22. The Children's Online Privacy Protection Act prohibits Internet operators from collecting information from children
under what age without parental permission?
23. Sherry, a 12-year-old, visited a website that wanted to know her family size, her parents' educational level, and her
weekly allowance. The site also asked Sherry's name, mailing and e-mail addresses, and age.
Under COPPA, the website must disclose how it will use the information it acquires from Sherry.
COPPA prohibits the Internet operator from collecting such information without her parents’ permission.
COPPA does not apply to Sherry's situation since she is over the age limit for those protected by the statute.
24. The Children's Online Privacy Protection Act:
deals only with the collection of data that will be disclosed to children.
deals only with collecting, from children, information that will be disclosed publicly.
regulates the activities of Internet operators.
25. Tom receives an e-mail from someone alleging to be a Nigerian government official who has stolen money from the
government. He needs some place safe to keep the money for a short time. The official promises that, if Tom lets his bank
account be used for this purpose, Tom will be allowed to keep a percentage of the stolen money. Tom gives in to the
temptation and provides his account information. Instead of receiving money, Tom loses everything he had in the account
to the scammer. In this situation:
prosecution can be under state law.
prosecution can be under the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act.
a civil action can be brought under Section 5 of the FTC Act.
26. The Identity Theft and Assumption Deterrence Act of 1998 does all but which of the following:
prohibits the use of false identification to commit fraud.
limits liability on a stolen credit card to $50.
permits a victim to seek restitution in court.
It does all of the above.
27. Rob works for a federal governmental agency. No policy statements have been reported to the employees regarding
their privacy rights or regarding their use of workplace computers for personal business. Rob's supervisor has reason to
suspect that Rob has used his workplace computer to order an illegal substance. Which of the following is true?