Email Privacy Essays

  • Email Privacy

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    Ethical Management of E-mail Privacy As I am sitting at my work station in a crowded office building, I hear the wonderful sound of "You've got mail." In turn I open my E-mail mailbox and find a letter from a nearby employee. This letter contains the usual funny joke of the day and a short joke ridiculing the boss, as usual. Who was to know that my supervisor would eventually find this letter, which would lead to both the termination of my job and my fellow employee? Do you feel this is right

  • Successful E-Business Systems: PayPal

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    SUCCESSFUL E-BUSINESS SYSTEMS - PAYPAL ABSTRACT PayPal is an account-based system that allows anyone with an email address to send and receive online payments. This service is easy to use for customers. Members can instantaneously send money to anyone. Recipients are informed by email that they have received a payment. PayPal is also available to people in 38 countries. This paper starts with introduction to the company and its services. The information about the history and the current company

  • Protecting Yourself Online

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    Protecting Yourself Online In this paper we will discuss some basic steps to better secure your system. We will discuss the following four (4) areas: v     Email v     Internet v     Chat Programs v     Virus Protection 1.     Email: ·     Do not open any email attachment that you receive from anyone without checking first - not even from your closest friends. ·     If someone has to send you a doc file ask them to convert it into *.rtf or *.txt format and then send. ·     If you must open any doc

  • Backtracking E-mail Messages

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    they determine who sent them an email message and the response is almost universally, "By the From line." Unfortunately this symptomatic of the current confusion among internet users as to where particular messages come from and who is spreading spam and viruses. The "From" header is little more than a courtesy to the person receiving the message. People spreading spam and viruses are rarely courteous. In short, if there is any question about where a particular email message came from the safe bet

  • Spam: Junk Email

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    Spam: Junk Email The fictional story “The Case of the Spam Stalker” was based on my research and interest in the topic of junk email or spam. I was able to think of this topic because of the unbelievable amount of junk email that I was receiving at my America Online email account. In fact, I received so much junk mail that I decided to switch to another account with Lycos. Because I was having so much of a problem with unwanted mail, I figured that there were many more people with this problem

  • Seattle Sonics On-Line Communities

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    experience. I use email to keep in touch with family and friends and my experiences using DaMoo in this English class certainly qualify for experience, but I know that researching NBA basketball on-line communities will begin to demonstrate to me what is available. My initial assumptions and imaginations about on-line communities are formed by personal preferences in how I choose to communicate, limited knowledge and understanding, and most significantly limited experiences. I use email to communicate

  • Use of Alliteration, Assonance, and Cacophony

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    Mexico Tech, not to long ago sent an email to the Clark112-list on the subject of gender. She had analyzed an essay by James Q. Wilson called "Gender" for his use of rhetorical strategies. Many rhetorical strategies can be seen in the email. The rhetorical strategies that can be found are alliteration, assonance, and cacophony. The major rhetorical strategy that Scheffing used was alliteration. The use of alliteration by Scheffing serves to be quite effective in email because it allows her to point

  • The Internet and International Business

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    business that will probably be around for many years and possibly centuries to come. Since its earliest days, the Internet has been a means of communication, an essential tool in almost instant communication. People can "talk" to others by sending email messages, at the speed of pressing the send key. This information is instantly transmitted to the receiver, who can in turn, reply quickly. Today, one can even literally talk to someone else, just as if he/she were actually phoning someone over traditional

  • SPAM Email

    1173 Words  | 3 Pages

    marketing technique should be forced to sit at a computer and experience the utter agony that is receiving SPAM email. In the past week I have received over 105 emails to my AOL account. Out of the 105 emails, only one was a "real" email from an actual person, the rest: SPAM! This problem must be happening to others, so why hasn't something been done to outlaw this annoying junk email? Who is the evil mastermind behind this so-called "SPAM"? Who is it, so I can find them and make sure they never


    953 Words  | 2 Pages

    Email etiquette refers to a set of dos and don’ts that are recommended by business and communication experts in response to the growing concern that people are not using their email effectively or appropriately. Since email is part of the virtual world of communication, many people communicate in their email messages the same way they do in virtual chat rooms: with much less formality and sometimes too aggressively. Email etiquette offers some guidelines that all writers can use to facilitate better

  • nature of ligic and perception

    643 Words  | 2 Pages

    you about had happened you will be able to see this trait in me. At my current workplace we were just starting to do all of our work and correspondence to our client’s via-email, since all of our clients were requesting this. So we decided to use it among each other in the office as well. My boss informed me that there was an email that had been sent to me and it was cruci...


