CH 8


2.  what are the basic principles of ethics

  1. A just distribution of quality of life.
  2. The basic right of sentient beings
  3. The intrinsic value of biodiversity
  4. Restorative justice.
  5. The golden rule


5. If someone with a serious medical condition (the person is seriously ill and could die), they might not want to search the web about the illness as people can throw random information on the web that might make you more nervous, they might give wrong information making you think different. The person might not want their name out with their condition. One thing that can be done to protect the identity of the ill person is not logging into anything and have a random search. When this is done, nobody can see name on the search.


  1. Some of the information that website owners can get when you go to there website is what state you are in what your recent search history is, what he/she has bought in the last year online. They can also your accounts and get to your Facebook profile and find out more there if they wanted to.


10. What is GDPR?

GDPR is The General Data Protection Regulation. GDPR is a regulation in the EU law, for data protection and privacy created in April 2016. THE GDPR introduces new obligations to the data controllers.



Google's advanced search link, its safe search filtering options are a nice touch and can save you from bad websites. The pros and cons to the safe search is your search is restricted, so you wont get all the information if you didn't use the safe search. If continue using the safe search you will realize your searches will be safer from the restrictions so the safe search goes hand to hand with its limitations and its pros and cons overall a great add on for parents who are concerned with their kids searches.



 A company that is serious about their customers privacy needs to constantly update their software so hackers have less of a chance to succeed in stealing their information. A list of privacy protection for a companies website should include the following companies.

1 Total AV

2 Scan Guard

3 Avira

4 PC protect

5 McAfee


 These websites specialize in software protection and for my recommendation to save the users privacy. For my report I first visited amazon for their privacy agreements. Amazon's privacy only gives out search history this is one of the most common websites to be hacked but also one of the strongest securities, just so many people use amazon that it's hard not to be able to get a little luck as a hacker. The second website I visited was Ebay, and they have some of the worst privacy agreements and your card information is usually sent to an unknown source and can be copied. The next website I visited was Under Armour and they seem to have the best website securities and made it feel safe for all users. The last website I visited was Hollister and like under armour the security is generally the same but under armour seemed to be the best out of the four.