Legal and Ethical Issues

Legal and Ethical Issues - Computer Security Social Legal...

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11/07/11 1 Computer Security Social Legal and Ethical issues.
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11/07/11 2 Social Legal and Ethical issues Sara Base, A Gift of Fire , Prentice Hall, 2003
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11/07/11 3 Social Legal and Ethical issues The impact of computers and computer systems The ATM example Unemployment Alienation and customer service Crime Loss of privacy Errors
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11/07/11 4 Social Legal and Ethical issues General Themes Globalization of cyberspace Personal choices, Business policies and law Negative  rights or  liberties  and  positive  rights or  claim  rights Conflict of negative and positive rights: the  claim rights  of some may diminish the  liberties  of others Privacy protection  regulations vs  universal access  to information services
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11/07/11 5 Social Legal and Ethical issues Main issues 1. 2. Freedom if speech 3. Can we trust computers 4. Intellectual property 5. Computer Crime 6. General social issues 7. Ethics
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11/07/11 6 Key aspects Freedom from intrusion Control information about oneself Freedom from surveillance
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11/07/11 7 “Big brother is watching you” Database security
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11/07/11 8 Database security Provisions of Privacy Act of 1974 Restricts data in federal government records to what is “relevant and  necessary” to the legal purpose for which it is collected. Requires federal agencies to publish a notice of their record systems in the  Federal Register Requires procedures to protect the security of the information in the  databases Prohibits disclosure of information about a person without their consent.
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11/07/11 9 The fourth Amendment, US Constitution
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