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Emma Chainani INFO 315 Chapter 2 Self-Assessment Questions 1. A professional is someone who: a. All of the above 2. Although end users often get the blame when it comes to using illegal copies of commercial software, software piracy in a corporate setting is sometimes directly traceable to IT staff. 3. The mission of the Business Software Alliance is to stop the unauthorized copying of software produced by its members. 4. Whistle-blowing is an effort by an employee to attract attention to a negligent, illegal, unethical, abusive, or dangerous act by a company that threatens the public interest. True 5. Fraud is the crime of obtaining goods, services, or property through deception or trickery. 6. Compliance means to be in accordance with established policies, guidelines, specifications, or legislation.
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Unformatted text preview: 7. Society expects professionals to act in a way that: a. All of the above 8. Most organizations have an internal audit committee team with primary responsibilities to determine that internal systems and controls are adequate and effective. 9. B) Certification is a process that one undertakes voluntarily to prove competency in a set of skills. 10. Senior management (including members of the audit committee) has the option of ignoring or suppressing recommendations of the internal audit committee. True 11. Negligence has been defined as not doing something that a reasonable person would do or doing something that a reasonable person would not do. 12. A code of ethics states the principles and core values that are essential to the work of a particular occupational group....
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  • Spring '14
  • Ethics , Software Piracy, Internal Audit Committee

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