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e. If DataTrust was to expand or increase their customer base into Europe, what other privacy legislation would they need to comply with? For any company to start working on the EU nations, and in particular for a company like DataTrust, the general policies for the EU in terms of data privacy are all written on the recently created European's General Data Protection Regulation (known as GDPR). This regulation states a series of rules and policies all companies sharing EU's citizens data must comply. If we talk in general terms, given the worldwide internet connection and social media that allow all people around the Document title: ICTICT418_AE_Kn_1of2 Page 10 of 17 Resource ID: TBS_18_028_ICTICT418_AE_Kn_1of2 STUDENT NAME:
globe share almost everything, these policies could apply then for all these data around the world, meaning it doesn't regulate only data inside the EU nations. Then, if DataTrust wants to start business operations on Europe, they must comply the policies inside the GDPR, these policies involve all data term, from simple things such as "read" checkboxes until leak issues. 3. Locate the Australian Computer Society (ACS) Code of Ethics, as well as at least one other example of a code of ethics from an ICT organisation. Discuss one of the values from each code of ethics, as follows (minimum 50 and maximum 150 words each): a. What is the value that you’re discussing? b. What is the purpose of the value? c. Give two examples of situations where each value would apply. d. List website links for each of the codes of ethics. Code of ethics 1 The code of professional practice Professional society needs to ensure the currency of its code of ethics, through regular reviews, including major reviews every 10 years, and minor reviews taking place as required by significant technological advancements. A major review should involve an extensive consultation process, as advocated by IFIP, which claims that the ‘process used to develop a code is as important as the code itself’ (Berleur et al, 2004: 13). Revisions of the ACS code of ethics should ensure consistency between the various supplementary ACS codes; and rationalise the way that part of the code is incorporated into the national regulations to mandate its use, and the way that other parts of the code can be more easily updated. The ACS is the guardian of professional ethics and standards in the ICT sector and is committed to ensuring the beneficial use of ICT for all Australians. The code of ethics is the linchpin that enables the ACS to promote the value of professional conduct of its members to both consumers and suppliers. The ACS must take a leadership role in the marketing of the benefits of its professional Code to the ICT business community. Code of ethics 2 Document title: ICTICT418_AE_Kn_1of2 Page 11 of 17 Resource ID: TBS_18_028_ICTICT418_AE_Kn_1of2 STUDENT NAME:
The code of conduct This is an expanded guide to how the code of ethics should manifest itself in the way members conduct themselves and replaces the earlier material on professional conduct. This code is not part of the constitution and is, therefore, able to be amended by the ACS management committee on a majority vote. This

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