1. Mention and describe at least three technologies that allow an individual to research citizens' private data.
2. Discuss the advantages and disadvantages of public access to this information, both for the researchers and those who are being investigated.
3. Determine what measures citizens can take to protect private information or information they do not want to be disclosed.
4. Discuss a federal law that grants the federal government the legal right to make private information on U.S. citizens available to the public, and whether or not you agree with this law.
5. Determine whether there are electronic privacy laws that can prevent others from having access to private information as well as how effective they are.