In Nicholas Carrâ€™s â€œTracking is an Assault on Libertyâ€ and Jim Harperâ€™s â€œWeb Users Get as Much as They Giveâ€ readers are exposed to different arguments on the controversy stirred up by internet tracking. Based on your assessment of both texts do you believe that some form of middle ground could be reached on this issue.
- Your essay needs to be five paragraphs in length.
- You must properly acknowledge your sources. Must give credit to the authors when you paraphrase their texts for your evidence. For example, Carr provides a powerful evidence involving Mr. Owadâ€™s experiments or Harper claims that internet tracking is essential part of the modern economy.
- Remember, USE Lori Andrewsâ€™ â€œFacebook is Using Youâ€