The Privacy Debate
- Publish Date: 2021-03-24
- Covering Ages: 11 to 18 years
- Volume No.: 383
- Editor: Tracy Biram
- Replaces Issue: Vol. 317 Privacy
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Privacy is a fundamental human right. In modern society the capabilities to protect our privacy are greater than ever, yet, so are the capabilities to compromise that privacy. This book looks at the rise of surveillance technology, the ways in which privacy can be invaded without our knowledge and the laws created to protect us. It also examines the issue of ‘sharenting’ – breaching children’s privacy by posting photos of them on social media without their consent.
The information inside comes from a variety of sources, including newspapers, magazines, government reports and charity groups; providing different perspectives on challenging topics. At the end of the book is a selection of activities that will encourage interaction, literacy, critical thinking and independent research. Content is accessible and engaging, tailored primarily towards the 11 to 18 age group.
|Product Name||The Privacy Debate|
|Model Number||978 1 86168 841 5|
|Department||Crime and Justice|
Publish Date: 2021-03-24
Covering Ages: 11 to 18 years
Volume No.: 383
Editor: Tracy Biram
Replaces Issue: Vol. 317 Privacy
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