CCSI 360 MIDTERM FA 07 - CCSI 360 Computer Ethics Student...

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Computer Ethics MIDTERM  Student Name _  Section V  Date June 7 Ethics for IT Professionals and IT Users Multiple Choice : Identify the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question. 1. True or false.  IT workers are not liable for malpractice because they do not meet the  legal definition of a professional. Answer:   False 2. What is software piracy? Answer:   Illegally making copies of software or allowing others to access software they are not  entitled to 3. True or false.  Under U.S. law, a bribe is not a crime if it was paid as part of doing business in a  foreign country. Answer:   True 4. List three characteristics that distinguish a gift from a bribe. Answer:  1) Bribes are usually done in secret   2) Bribes are usually done indirectly through a third party   3) Bribes encourage an obligation to the donor from the recipient 5. What is a professional code of ethics? Answer:   A statement that of essential principles and core values  for a particular occupation 6. ____________ indicates a professional possesses a particular set of skills, knowledge, or  abilities, and _____________ proves a professional can do their work ethically and safely. Answer: Certification and licensing 7. Name three reasons for certification. Answer:   1) Viewed as a benchmark    2) Can increase salary    3) Motivation to keep up with current technology 8. Which of the following is NOT a reason why there is no licensing for IT professionals? a.) There is no universally accepted body of core knowledge. b.) It is unclear who should manage the content and administration of licensing exams. c.) There is no administrative body to accredit professional education programs. © Copyright 2007 by P.E.P.
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This note was uploaded on 07/07/2008 for the course CCSI 360 taught by Professor Papademas during the Spring '08 term at DeVry Chicago.

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CCSI 360 MIDTERM FA 07 - CCSI 360 Computer Ethics Student...

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