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CCSI 360 HOMEWORK 02 FA 07

CCSI 360 HOMEWORK 02 FA 07 - CCSI 360 Student Name...

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CCSI 360 Computer Ethics HW 2  Student Name Section  V   Instructor Due Date  Part 1 2 3 4 Total Maximum  Points 25   points 25   points 25   points 25   points 100   points Your Score    Textbook Reading Assignment   Read Chapter(s) 2 in your Computer Ethics  textbook. Part 1 Glossary Terms - Ethics for IT Professionals and IT Users Define, in detail, each of these glossary terms from the realm of computer ethics, computer science  and computer topics, in general.  If applicable, use examples to support your definitions.  Consult your  notes or course textbook(s) as references or the Internet by visiting Web sites such as: http://www.askjeeves.com http://www.webopedia.com http://www.wikipedia.org      (a) breach of the duty of care Negligence (b) reasonable person standard The "reasonable person" is a legal fiction which represents a reasoned outlook on a legal question  (c) software piracy The act of illegally making copies of software or enabling others to access software to which they are not  entitled (d) trade secret Information used in business, generally unknown to the public, that the company has taken strong  measures to keep confidential (e) U.S. Foreign Corrupt Practices Act ( FCPA ) Makes it a crime to bribe a foreign official, a foreign political party official, or a candidate for foreign  political office Part 2
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