In this course, you will :
- The basic function of cellular telephone networks, WiFi, and other networking technologies.
- The evolution of privacy rights through the U.S. constitution's 4th amendment, particularly as applied to content and context surveillance.
- Types of cryptography used to secure wired and wireless networks.
- The implications of different forms of surveillance and their impact on an individual's privacy in society.
- Contemporary surveillance and security decisions/laws.
- How to apply ethical thinking and judgment to a wide range of privacy and surveillance situations.
- The impact of using complex and powerful technologies to collect personal data on individuals, corporations, markets, and societies.