How has computer technology caused the loss of personal privacy?
The most important place to start is to properly define privacy.
Privacy is the ability to keep secret things about your life that you WANT to keep secret.
People complain that Facebook and Twitter violate your privacy...but if you are intentionally posting what you had for lunch, what you read, and so on publicly, that's not a privacy issue at all. You have a right to choose what to make public.
On the other hand, if you don't WANT people to know something, and take action to keep it from public knowledge, and then someone seeks out or disseminates that information against your will, THAT is a violation of privacy.
So, for example, the fact that the US government logs every single phone call you ever make - just in case they want to dig through it later - is a blatant violation of your privacy, as well as violating several amendments of the Bill of Rights.
This is even true of more subtle violations. For example, you don't wear a mask when you drive around in your car, but you still have the desire that no strangers track what you do or where you go. If you found out that some random person was tracking your activities just because it's "in public", you'd consider that a violation of your privacy. And so would the law. So when the government logs where you go and what you do, using facial recognition, confiscated cc video, and so on they are violating your privacy.
Unfortunately, computer technology has made it much cheaper and easier for government agents to violate your privacy in these unconstitutional (and therefore illegal) ways.
What caused the latest revolution in management and decision support process caused by the implementation of the computer systems?
Technology provides people with simpler lives, like cars allow people to move faster. Money provides a way for people to get things in a world of limited resources, like, only a certain people who can afford a certain product can have it. However, technology has caused some accidents, like planes crashing do to computer failures. Money has caused jealousy among some, causing them to rob people in order to rob others.
Can Technology change your perspective? My answer is yes. When the US dropped Atom bombs on Japan and I was able, via photos, to see the devastation it caused, I never want to see another nuclear bomb used no matter why or by which country. On the other hand, I love using the computer to connect me to the world, family and friends, and find information on endless topics. The computer is great technology used…
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That could be caused by several different reasons. Someone who has access is deliberately deleting your favorites. A virus or Malware. A privacy program or plugin is set to wipe them out. Without someone physically present to watch the behavior and diagnose the problem, one can only speculate as to the cause of your situation.
You shouldn't....if something bad were to happen (like a close lightning strike or just really bad rain) the computer will probably turn off itself because of a power surge or something. But you should turn it off. almost 75% of lightning strikes are caused because someone was using a piece of technology in a thunderstorm.
It means your computer has crashed and is caused by current microprocessor technology being in the early stages of development. Current experts expect this problem to disappear in about 10 - 25 years. Seriously many tens of thousands of things could have caused the problem in the first place - a single cause would be impossible to determine.