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Internet Privacy By Eduard and Stephen What is internet privacy? Internet privacy involves the right or mandate of personal privacy concerning the storing, repurposing, and displaying of information pertaining to oneself via the Internet.

-When authorities are able to view your privacy, it is yet another step towards an orwellian world void of rights; while you may not be concerned with people reading your internet history, you would likely be concerned with people reading your private emails, Facebook messages and text messages without consent

-It would only get wors from there, and would strip us of the right to anonymity and security

- The internet for many people is a quiet place to escape stress.

- Knowing that someone is constantly monitoring and viewing whatever you are doing can make the internet a hostile and judging places. Why do people want internet privacy? How is our privacy revealed? Frequently asked questions... - What is internet privacy?
- How is our history online revealed?
- Why do people want internet privacy if there is
nothing for them to hide? Why is it important?
- How can I maximize my privacy online? Covering three ways through which one's internet history can be revealed - Social Networks (Facebook)
- Internet service providers (ISP)
- Search engines (Google) Search engines, In this case
GOOGLE. What is an IP address? - An Internet Protocol Address.

-A unique string of numbers separated by periods that identifies networks with which computers connect to the internet

-In the same sense that someone needs your mailing address to send you a letter, a remote computer needs your IP address to communicate with your computer.

- Your specific IP address can pinpoint your geographic location, but not your address or the street you live on. Internet Service Providers - An Internet Service Provider is a company offering and providing Internet access to the public using computer servers connected directly to the Internet.

- An example is Shaw Cable.

- All data transmitted to and from users must pass through the ISP. Thus, an ISP has the potential to observe users' activities on the Internet.

- Some ISP's, although they can access the information, will not release an individuals personal information and/or internet usage. - Search engines (Google) have the ability to track a user’s searches.

- Google searches are personalized. The item that is searched and the results that are shown remembers previous information that pertains to the individual.

- Google also filters advertisments to the individuals searches, and also the behaviour they exude on google search.

- Lastly, google also has the ability to locate an individuals geographical location by the IP address sent when searching on google. Facebook! - Facebook has pulled the plug on community voting relating privacy issues.
- Facebook has essentially become a worldwide photo identification database.
- Anything you put on Facebook is there FOREVER.
- Facebook customizes the advertisements based on your likes and hobbies on your profile.
- Any photo you post on Facebook, deleted or not, can be used by Facebook and given away to anyone who asks for it.
- You can contact Facebook and pay one dollar to message somebody that has you blocked. Google street view - Google maps is a big concern to an individuals privacy

- Released in the U.S. in 2007, only started blurring out liscense plates and faces in 2008.

- The technology for blurring out one's personal information is faulty and does not entirely ensure against accidental disclosure of identity and private property.

- Google has attempted to make it harder for people to report a problem in revealing personal information by disactivating "Why are you reporting this" button. Advertising strategies - Advertising strategies is the most obviouse way of systems giving away our personal information.

- Key Searches or behavioural patterns on the internet are always personalizing the advertisements seen on the sides of popular websites. How can I be more careful when it comes to Internet Privacy? - Before you enter any personal information onto a site, check the privacy policy.

- Before you post something on the internet, make sure you know that it will never be deleted and it will always be there. This includes Facebook, although it can be deleted, Facebook is still on the internet itself.

- Don't put too much personal information on websites.

- Be careful WHO you give personal information to. Maximising internet privacy includes protecting
your personal information online. Activity - Get in a group with someone who has facebook.
- Google > Take this lollipop > First link that pops up > Like on facebook (You can delete afterwards if you like) > Watch video.
- Optinal: Take this lollipop 2 (reaction video) More questions to ponder 1. How important is internet Privacy? Should we be more concerned about it?

(Keep in mind that the internet is becoming a bigger phenomenon every year, and people are depending on it more and more.) How far do you think internet
privacy will be taken in the
years to come?
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