Chapter 2 Questions
2.1) Personal information is information or opinions about an identified person or
2.2) Secondary use is the use of personal information for a purpose other than the
one for which the person supplied it.
Chapter 8 Questions
8.1) The case of the IRS taxing someone $6 million dollars because of not testing ridiculously
high tax chargers; also the case of the Frankfurt airport baggage system failing because of
insufficient development and
Chapter 4 Questions
4.1) The factors include: the purpose and character of your use, the nature of the copyrighted
work, the amount and substantiality of the portion taken, and lastly the effect of the use upon
the potential market.
Chapter 5 Review Questions
5.1) A hacker in the early days was someone who wrote very clever or elegant code, it was
someone creative not malicious.
5.2) Yes it is illegal because it can cost money and time to get rid of it from a user
Chapter 9 Questions
9.1) I would say professional and personal ethics differ by professional ethics being more
specific and focused on a general area and personal ethics being focused on a well-rounded,
wholesome ethics. Also they diff
Chapter 7 Questions
7.1) I would say the one, main criticism of Wikipedia is that it is known to have unreliable
information. Since anyone can update and change the information many can put information
that is incorrect or opinionated.
Chapter 3 Review Questions
3.2) The parents can set up the browser so that the children can only access
children friendly websites. Also the parents could set up accounts on the
computer for them and have them set up to where they can
Chapter 1 Questions
1.1 Bullying/threats and people stalking others.
1.2 Some use ads and others are supported via donations.
1.3 Helping the disabled interact with a computer and login validation through speech.
1.4 Interacting with a