Managing and Using Information Systems Ch. 8

Managing and Using Information Systems Ch. 8 - Managing and...

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Managing and Using Information Systems Ch. 8 – Using Information Ethically This chapter begins by elaborating the most important issues behind the ethical treatment of information. Next this chapter expands upon the definition of ethical behavior and introduces several heuristics which managers can employ to help them make better decisions. This is followed by a discussion of some newly emerging controversies. CONTROL OF INFORMATION – slide section 1? Four areas in which the control of information is crucial are summarized by the acronym PAPA: privacy, accuracy, property, and accessibility. “Area Critical Questions Privacy What information must you reveal about yourself to others? What information should others be able to access about you—with or without your permission? What safeguards exist for your protection? Accuracy Who is responsible for the reliability and accuracy of information? Who will be accountable for errors? Property
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