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The Right to Privacy
Jessica Wilcox
103107608
July 29, 2012

Cyber Ethics – The Right to Privacy
Privacy is the right to be free from disturbance in one’s private life or private affairs. With the introduction of social networks privacy is now harder to achieve. People disclose personal information about themselves that they wish to share with friends and family that they wish to be kept private, but this does not always happen. As a user on a social networking page, you have the right to your own privacy settings which you can change and hide certain things from certain people. Even with this setting, privacy may still be at risk. Content on social networking sites have put people’s reputation, jobs, and much more at risk. Information on these sites is now being used as evidence in lawsuits and grounds for being fired or even being hired. People think that the information they disclose is their right to privacy, but it doesn’t seem like the case now a days. Since we have a right to privacy in about the information we share with family and friends in real space I think that we should have a right to privacy if we share this same information on Facebook or other places online such a Second Life.

Being able to share personal information with friends and family is a right, and we expect privacy while doing so. Privacy has become the most important human rights issue in this modern age. It underpins human dignity and other key values such as freedom of speech and association (Banisar & Davies). Since we are a democratic society we allow freedom of speech. With technology continuously growing, people now express their freedom of speech over the internet. People use social networking websites to express themselves and to share personal information about themselves with friends and family. Freedom of speech and privacy come hand in hand. If people are going to express themselves, if they feel they are getting the privacy... Show More

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