Everything you ever wanted to know about
Authored by: Hunter, Alin, Adam, Carlos, & Stacey
of Information Act of
ELECTRONIC FREEDOM OF INFORMATION ACT
Signed into law by the 36th president Lyndon B. Johnson on July
FOIA is law that allows people to have access upon request to
certain records, orders from courts, public inspections, etc.
It’s a very positive and popular law because it allows people to keep
up with what the government is doing.
Tools Required to
(PATRIOT) ACT OF 2001
Signed into law by former President George W. Bush on October 26, 2001,after the 9/11
This law strengthens US security, and basically give’s them the tools to stop and counter
terrorist. This law strengthened the power of: Record searches, Secret Searches, Intelligence
searches, and Trap and Trace searches.
This law gives the government the power to, research and block anyone who they think has
been or could be involved with terrorism.
Electronic Freedom of Information Act
Identity theft penalty enhancement act- 2004
Safety and freedom through encryption act of 1999
Section 2 - Amends the Federal criminal code to
establish penalties for aggravated identity theft.
7/15/2004 President Bush signed into law H.R.
1731, the Identity Theft Penalty Enhancement
The Security and Freedom Through Encryption Act
was approved in 1999 by the US Congress to affirm
the rights of United States persons to use and sell
encryption and to relax export controls on
Privacy act of 1974,
privacy act of 1986
Privacy Act of 1974
It was establish in December 31, 1974.
A united states federal law established a code of
fair information practice that governs the
collection maintenance use and dissemination of
personally identifiable information about
individuals that is maintained in system of records
by federal agencies. The privacy act requires that
agencies give the public notice of their systems of
records by publication in the federal register.
Conditions of disclosure for provisions
of the privacy act
The privacy act states in part: no
agency shall disclose any record which
is contained in a system of records by
any means of communication to any
person, to another agency, to pursuant
a written request by or with the prior
written consent of the person the
records pertain to.
Electronic communications privacy act
Was enacted by the united states congress to
extend government restrictions on wire taps from
telephone calls to include transmissions of
electronic data by computer. Specifically ECPA
was an amendment to Title III of the omnibus
crime control and safe streets act of 1968 which
was primarily designed access to private