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Which of the following statements are TRUE about the way data is aggregated on everyday people?
Select TWO answers.
An employee can request phone records on an employer with questionable business practices as long as there is sufficient evidence of malpractice.
A police officer can access information on how fast a car was traveling at the time of a crash by downloading data from the car.
A student can request links about a person that Google has removed from it’s search.
An employee at a bookstore can recommend books to a customer based on past purchases without asking for the customer’s name, phone number, or other personal information.