QA M3 Essay

Which of the following statutes covers numbers dialed and email and IP addresses of senders or recipients in real time, rather than the content of the messages? Select one.
Question 1 options:
Pen Register and Trap and Trace Statute
Privacy Protection Act
Wiretap Act
Communications Assistance for Law Enforcement Act of 1994
Question 2 (2.5 points)
An argument can be made that the law has not caught up to the current state of technology. Which of the following laws has the potential to be targeted for updates when considering the role big data has in society? Select one.
Question 2 options:
The Fifth Amendment
The Fourth Amendment
The Wiretap Act
The Freedom of Information Act
Question 3 (2.5 points)
Which amendment protects individuals from being forced to provide police with their phone password? Select one.
Question 3 options:
None of the above
Fifth Amendment
Fourth Amendment
First Amendment
Question 4 (2.5 points)
According to the module resources, why are law enforcement agencies not purchasing and deploying wide-area surveillance systems? Select one.
Question 4 options:
The software is prohibitively expensive.
These systems currently do not provide the type of detailed images that can hold up in court.
These systems provide images so detailed, you need a warrant issued to use this type of video surveillance.
Law enforcement officers cannot rely on this technology for relevant leads in investigations.
True or false: As the data available for police collection increases, some states have passed legislation to guarantee the right to privacy due to concerns about the fine line between safer streets and spying.
Question 5 options:TrueFalseQuestion 6 (2.5 points)
How and where was wide-area surveillance first deployed? Select one.
Question 6 options:
In Chicago, by law enforcement to address the high number of homicides
In Washington, DC, by the secret service to protect the president
In San Francisco, by a startup company looking for law enforcement applications
In Iraq and Afghanistan, by the Air Force to solve the IED problem
Question 7 (2.5 points)
True or false: Police training and community engagement remain important pieces in the landscape of criminal justice reforms.
Question 7 options:TrueFalseQuestion 8 (2.5 points)
Which of the following is a concern that may arise from building a database of fingerprints, palm prints, mug shots, and iris scans? Select one.
Question 8 options:
Anyone can end up in the database.
The artificial intelligence that analyzes data is perfect.
The servers where the databases reside are not secured.
It won’t aid police in cold case investigations.
Question 9 (2.5 points)
As cell phones and the data they can store evolve, so must the law. According to the module resources, following a 2018 Supreme Court ruling, what is the new amount of location data police can request from your cell phone without a warrant? Select one.
Question 9 options:
The officer must always secure a warrant.
Three days’ worth
Thirty days’ worth
Six days’ worth
Question 10 (2.5 points)
What statute was created by the federal government in response to communication systems becoming more complex and the need to protect public safety and national security through lawful intercepts? Select one.
Question 10 options:
Wiretap Act
Pen Register and Trap and Trace Statute
Communications Assistance for Law Enforcement Act of 1994
Privacy Protection Act