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 ·         Question 1

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Which of the following statements is true regarding the protection of personal data?

     

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Most companies attempt to protect personal data.

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One overarching federal law mandates how personal data should be protected.

 

There are no industry-specific laws that deal with how personal data should be protected.

 

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Most companies attempt to protect personal data.

 

Most companies are negligent in how they protect personal data.

     

·         Question 2

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The purpose of the Electronic Frontier Foundation is to:

     

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defend free speech, privacy, innovation, and consumer rights.

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defend free speech, privacy, innovation, and consumer rights.

 

pass federal legislation that protects individuals’ personal information.

 

provide risk assessments for organizations regarding the vulnerability of personal information.

 

support the election of representatives who demand that companies protect personal information.

     

·         Question 3

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One of the missions of the Electronic Frontier Foundation is to:

     

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monitor how well companies guard personal data.

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estimate the value of personal data.

 

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monitor how well companies guard personal data.

 

evaluate the effectiveness of IT departments.

 

assess the vulnerabilities of personal data within the federal government.

     

·         Question 4

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The Electronic Frontier Foundation is a(n):

     

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nonprofit organization.

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government agency.

 

publicly owned software developer.

 

stock-exchange-listed telecommunications company.

 

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nonprofit organization.

     

·         Question 5

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In the lab, you read that when freedoms in the networked world come under attack, Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) is the:

     

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first line of defense.

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first line of defense.

 

public’s attack dog.

 

people’s champion.

 

organization of last resort.

     

·         Question 6

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The Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) was founded in:

     

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1990—prior to the Internet.

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1990—prior to the Internet.

 

2001—in response to the attacks of September 11, 2001.

 

2007—in response to the economic recession.

 

2008—after the election of Barack Obama.

     

·         Question 7

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The Electronic Frontier Foundation champions the public interest in critical battles affecting:

     

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digital rights.

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financial information.

 

protected health information (PHI).

 

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digital rights.

 

intellectual property.

     

·         Question 8

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The Electronic Frontier Foundation fights for freedom primarily in:

     

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the courts, by bringing and defending lawsuits.

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corporate boardrooms, by pressing for more accountability.

 

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the courts, by bringing and defending lawsuits.

 

the press, by bringing attention to fraud and noncompliance.

 

the chambers of the U.S Congress, by proposing appropriate legislation.

     

·         Question 9

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The Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) can mobilize more than 61,000 concerned citizens through its __________, in order to beat back bad legislation.

     

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Action Center

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Law Bureau

 

Litigation Office

 

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Action Center

 

Central Agency

     

·         Question 10

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The Electronic Frontier Foundation advises policymakers and educates:

     

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the press and public.

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the President of the United States.

 

IT departments.

 

corporate leaders.

 

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the press and public.

     

·         Question 11

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Two-thirds of the Electronic Frontier Foundation’s budget comes from:

     

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individual donors.

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the federal government.

 

state governments.

 

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individual donors.

 

corporate donors.

     

·         Question 12

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The Electronic Frontier Foundation filed a class-action lawsuit against AT&T, accusing the telecom firm of violating the law and the privacy of its customers by collaborating with the National Security Agency to:

     

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wiretap and data-mine Americans’ communications.

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wiretap and data-mine Americans’ communications.

 

eavesdrop on sensitive defense-related communications.

 

undermine corporate security initiatives.

 

steal consumers’ personal information for profit motives.

     

·         Question 13

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In all, the Electronic Frontier Foundation filed approximately __________ cases against a variety of telecommunications companies.

     

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40

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10

 

20

 

25

 

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40

     

·         Question 14

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Evidence in the case against AT&T showed that AT&T:

     

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routed copies of Internet traffic to a secret room controlled by the National Security Agency.

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routed copies of Internet traffic to a secret room controlled by the National Security Agency.

 

accidently sent hundreds of thousands of e-mail messages to the National Security Agency.

 

assigned customer service agents to monitor National Security Agency correspondence.

 

employed National Security Agency personnel to spy on AT&T customers.

     

·         Question 15

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What was the outcome of the Hepting v. AT&T case?

     

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A federal judge dismissed the case, ruling that the companies had immunity from liability.

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A federal judge upheld the case, ruling that the companies were liable and required to pay damages.

 

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A federal judge dismissed the case, ruling that the companies had immunity from liability.

 

The case was tried in several different state courts and the rulings differed by state.

 

The Supreme Court ruled that the companies should refrain from similar acts in the future.

     

·         Question 16

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The Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act Amendments Act (FISAAA) allows the attorney general to require the dismissal of the lawsuits over the telecoms’ participation in the warrantless surveillance program if the government secretly certifies to the court that the:

     

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surveillance did not occur, was legal, or was authorized by the president.

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surveillance did not occur, was legal, or was authorized by the president.

 

surveillance did not cause undo harm to the customers involved.

 

surveillance involved only customer’s public information, not confidential information.

 

National Security Agency destroyed the information once its investigation was complete.

     

·         Question 17

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The Electronic Frontier Foundation plans to __________ the decision in Hepting v. AT&T.

     

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appeal

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abide by

 

support

 

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appeal

 

ignore

     

·         Question 18

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The Electronic Frontier Foundation claims that the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act Amendments Act (FISAAA) is:

     

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unconstitutional.

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necessary.

 

confidential.

 

undocumented.

 

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unconstitutional.

     

·         Question 19

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Who was the former National Security Agency (NSA) contractor and whistleblower who detailed the extensiveness of data collection by the NSA?

     

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Edward Snowden

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Kevin Mitnick

 

Tash Hepting

 

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Edward Snowden

 

Mark Klein

     

·         Question 20

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The first published news of the massive electronic data collection by the National Security Agency came from what British newspaper?

     

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The Guardian

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The Times

 

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The Guardian

 

The Financial Times

 

The Telegraph

     

 


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