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Unformatted text preview: Computer concepts and applications 2010-04-CIS-107-OL009 Discussion Forum 4 Gabriel A. Godart Thomas Edison State College. Ethics and Issues 10-3. (p. 525) Should a database of people paroled or released for crimes be made public? Why or why not? What about those who have committed other types of crimes? Who should have access to the database? Why? There are good arguments on both sides of the question, whether we are defending the idea or if we are against it. It is a matter of points of view and in the end we must weigh the advantages and the drawbacks to determine what is best for the public. As a father of a beautiful four-year old daughter, my opinion is, I admit, quite biased. Indeed, I believe that a database of people paroled or released for crimes should be made public. For instance, parents have the right to know and actually should be encouraged finding out if a child molester lives down the street or close to the park where their child ride their bikes, especially after what happened to a seven-...
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This note was uploaded on 05/10/2011 for the course CIS 107 taught by Professor Denis during the Spring '10 term at Thomas Edison State.
- Spring '10