Read the sample student paragraph that addresses a counterclaim. some claim that the internet both invades and compromises one’s right to privacy. however, this is ridiculous. the internet is only as invasive as one allows it to be, particularly since there are laws to protect people’s privacy. exercising caution when supplying personal information online is the most vital step in protecting one’s privacy. any information you do not feel comfortable sharing online should not be shared, and sensitive information should only be provided to trusted organizations. additionally, some states have already enacted privacy laws that model the federal privacy act of 1974, ensuring that information collected for one purpose may not be used—or sold—for other purposes without first notifying the individual to whom the data belongs. the first and most important protector of an individual’s information is that individual. people whose personal information is not properly protected only have themselves to blame. what evidence weakens the counterclaim in this paragraph?
the internet is only as invasive as one allows it to be.
exercising caution is the best way to protect one’s privacy online.
some states have already enacted online privacy laws.
it is the individual’s fault when personal information is unprotected.
D is correct
don't listen to who ever that was that person isn't important ya fell me the answer its c.RUDE
The counterclaim in this paragraph is that the Internet both invades and compromises an individual's right to privacy.
This paragraph expresses how the internet can not represent any danger to our privacy, and it even enlists all the things a person can do in order to keep their personal data out of range from untrustworthy people or institutions, then it totally defends the claim that internet is secure so the counterclaim will demand how dangerous it is.
The claim in this paragraph is that it is important to be cautious when supplying personal information online. However, the counterclaim is: the internet both invades and compromises an individual's right to privacy.
In the beginning of the paragraph, the student mentioned that the statement is "ridiculous." By claiming that the claim is ridiculous and untrue, the student is bringing up the counterclaim. The counterclaim is something that the writer disagrees with yet uses to make his/her argument against it stronger by disputing the information.
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3 is blunder, i’m not sure about the last one but the first two look correct