What if predictive analytics could help prevent acts of terrorism? With so much at stake, should the government responsibly monitor data surveillance? If data privacy surveillance is the route to take, how should the government implement this? These provoking questions are brought to mind in an article posted on The Guardian. The article, “Little Privacy in the Age of Big Data,” contemplates privacy concerns as well as the range of impact data can have in the technology-infused world that we live in today. As the phrase in the article goes, “Knowledge is Power.” Yet, there is more knowledge in today’s
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