WHEN USING SOCIAL MEDIA THROUGH A PUBLIC FORUM, DOES THE USER GIVE UP HIS OR HER RIGHTS TO PRIVACY, OR CAN THE USER REASONABLY EXPECT THAT SOME DEGREE OR PRIVACY CAN AND SHOULD STILL BE MAINTAINED?

WHEN USING SOCIAL MEDIA THROUGH A PUBLIC FORUM, DOES THE USER GIVE UP HIS OR HER RIGHTS TO PRIVACY, OR CAN THE USER REASONABLY EXPECT THAT SOME DEGREE OR PRIVACY CAN AND SHOULD STILL BE MAINTAINED?

 Just like a song has a melody around which everything else revolves, so does a reading passage. The melody of a reading is called the main idea. This week’s Discussion prompt is designed to build your skill in locating and responding to the main idea of a reading selection
Social Media and Privacy- Consider these questions about social media and privacy: Have you experienced an example of social media going too far, perhaps a posting you thought should not have been shared in this medium? What are the appropriate boundaries, if any, of social media usage? When using social media through a public forum, does the user give up his or her rights to privacy, or can the user reasonably expect that some degree or privacy can and should still be maintained? Consider any one of the articles on social media and privacy. Write a 250-word persuasive paragraph in support of or opposition to Internet privacy.
 

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