From time to time, people allege that we have created a government 'back door' into our systems, but google does not have a backdoor for the government to access private user data  [a]ny suggestion that google is disclosing information about our users' internet activity on such a scale is completely false. After the attacks of september 11, 2001, the government's authority to collect, keep, and share information about americans with little or no basis to suspect wrongdoing dramatically expanded. I think the government should only be allowed to our internet and computer data/history pedro september 17, 2013 9:44 am i see nice place and lots building i see there big black buildiing look like people who are rich person. On the other hand, cell phone gps data can only be acquired through more direct means—like a federal agency using its authority to compel a private company to reveal its users' data.
Security of our nation must remain top priority to our government and, so, monitoring suspicious individuals should be allowed the monitoring of suspicious individuals has provided our government with valuable intelligent information. Further, over half of respondents say the us government is not doing enough to protect their data, and almost 80 percent said there should be strong regulations governing how data brokers and. It's not so clear whether a car should count among those items, and whether public roadways and the data collected from gps devices attached to cars are subject to the same privacy expectations. The fbi has not been able to get access to any data on it for the administration, it was perhaps the perfect test case, one that put apple on the side of keeping secrets for a terrorist.
Normal procedures for erasing standard cookies, clearing history, erasing the cache, or choosing a delete private data option within the browser will not affect flash cookies flash cookies thus may persist despite user efforts to delete all cookies. But the problem with mass data collection isn't that those who have it can find out about any one individual's private life, it's that if you have enough data, you don't have to find out about any. I think even so-called private browsing could be explored by the government if they wanted accessnot sure about snap chats-does anyone know americans have little confidence that their data will remain private and secure—particularly when it comes to data collected by online advertisers.
1 prohibits most private employers from using lie detector tests under most situations 2 an employer may not require or even request a job applicant or employee to take a lie detector test, and an employee who refuses to take a lie detector test cannot suffer any retaliation. The federal government would be able to shoot down privately-owned drones if a federal aviation administration budget bill becomes law, nbc news reported the legislation would authorize the. Should you need to pursue legal action, know that us courts have a history of siding with the government in privacy disputes over data stored with third parties. A congressional survey in 1978, for instance, found that 20 percent of the criminal history records given out by the states went to private corporations and government agencies not involved in criminal justice.
It's time to face facts: google wants your data, but governments around the world want it more google has as much, if not more, data on you than your own government does google, as a private. This is a parody of nsagov and has not been approved, endorsed, or authorized by the national security agency or by any other us government agency much of this content was derived from news media, privacy groups, and government websites. And we would be the first to raise our hand and say if there are specific uses of data that are problematic, then the government should focus on those particular uses of data. News about surveillance of citizens by government, including commentary and archival articles published in the new york times.
Whether you don't mind companies or the government knowing all about your private life or still feel completely uneasy at the idea, we often gloss over exactly why your personal data is worth. Perhaps americans are blasé about the nsa's massive collection of our private data because president obama, congressional leaders, and intelligence officials insist that such surveillance is. The nsa's domestic spying program, known in official government documents as the president's surveillance program, (the program) was implemented by president george w bush shortly after the attacks on september 11, 2001.
The situation will only get worse if we don't take what we learn and insist - to the politicians who represent us and the companies we patronize - that the details of our lives are not theirs. As people have tried to make sense of the recent revelations about the government's mass data-collection efforts, one classic text is experiencing a spike in popularity: george orwell's 1984 has. The measure doesn't give the government any more powers to gather information on people than it already had, although with isps getting into the data-mining business, leblanc said, that's another. The government must not store data about innocent people for any lengthy period unless plate data has been flagged, retention periods should be measured in days or weeks, not months and certainly not years.