Social Media: No “Friend” of Personal Privacy by Christopher Spinelli — 69
the U.S. government to ensure that these rights and liberties are protected even in the advent of technological development. Action must be taken to resolve the problems facing millions. If not, privacy in cyberspace runs the risk of becoming virtually extinct.
This author is thankful to Dr. Naeemah Clark at Elon University for her supervision and advice, with- out which the article could not be published. The author also appreciates the numerous reviewers who have helped revise this article, particularly Matthew Bova, a J.D. candidate at George Washington Law School, whose revisions and advice are greatly valued.