This image is the work of a U.S. Army solider or employee taken or made during the course of the person's official duties. As a work of the Federal Government this image is in the public domain. Huddie William Ledbetter (Jan. 20, 1888 - Dec. 6, 1949) was an iconic American Folk and blues musician. He is best known as Lead Belly.(Source: Wikipedia) Between November 1940 and October 1946, Lead Belly was one of over 10 million American men registered in an indexed collection of the draft cards from the Fourth Registration. This is the only registration currently available to the public (due to privacy laws). The Fourth Registration, a.k.a. "old man's registration", was conducted on 27 April 1942 and registered men born on or between 28 April 1877 and 16 February 1897 who were not already in the military.
Framing the Research Statement
Privacy issues may cross several domains, respecting, individuals, employees, employers, laws and governmental functions. These issues can often be competing, compelling or have a basis in law. They may arise as a result of behaviors by individuals or commercial interests. They may have a common law basis or occur as a result of actions to enforce certain rights which may be seen as either moral or legal rights. In some matters of privacy, the Federal government and the States may have competing interests.
Think about a privacy issue that interests you. Then begin an environmental scan of the boundaries of that issue. Examples of such issues are: