Intellectual Privacy and The Government

Okay does it bother you that the government my store records of what you clicked on when searching the internet for a class project for your online course?  What if it wasn’t the government at all, but advertisers?   The constitution protects each American from unreasonable searches and seizures, but it says nothing about private online data harvesters.   This article examines the concept of intellectual privacy.   “Intellectual privacy is about needing to have protections from being watched and interfered with when we’re making up our minds about the world.”

Posted in Online Classes.