DQ.1 It is ironic that at the same time that we are struggling with privacy issues relative to our national security â€“ we are also reviewing privacy issues related to our personal behavior â€“ such as shopping online. Isnâ€™t it true that we have been pushed into situation where we will are forced to accept that our behavior is going to be tracked by technology and by other means too.But, class, wouldnâ€™t you rather give up some privacy if it means that in the long run our country is protected from cyber-attacks? We, as individuals are easier targets of identity theft. Not a pleasant thought, but there are things we can all do to help deter and prevent personal cyber-attacks â€“ right? What are some of those things?DQ.2 Do some research online about smartphone security and answer the following: What steps can individuals and businesses take to make their smartphones more secure?