Thursday, September 24, 2020

Social Networking And Bill Of Rights [Infographic]

Online Privacy Bills are on a huge hype since last year. People are becoming  digitally enhanced with their fast and easy to use gadgets, sharing personal content among blogs, and social media websites. On the other hand, Employers, educational institutions, police, and public agencies are requesting information from these websites to learn more. Is this the privacy we all expect!? Requesting personal information would be just like asking someone to read off their personal email. And everyone would say ‘Nay” to it.

This infographic presented by Background Check, looks at the overall social networking and bill of rights agenda. Get to know about the legal consequences and what bill of rights is about!. (click image to enlarge).

Via: Online Background Check Resource

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