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SOX Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002
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i.e. SOX Enacted in response to the financial scandals to protect shareholders and the general public from accounting errors and fraudulent practices.
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SOX SOX
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Includes provisions for oversight and regulation of accounting firms, auditor independence, corporate governance and financial disclosure. A result of Enron to protect shareholders from fraudulent activity; can’t just change data in the system; document everything in the system.
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SQL Structured Query Language
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i.e. SQL A (semi) standard language for interacting with relational databases and database management systems.
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Ethics Structured Query Language
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Protocol for communicating with the database; language for application servers to communicated with the database server; write query to extract information. The principles and standards that guide our behavior toward other people.
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Copyright Intellectual Property
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Abstract ideas that could belong to the person that thought of them or the company that employs the person. Can’t use intellectual property without the proper authority and can’t pass it off as your own; documentation of intellectual property.
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Pirated Software Fair Use Doctrine
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Allow for limited use of copyrighted materials (i.e. education printing articles for the class). Illegal distribution of the real product (i.e. small businesses are the worst).
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1. Intellectual property 2. Copyright 3. Fair use doctrine 4. Pirated software Counterfeit Software.
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5. Counterfeit software
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product, but it’s not. Important ethical
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This note was uploaded on 09/08/2011 for the course ISM 3011C taught by Professor Robertszymanski during the Spring '11 term at University of Central Florida.

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