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Maria is an attorney who specializes in issues of privacy. She advises clients on the application of encryption methods, secure transmission of data, data protection overseas, etc. She counsels corporate clients on their rights concerning information and data related to disgruntled or terminated employees, and company rights bearing on examination of employee-used laptops and other devices. On corporate-owned devices, including phones and tablets, users can have absolutely no expectation of privacy. The firm can monitor and track all employee communications—work-related and personal—and look at all of their data at will. Because of Maria’s expertise in this area, her friends and family come to her with their personal privacy concerns as well. Her friends hear about current scandals and stories in the news, such as the recent Edward Snowden case, about search engines like DuckDuckGo and browsers like Tor, and ask Maria’s professional opinion of these events. Although she advises them to maintain their privacy to as great an extent as possible, she also admits that the open nature of the Internet is mechanically somewhat antithetical to the maintenance of total privacy.
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Wire, Philip Bump, “How Big Is the NSA Police State, Really?” www.thewire.com/national/2013/06/nsa-datacenters-size-analysis/66100/, June 11, 2013.
Washington Post, Barton Gellman and Ashkan Soltani, “NSA Infiltrates Links to Yahoo, Google Data Centers Worldwide, Snowden Documents Say,” www.washingtonpost.com/world/national-security/nsa-infiltrates-links-to-yahoo-google-data-centers-worldwide-snowden-documents-say/2013/10/30/e51d661e-4166-11e3-8b74-d89d714ca4dd_story.html, October 30, 2013.
New York Times, Vindu Goel, “Facebook to Let Users Alter Their Ad Profiles,” www.nytimes.com/2014/06/13/technology/facebook-to-let-users-alter-their-ad-profiles.html?_r=1, June 12, 2014.
Wall Street Journal, Jack Marshall, “Do Consumers Really Want Targeted Ads?” http://blogs.wsj.com/cmo/2014/04/17/do-consumers-really-want-targeted-ads/, April 17, 2014.
American Bar Association, Diane Vaksdal Smith and Jacob Burg, “What Are the Limits of Employee Privacy?” www.americanbar.org/publications/gp_solo/2012/november_december2012privacyandconfidentiality/what_are_limits_employee_privacy.html, November/December 2012.
Wolters Kluwer Employment Law Daily, Ron Miller, “Employees Have No Reasonable Expectation to Privacy for Materials Viewed or Stored on Employer-Owned Computers or Servers,” www.employmentlawdaily.com/index.php/2011/11/24/employees-have-no-reasonable-expectation-to-privacy-for-materials-viewed-or-stored-on-employer-owned-computers-or-servers/, November 24, 2011.
Wired, Andy Greenberg, “The Ultra-Simple App That Lets Anyone Encrypt Anything,” www.wired.com/2014/07/minilock-simple-encryption/, July 3, 2014.
Windows, http://windows.microsoft.com/en-GB/windows-live/code-of-conduct, April 2009.
Ars Technia, Cyrus Farivar, “Report: Rare Leaked NSA Source Code Reveals Tor Servers Targeted,” http://arstechnica.com/tech-policy/2014/07/report-rare-leaked-nsa-source-code-reveals-tor-servers-targeted/, July 3, 2014.
New York Times, Nicole Perlroth, Jeff Larson, and Scott Shane, “N.S.A. Able to Foil Basic Safeguards of Privacy on Web,” www.nytimes.com/2013/09/06/us/nsa-foils-much-internet-encryption.html?ref=us, September 5, 2013.
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