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courses:ct60a7000:spring2016:critical:hieutran [2016/04/24 22:53]
m3543 [Task 3: Exam questions]
courses:ct60a7000:spring2016:critical:hieutran [2016/04/24 23:58]
m3543 [edX course: Philosophy and Critical Thinking]
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 As such, LinkedIn also stated that they may share user's personal information with affiliates and 3rd party to provide services. For example, SlideShare utilizes user'​s ​ content preferences to recommend better content to such user. As such, LinkedIn also stated that they may share user's personal information with affiliates and 3rd party to provide services. For example, SlideShare utilizes user'​s ​ content preferences to recommend better content to such user.
-  * Headhunter agencies: job matchmaking and suggestion, searching for job candidates +  ​* **Headhunter agencies:** job matchmaking and suggestion, searching for job candidates 
-  * Ads: advertisement activities, marketing about company+  ​* **Ads:** advertisement activities, marketing about company
  
 It has been recorded that LinkedIn was accused of selling user's data to potential employers in 2014 [2] . The case was filed by California court, claiming that the job reference tool allows employers to hire or fire people without regard to users. The tool allows employers to mine employment history of job applicants without user's knowledge. ​ It has been recorded that LinkedIn was accused of selling user's data to potential employers in 2014 [2] . The case was filed by California court, claiming that the job reference tool allows employers to hire or fire people without regard to users. The tool allows employers to mine employment history of job applicants without user's knowledge. ​
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 ====== edX course: Philosophy and Critical Thinking ====== ====== edX course: Philosophy and Critical Thinking ======
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 ====== Task 3: Exam questions ====== ====== Task 3: Exam questions ======
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 +In my opinion, the exam questions do not focus on testing the understanding of examinee about terms and concepts. Instead, these questions want to ask examinees'​ options and how they argue and give points to support their opinions. ​
  
 //1. What are benefits and problems of data mining projects conducted by the government?//​ //1. What are benefits and problems of data mining projects conducted by the government?//​
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 This question concerns examinee'​s awareness and opinions about the government'​s data mining projects. This question concerns examinee'​s awareness and opinions about the government'​s data mining projects.
  
-//2. Explain the term and list types of surveillance //+//2. Explain the different ​types of surveillance // 
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 +The surveillance issue is discussed through the two books. This type of question is typical at examination,​ aiming at checking examinee'​s understanding of the concept.
  
 //3. How much would you sacrifice your privacy for security?// ​ //3. How much would you sacrifice your privacy for security?// ​
  
-This question aims at asking the opinions of examinee about the balance between privacy and security, which was discussed in the seminars.+This question aims at asking the opinions of examinee about the balance between privacy and security, which was discussed in the seminars. ​The question doesn'​t have right or wrong answer but tests how examinee give arguments and provide ideas to support the statements. 
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 +//4. What are solutions for people to avoid surveillance?​ Give your opinions to evaluate those solutions.//​
  
-//4What are solutions for people to avoid surveillance?​ Give your opinions to evaluate those solutions.// ​+The examinee reflects the ideas presented on chapter 15 of book Data and Goliath