Lesson#9, - Read the'Business Problem-Solving Case on pages 439-441 of your text entitled"The Internet Friend or Foe to Children and address the

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Read the 'Business Problem-Solving Case' on pages 439-441 of your text, entitled "The Internet: Friend or Foe to Children?" and address the case questions in an essay of 500-600 total words: 1. Does use of the Internet by children and teenagers pose an ethical dilemma? Why or why not? Yes, use of the internet by children and teenagers pose an ethical dilemma. Children and teenagers spend every free moment on the computer. They might play games either alone or with others over the web, chat online, instant message, or just surf. Most of this activity is not related to school work. You often see a glassy-eyed kid who might seem "out of it" because of their intense Internet activity. School work might begin to suffer. They need to get some fresh air or interact in the real world with friends. Some kids with a knack for the technical (writing code or manipulating software) might fall in with the wrong group and start doing what they think is harmless of simply mischievous hacking or other activities that might put them at risk of violating the law. This could range from
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This note was uploaded on 04/29/2011 for the course INFORMATIO MIS taught by Professor Daniel during the Spring '11 term at Antelope Valley College.

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Lesson#9, - Read the'Business Problem-Solving Case on pages 439-441 of your text entitled"The Internet Friend or Foe to Children and address the

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