An investigation into whether the Government have the right to monitoring networks for public safety?
Cardiff Metropolitan University
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This dissertation looked into how the Government monitor networks in the interest of public safety. While having a better understanding of what the public's thoughts are on the matter. After analysing the results it showed most of the participants were for the Government monitoring network but did not fully understand what network monitoring is. The literature review provides an insight into how the Government monitor networks, looking at the laws they have to follow, the power they have on monitoring social media and looking at the success rate. The research gathered for this dissertation was based on a python program that determines the participant's outcome, whether they were for or against the Government monitoring networks. These results would then be compared to their original opinion. The testing had three different scenarios 1) Random selection giving participants no time to consider their opinion before taking part in the questionnaire program. 2) A detailed interview with participants giving them time to think about their own opinion. This also allowed me to get a better understand on what participants thought on the matter. After this, the participant to do the questionnaire to see if this had any impact on their outcome. 3) A participant would state their opinion on network monitoring. After this the participant will be given an information sheet on how the Government actually monitor networks. Once reading the sheet the participant will be asked to take part in the questionnaire. The overall findings is that people are for the Government monitoring networks however the participants didn’t really understand how it worked.
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