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  • Whithin some limits

    We have the right to privacy, but even then, there should be some limits on how much when it comes to computer use. I don't think our every keystroke should be fair game, but in instances of child pornography or when someone's researching how to make a bomb, there shouldn't be too much expectation of privacy when the user could do so much harm.

  • Home computer users be able to assume a right to privacy.

    Home computer users should be able to assume a right to privacy. Having the right to privacy is a fundamental right, if home computer owners are denied this right it would lead to a dangerous situation. The public having access to an individuals privacy might lead to misuse of information and personal harm.

  • Yes, home computer users should be able to assume a right to privacy.

    The right to privacy is a fundamental right that most Americans, and many people in the rest of the world take for granted. It is one of the things that Western civilization was founded on. Taking away that right would induce a police state much like the one expressed in George Orwell's 1984.

  • No they cannot assume

    Privacy can be breached even on home computers, Even the microphones and web cameras of home computers cannot be deemed as protected, Intruders can always find ways to get into your system and get access to all these accessories. It is always best to be alert and ensure that privacy is protected


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