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BA2620 Accountng Informaton SysTems Artcle Review Grading AssignmenT Weightng 15% of course grade Your 5-10 minute class presentaTon will be evaluated by your peers out of 10 points (20% weighTng .) ±he schedule for class presentaTons is at the end of this document. If you have problems with the date, please try and switch with a classmate. Let me know if you sTll have issues with your assigned date. Your arTcle review paper will be handed in the class aFer you deliver your report. It is marked by Emily out of 40 points (80% weighTng). A summary of the objecTves below provides a window into how each will be marked and overall guidance on requirements. Assessment is based on the three objecTves to this assignment. 1 A²ain research skills. ±his is determined by the breadth of your analysis, the content of your report and your bibliography. Your paper will be handed in and marked by Emily. Your report has about 2-3 pages dedicated to describing the informaTon obtained on the accounTng informaTon systems topic and about 1-2 pages of your own analysis of the event. Your topic reaches beyond the course text and is adequately addressed within a minimum of 3 and a maximum of 6 pages. /10 marks 2 Increase speci³c knowledge of your topic. ±his is determined by the depth of your analysis and the content of your report. You’ve clearly indicated why the informaTon system issue is signiFcant to the accounTng profession and formulated a strong conclusion that is supported by your research and analysis. Your analysis goes beyond the course textbook. /25 marks 3 Improve report wriTng skills and oral presentaTon. Your wriTng skills to be evaluated will include the use of correct grammar, spelling, and headings and subheadings and references . You are expected to develop an appropriate introducTon and conclusion. /5 marks Oral presenTaton is peer- evaluaTed. ±his is determined by your oral communicaTon skills (conFdent speech, quesTon and answer, use of appropriate professional terminology etc.) /10 marks. ±otal out of /50 marks
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ocial Security Administration Worker Charged In Identity Theft Scheme A California woman is charged with conspiracy and fraud in connection with a scheme that racked up $2.5 million in credit card charges. By Sharon Gaudin, InformationWeek April 13, 2007 URL: A former Social Security Administration employee surrendered to federal authorities Wednesday to face charges of illegally disclosing personal information she took off a government computer that was then used in an identity theft scheme that racked up $2.5 million in credit card charges. Jennifer Batiste, 45, of Leimert Park, Calif., made her initial court appearance Wednesday afternoon in U.S. District Court in Los Angeles. She was released on $5,000 bond. AdTech Ad Batiste is charged with conspiracy, accessing a protected computer to conduct fraud, and disclosure of a Social Security number. If she is convicted of the three counts in the indictment, Batiste faces a maximum sentence of 15 years in federal prison. The indictment alleges that Batiste conspired with her cohort Craig Harris and others by agreeing to access the Social Security Administration's computer system to run search queries for Harris. Harris, a 50-year-old Los Angeles resident, pleaded guilty in September to conspiracy and unlawful possession of a means of identification. Harris, who faces a maximum sentence of 10 years in prison, is scheduled to be sentenced on July 17. The government contends that Harris would give Batiste some identifying piece of information about someone -- either a name or Social Security number -- and Batiste would then query the government system to pull up enough other identifying information to put the person's identity at risk.
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According to a government report, Bastiste allegedly was paid $20 for every search query she ran on the government computer system to obtain information for Harris. The indictment goes on to allege that Harris and his co-conspirators used the information to make approximately $2.5 million worth of unauthorized charges to credit card accounts. "The Social Security Administration, Office of the Inspector General, is committed to aggressively pursuing fraud perpetrated by SSA employees," said David F. Butler, Special Agent in Charge of the Social Security Administration's Office of the Inspector General. "The American public not only deserves, but demands, the highest standards of integrity from government employees that are paid with their tax dollars." The cases against Batiste and Harris are part of an ongoing investigation by the Los Angeles Identity Theft Economic Crimes Task Force, which includes the United States Postal Inspection Service, the United States Secret Service, the Los Angeles Police Department, and the Social Security Administration's Office of the Inspector General.
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