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 **__Create 4 exam questions representing the course contents. Explain why the question is good.__** **__Create 4 exam questions representing the course contents. Explain why the question is good.__**
-  ​//After reading the books how would you describe this topic to a normal person (not a technology professional,​ but uses technology on his/hers work and on free time)? What should he/she know and why? (Max length 1 page).// This gives free hands for the student to tell what he has learned during the course in the context of privacy/​security. But at the same time he has to be able to pick up only the most important topics and present them in a non-technical way. +  ​//After reading the books how would you describe this topic to a normal person (not a technology professional,​ but uses technology on his/hers work and on free time)? What should he/she know and why? (Max length 1 page).// ​ 
-  ​//How have your thoughts on courses topic changed after taking this course or have they changed at all? And most importantly what has caused this (lack of) change?// Student has to compare the states of before and after the course for differences and also justify his findings. +This gives free hands for the student to tell what he has learned during the course in the context of privacy/​security. But at the same time he has to be able to pick up only the most important topics and present them in a non-technical way. 
-  ​//How big of a problem the surveillance and lack of privacy really is? Do you think it's a really huge global issue or is it just something the technologically minded people tend to  +  ​//How have your thoughts on courses topic changed after taking this course or have they changed at all? And most importantly what has caused this (lack of) change?// ​ 
-exaggerate? Please justify your views.// Student has to form a coherent answer based on the course material but at the same time there is a lot of room for self reflection. +Student has to compare the states of before and after the course for differences and also justify his findings. 
-  ​//In the "Data and Goliath"​ the data is said to be the "​pollution of the information age". What do you think this means? Do you agree with this statement? Why/Why not?// More traditional exam question where student has to summarize a concept from the book. Both he is still required to do some reflection too.+  ​//How big of a problem the surveillance and lack of privacy really is? Do you think it's a really huge global issue or is it just something the technologically minded people tend to  
 +exaggerate? Please justify your views.// ​ 
 +Student has to form a coherent answer based on the course material but at the same time there is a lot of room for self reflection. 
 +  ​//In the "Data and Goliath"​ the data is said to be the "​pollution of the information age". What do you think this means? Do you agree with this statement? Why/Why not?// 
 +More traditional exam question where student has to summarize a concept from the book. Both he is still required to do some reflection too.