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Properties Protected by Privacy Laws, Part 2

Privacy Rights, Lesson 4

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Properties Protected by Privacy Laws, Part 2: Privacy Rights, Lesson 4

We continue to probe and examine different types of properties, and attempt to prove their respective status relating to privacy.
Privacy Rights Lesson 4
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Talmud, Privacy; Confidentiality

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Anonymous January 16, 2014

Anologi to internettactivity Than you for sharing. Spescially in this times when people think that at soon as you claim some personal and private space you are wanting to do illigal things! I wonder how the rules would be adjusted to modern life. Often one has to accept quite big claimes from third party you have to give them the right to use coocies etc on activity on the internet. As more and more of private activities is done on the net, like giving charity, using ones own bankaccount, listening to personal preferred teachings etc, If one are to apply this teachings on modern times, how will they be? I look forward to balanced rules about conditions on the net! F instance: There are only one way to log into my netbank, to get access to my bank I have to press OK on a button that gives the program Jave access to everything in my computer, inclusive my microfone! I I understand the need of certain protection, but up to a certain limite, not an unreasonable one. Any anologies? Reply

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