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Acknowledgements

Preface

I. Personal Information and Privacy Infringement

1. Privacy Among Employee’s Personal Lives

2. How Safe is Personal and Financial Data With Financial Institutions and Banks?

3. The Dangers of Credit Card Skimming In Restaurants

4. Employee Monitoring With GPS

5. Clubs, Bars, and the Driver’s License Scanning System

 

II. Consumer Privacy and Public Perception

6. Privacy and Casinos: What They Know about You

7. Who Is Watching Who?

8. The Anatomy of Identity Theft

9. How Might Radio Frequency Identification Affect Americans’ Lives in the Near Future

10. Biometric Face Scanning

III. Privacy on the Internet and Necessary Safeguards

11. Phishing: Don’t Take the Bait

12. Credit Cards and Online Fraud

13. Computer Consumer Safeguards: Are They Effective?

14. Online Predators & Child Protection: The Dangers of Growing Up on the Internet

IV. Impacts of Online Social Networks

15. How Much Do Prospective Employers Know About Applicants?

16. Online Profiling Based on “Friends” and Networks Introduction

17. Dangers of Social Networks to Student-Athletes

V. Privacy Impact of Government and Law Enforcement

18. Can You Hear Me Now?

19. Law Enforcement and Privacy

20. Protecting Privacy? The Case of Electronic Surveillance

21. Eyes in the Sky: Spying by Satellite

22. How Has HIPPA Ensured Consumers that Protected Health Information is Safe Under the New Technologically Oriented Guidelines?

23. All-In-One ID Cards


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