Digital Rights and Privacy

At this point, it is almost impossible to avoid having a digital footprint. Social media, streaming websites, navigation applications, online shopping websites, and search engines generate a large amount of data about users' digital habits. Tech companies have used this data to “optimize” their products and allow them to better predict users' behaviors, but the collection and use of data has raised new questions about the right to digital privacy. The rise of the internet and social media has also caused concerns about the type of content that should be made available and whether tech companies or the government have a responsibility and legal right to control it.

Library Bound Book List: $50.43 / S&L: $40.34
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Reading Level: 10-12+

Interest Level: 9-12+

Product type: Library Bound Book
ISBN: 978-1-5345-0954-2
Copyright: 2024
Language: English

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