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    idea that they are in for a big surprise as they opened their email. The message inside reads: “kindly check the attached LOVELETTER coming from me” (Ruppe, May 5,2000). A 22-year-old college dropout was arrested in the Philippines as the author of this virus (anonymous, August 21,2000). When the attachment contained in the email was opened, the virus rapidly proliferated by automatically sending copies to everyone listed in the user’s email address book. Experts have concluded that this was the cause

  • How to Break-up

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    Also, if you feel threatened by your significant other in any way, a break-up is inevitable. The easiest and least respectable way is a break-up via email. It is a ridiculously impersonal way to end a very personal relationship. But sometimes the relationship was not deep, and in that case the email is a somewhat more acceptable form. An email lets you word what you need to say in the perfect way, and ... ... middle of paper ... ...THE HELL AWAY FROM YOUR EX! Sure, I know people like to stay

  • The Ethics of Spam Prevention

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    explosion in the number of Internet email accounts and addresses. Companies such as Microsoft, Yahoo and Netscape have made free email accounts available for the world to use. Many people have multiple email accounts on the web, in addition to those that they may have for business purposes. This increase in the number of users around the world surfing the Internet and using email has created a new problem and a very disturbing trend. Spam or unsolicited email messages, has become such a problem

  • Internet, Extranet, Email in companies

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    organizations use technology within an organization (intranet, email), how organizations use technology to communicate with and service clients or customers, and finally how organizations are using the current technology to train both employees and customers. How are businesses utilizing technology with their organizations? Email Many businesses at the very least are taking advantage of the current technology to implement email systems. Email systems, in addition to traditional methods of communication

  • Should Employee Monitoring Be Allowed Privacy While At Work?

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    Should we be allowed privacy while at work? I believe this is one of the most prevalent ethical questions asked today because we generally assume we are entitled to privacy while we are at work. Thus we tend to forget the fact that the company is supplying us with all the equipment that we are using so the company has a reasonable expectation of privacy as well as us while we use their assets. When we are using the company’s network, phone or laptop/desktop then we are utilizing company resources

  • Workplace Privacy Essay

    1067 Words  | 3 Pages

    The article named “Workplace Privacy” discussed the topic in vivid detail while supplying logical statistics and claims. The debate is about supporters, who want rights in the workplace, as well as the critics, who believe it is important to monitor the workplace in order to eliminate potential problems. A poll was conducted in July of 2007; the results showed that nearly half of employers monitor workers emails alone. Additional evidence reveals that about a third of company’s assign an employee

  • Privacy And Technology Privacy

    1957 Words  | 4 Pages

    As technology continues to grow and become incorporated in more and more of everyday life, one cannot help but wonder, can privacy and technology coexist? Privacy, along with technology, is very important, so it is critical that the two be able to coexist. There are different types of private information. These include private communications, privacy of the body, personal information, and information about one’s possessions. Yes, technology does allow private information to be stolen or seen by unauthorized

  • Privacy Vs National Security

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    personal privacy or the safety and security of the nation as a whole? Most believe that their personal privacy is more significant than national security because they don’t see the need to sacrifice their rights to privacy for the safety of someone else. Unlike some people who believe the exact opposite and they are aware that being translucent to the government can make the United States a safer place for everyone. For this reason, National Security is more important than personal privacy because

  • Online Behavior: How to Become Proficient with Netiquette

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    online, the use of proper netiquette is becoming a must. One must follow certain rules when sending out email or when posting in an online classroom forum. There is not one person that likes to be flamed or embarrassed in an email or online forum. The positive and negative effects that one experiences in an online forum can have great impact on how that person responds to future discussions or emails. By following the proper core netiquette rules outlined by Virginia Shea, one can avoid such things