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What area of law would data protection and censorship go under?
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data protection. censorship is a different issue. what exactly are you wondering about?
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For my law personal statement i wanted to research into data protection
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law covers in a broad sense of how the justice system simply works. Could be anything.

Those laws. interestingly enough, are part of technology because technology has an effect on how we view material, for such laws to be in effect.

We wouldn't get censorship if it wasn't for a the mismanagement of people using the broadcast system and data protection came into effect with what people did with their computers from 1990, because there were a widespread usage of computers. I'm a design engineer, so we were taught about how technology led to having eventful behaviours like laws being in effect.
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law covers in a broad sense of how the justice system simply works. Could be anything.

Those laws. interestingly enough, are part of technology because technology has an effect on how we view material, for such laws to be in effect.

We wouldn't get censorship if it wasn't for a the mismanagement of people using the broadcast system and data protection came into effect with what people did with their computers from 1990, because there were a widespread usage of computers. I'm a design engineer, so we were taught about how technology led to having eventful behaviours like laws being in effect.
Thank you!
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Thank you!
Legal Technology‎, that may be what you're suggesting? Technology that's legally bound to the industry and not just now, I mean centuries worth, like that riots that occurred in the 19th century because people lost their jobs, because of the growth of the machines, it's a lot more vast, then you would think.

Anything to do with law and technology, mixed together. That's my best guess.
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