Get help with any kind of assignment - from a high school essay to a PhD dissertation
Protecting the Privacy of Individuals on the Internet Over the past decade the world has gotten considerably smaller because of this electronic communication the world wide web has fostered. While this promotes business and international relationships, issues arise concerning the security of individuals' personal details. Many nations around the world have developed privacy policies and laws protect an individual's data in the domain of digital communication. Universal enforcement becomes complicated since the world wide web isn't restricted to a nation; it is worldwide. As a result, concerns arise regarding the compatibility of different nations' privacy policies. This paper will discuss the present legislation set up for various major countries1, the existing conflicts between these states' policies and the implications that these conflicts hold to the protection of privacy online. To begin, consider how nations manage the solitude of people in general, not exclusively in the digital environment. Most countries around the world protect someone's right to privacy in some respects, since "privacy is a fundamental human right that has become one of the most important human rights of the modern age"2. Definitions for solitude vary according to context and environment. By way of instance, from the United States Justice Louis Brandeis defined privacy as the "right to be left alone"3. In the United Kingdom, solitude is "the right of an individual to be protected against intrusion into his personal life or affairsby direct physical means or by publication of information"4. Australian legislation says that "privacy is a fundamental human right and the reasonable expectation of each individual"5. No matter varying definitio...