BIS/220 Version 1
April 9, 2010
Information Technology Acts Paper
Many laws have been implemented by Congress to protect the integrity of United States citizens. With this fast technology growth. Several of these laws are not even ten years old, especially some Information Technology Acts. As the nation grows, our laws grow just as fast. Information Technology is the “acquisition, processing, storage and dissemination of vocal, pictorial, textual and numerical information by a microelectronics-based combination of telecommunications and computing”. Includes various areas incluing, computer software and hardware, programming langueages and processes.
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S Government Programs add activities. If you are not authorized to access this system, disconnect now. Users of this system have no expectation of privacy. By continuing, you consent to your keystrokes and data content being monitored.” Children’s Protection Act, 2000 (CIPA).
At the rate that technology keeps growing and the way it influences our daily lives, our kids are put at risk, unknowingly, by using just about any device at home, at school, at the library, or now just about anywhere, especially with new devices that parents totally unaware of, such as MOBILE HOTSPOT from Verizon, which connects your Wi-Fi-enabled devices to the Internet by creating your own mobile hotspot. Anyone is able to access personal information through the World Wide Web nowadays. They can create a bogus name, etc., and be able to access sites that most young one hang out at, if I may.
Children’s Internet Protection Act, of 1998 was introduced to congress and signed by Bill Clinton in December of 2000.
This Act was put in place to allow parents greater access to monitor...