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chapter 5—insight into e-commerce: do computers have free speech rights?
1. FastBreak Inc. is dissatisfied with its ranking in Google Inc.’s search results. FastBreak files a suit against Google, seeking an injunction. Google argues that its search results are constitutionally protected speech. FastBreak’s best argument against Google’s position is that
a. the First Amendment protects humans against state censorship and …show more content…
Recent advances have fostered the growth of a relatively new industry to profit from crime. Statistics show that criminals have learned it is easier, less risky, and more profitable to
a. rob banks using traditional means.
b. steal via the Internet.
c. engage in legitimate activities such as stock trading via the Internet.
d. sell their stories to movie, music, and TV producers or video-game makers.
ANSWER: B PAGES: Section 6 TYPE: N BUSPROG: Reflective AICPA: BB-Critical Thinking
chapter 8—insight into the global environment: border searches of your electronic devices
3. When Maja, an attorney and a U.S. citizen, crosses the border between the United States and Canada, she expects the U.S. Department of Homeland Security to search her laptop. To avoid disclosing confidential client data during the search, Maja could
a. keep client files on a device that she does not take abroad.
b. carry client files abroad only in hard copy.
c. refuse to consent to a border search of her laptop.
d. assert her right to be free from unwarranted government