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  1. The purpose of the Bill of Rights was to:
    1. grant additional powers to the federal government
    2. identify exceptions to specific portions of the Constitution
    3. identify additional rights of individuals
    4. identify requirements for being a “good” U.S. citizen
  2. ___________ is part of the pretrial phase of a lawsuit in which each party can obtain evidence from the other part by various means.
  3. Like many other countries, the United States has developed a single, overarching national data privacy policy. True or False?
  4. The ___________ Act is enforced by the FTC and is designed to ensure the accuracy, fairness, and privacy of information in the files of credit-reporting companies and to check those systems that gather and sell information about people:
    1. Gramm-Leach-Bliley
    2. Fair Credit Reporting
    3. HIPAA
  5. The Fair and Accurate Credit Transactions Act allows consumers to request and obtain a free credit report once each year from each of the three primary consumer credit reporting companies. True or False?
  6. Under the provisions of ___________, healthcare providers must obtain written consent from patients prior to disclosing any information in their medical records.
  7. According to the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act, a Web site that caters to children must:
    1. offer comprehensive privacy policies
    2. notify parents or guardians about its data collection practices
    3. receive parental consent before collecting any personal information from preteens
    4. all of the above
  8. ___________ is a federal law that assigns certain rights to parents regarding their children’s educational records.
  9. ___________ v. United States is a famous court ruling that helped form the basis for the requirement that there be a reasonable expectation of privacy for the Fourth Amendment to apply.
  10. The ___________ Act describes procedures for the electronic surveillance and collection of foreign intelligence information in communications between foreign powers and agents of foreign powers. It also created a special court which meets in secret to hear applications for orders approving electronic surveillance anywhere within the United States.
  1. Do you feel that information systems to fight terrorism should be developed and used even if they infringe on privacy rights or violate the Privacy Act and other such statutes?