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Author: Roman Espejo
Publisher: Detroit : Greenhaven Press, ©2011.
Series: Opposing viewpoints series (Unnumbered)
Edition/Format:   Book : Secondary (senior high) school : EnglishView all editions and formats
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This volume explores the topic of privacy by presenting varied expert opinions that examine many of the different aspects that surround this issue including the Patriot Act, technology and privacy, medical records, and consumer rights.
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Material Type: Secondary (senior high) school
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Roman Espejo
ISBN: 9780737749847 9780737749854 0737749849 0737749857
OCLC Number: 595739093
Description: 235 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
Contents: pt. 1. Do counterterrorism measures infringe on privacy rights? --
Patriot Act surveillance powers protect Americans / John Yoo --
Patriot Act surveillance powers violate privacy / Los Angeles Times --
Laptop searches of travelers violate privacy / Ira Winkler --
Laptop searchers of travelers do not violate privacy / Jayson P. Ahern --
A national identity card would preserve privacy / Sandra Kay Miller --
A national identity card would compromise privacy / Becky Akers --
pt. 2. Do technological developments threaten privacy? --
Internet privacy can be protected / Simson Garfinkel --
Internet privacy is imperiled / Jonathan Shaw --
Public video surveillance can enhance safety / J. Richard Gray --
Public video surveillance can violate privacy / Glen W. Fewkes --
Electronic passports protect Americans / Security --
Electronic passports threaten privacy / Todd Lewan --
pt. 3. Is medical privacy adequately protected? --
Law enforcement DNA databanks can protect Americans / DNA Saves --
Law enforcement DNA databanks can threaten medical privacy / Karen J. Maschke --
Drug testing can protect students / National Institute on Drug Abuse --
Drug testing violates students' privacy / Jennifer Kern ... [et al.] --
pt. 4. How should privacy be protected? --
Military recruiters should be permitted to access students' information / Jody Feder --
Military recruiters should be barred from accessing students' information / David Goodman --
Consumer privacy on the Internet must be protected / Pamela Jones Harbour --
Tracking consumers on the Internet can be beneficial / Jessica Tsai --
Employee monitoring is necessary / Chris Petersen --
Employee monitoring can violate privacy / Bruce Gain.
Series Title: Opposing viewpoints series (Unnumbered)
Responsibility: Roman Espejo, book editor.

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This volume explores the topic of privacy by presenting varied expert opinions that examine many of the different aspects that surround this issue including the Patriot Act, technology and privacy, medical records, and consumer rights.

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