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CYB 260 Module Two Activity Guidelines and Ru
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Privacy Case Study
Overview
A common skill for a cybersecurity analyst is the evaluation of cu
ent scholarly articles. Analyzing the findings within those articles develops skills that will help
protect data. Evaluating privacy laws and regulations helps the analyst form baselines for policies within organizations. Choose one of the following articles to
analyze for this assignment:
 Privacy, Notice, and Design
This article discusses the approach to the design of privacy policies and discusses how they might not have been designed in a way that is consumable.
 The Surveillance Gap: The Harms of Extreme Privacy and Data Marginalization
This article investigates the dangers of having too much privacy and existing in a surveillance gap.
 Privacy and Cybersecurity Lessons at the Intersection of the Internet of Things and Police Body-Worn Cameras
This article looks at police body-worn cameras as internet of things (IoT) devices and explores the cybersecurity concerns of privacy for the public.
Prompt
After reading your selected article, address the following critical elements:
I. Analyze the issues within the article related to privacy.
II. Describe the regulations or laws within the article that play a role in the protection of privacy.
III. Explain your opinions on the conclusion of the article. Consider these questions:
 Is the conclusion comprehensive?
 Do you agree with the conclusion?
 Are there areas that could be improved upon?
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Critical Elements Proficient (100%) Needs Improvement (70%) Not Evident (0%) Value
Issues Analyzes the issues within the article
elated to privacy
Addresses “Proficient” criteria, but
there are gaps in clarity, logic, or detail
Does not address critical element, or
esponse is i
elevant
30
Protection of Privacy Describes the regulations or laws within
the article that play a role in the
protection of privacy
Addresses “Proficient” criteria, but
there are gaps in clarity, logic, or detail
Does not address critical element, or
esponse is i
elevant
30
Conclusion Explains opinions on the conclusion of
the article
Addresses “Proficient” criteria, but
there are gaps in clarity, logic, or detail
Does not address critical element, or
esponse is i
elevant
30
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grammar, spelling, and organization and
is presented in a professional and easy-
to-read format
Submission has some e
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grammar, spelling, or organization that
negatively impact readability and
articulation of main ideas
Submission has critical e
ors related to
grammar, spelling, or organization that
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ABSTRACT
Design configures our relationship with a space, whether offline or online. In
particular, the design of built online environments can constrain our ability to understand
and respond to websites' data use practices or it can enhance agency by giving us control
over information. This Article is the first comprehensive theoretical and empirical
approach to the design of privacy policies.
Privacy policies today do not convey information in a way understandable to most
internet users. This is because they are created without the needs of real people in mind.
They are written by lawyers and for lawyers, and they ignore the way most of us make
disclosure decisions online. They also ignore the effects of design, aesthetics, and
presentation on
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Table of Contents
1.    Privacy related issues    3
2.    Laws for maintaining privacy    3
3.    Opinion on conclusion    3
1. Privacy related issues
The privacy is considered as the most important aspect in modern life. The selected article "Privacy, notice, and design" includes different privacy related issues in it and some of these privacy related issues described in this article are pointed underneath:
· The mishandling of information stored on different websites and other places is mainly described issue related to privacy in this...
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