- There is no provision in the US Constitution that protects
an individuals privacy, but a right to privacy is included
in the "Virginia Right to Privacy".
- True (**)
- The right to privacy is peculiarly a US invention.
- No, it is a fundamental tenet of all democratic systems.
- No, it is a dogma of common law.
- No, it is a right defined by the United Nations. (**)
- Social Security Number usage is limited by:
- Virginia Privacy Law
- 1974 Privacy Act (**)
- 1990 ADA
- US Department of Health, Education and Welfare
- The 1974 Privacy Act restricted use of Social Security Numbers. Which is a breach in this law:
The DMV slides through a loophole here by making it possible to not use your SSN. They don't tell you about that option though.
- Social Security
- Civilian Driver Identification (**)
- Military identification
- Federal prisoner identification
- Errant parent location
- The first primitive rights to privacy were part of the US Constitution.
- FALSE (**)
- (True/False) According to the 1974 Privacy Act, data ownes and collectors must inform subjects of data use and who has access.
- What is the name of the amendment that protects university students from having records revealed to family or potential employers without permission?
- The Buckley Amendment
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