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  • Ethical Usage of Workplace Technologies
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  • Ethical and Legal Issues in Interactive Health Communications: a Call for International Cooperation
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  • Data Collection
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  • Data Policy
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  • An Investigation of the Development and Adoption of Educational Metadata Standards for the Widespread Use of Learning Objects
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  • Information Technology Use in Social Care
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  • Data Analysis
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  • Ethical and Social Issues in Information Systems
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  • Data Warehousing
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  • Why Should We Be Ethical? the Relevance of Ethics in Life
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  • Data for Sale
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  • Ethical Guidelines
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