security
Protecting the privacy of U.S. citizens outweighs the importance of the knowledge that could be gained by collecting and studying information collected about those citizens. Privacy is more important than security.
The knowledge gained from the study of collected information outweighs the importance of the privacy of U.S. citizens. Security is more important than privacy.
Data collection through multiple means (loyalty cards, google, video store, etc.) can result in imperfect perception of an individual’s identity.
Data collection through multiple means (loyalty cards, google, video store, etc.) will not result in imperfect perception of an individual’s identity because it is just a reflection of their buying habits and interests.
Protection of Privacy
Changing events, technology and laws overtime has changed people’s ability to protect their individual privacy.
Changing events, technology and laws overtime has NOT changed people’s ability to protect their individual privacy.
Individuals who use free applications (email, google apps, Facebook, games, etc.) give up their right to privacy. They should assume that their information can be available to anyone.
Individuals still have some level of privacy. There are good ways to protect their privacy even while using free applications.