Assignment 1 - Assignment 1 Ethical Issues in Information Systems Assignment 1 Ethical Issues in Information Systems Kevin Gainey CIS 109 Intro to

Assignment 1 - Assignment 1 Ethical Issues in Information...

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Assignment 1: Ethical Issues in Information Systems 1 Assignment 1: Ethical Issues in Information Systems Kevin Gainey CIS 109 Intro to Management Information Systems Professor Jimmie Fiores November 2015
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Assignment 1: Ethical Issues in Information Systems 2 Summary of privacy as an ethical issue in information technology There are basically two forces threaten in our privacy in information system. One is the development of information technology, with its boosted capacity for observation, storage, calculation, communication, and recovery. And another one is, and more deceptive threat, is the enlarged value of information in management. Information is progressively appreciated to policy makers; they want it even if obtaining it occupies another's privacy. The threat to privacy now is one that several of us don't fully raise. I call it the threat of experience by minute explanation. It stops from the gathering of attributes regarding us and use of the reasonable connector "as well as". Let us take an example, I may approve one institution to
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