• Privacy
    monitoring. One such law is the Economic Espionage Act of 1996 (EEA). The EEA criminalizes theft of trade secrets, even if the secret electronic files are copied onto a diskette owned by an employee. The law closed a loop-hole in criminal statutes that required there be a theft of physical property...
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  • Cybercrime on Computerized Systems
    Cybercrime on Computerized Systems This situation involves a large bank that has recently installed a new software system for handling all transactions and account storage. An employee at the company developing the software programmed a "back door" into the system, and got another employee to...
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  • Torts
    imprisonment committed by an over-enthusiastic employee. However, whether the defamatory act of allowing a false accusation of theft to remain on her Facebook Wall is “sufficiently connected” to employment is less clear. While her action was committed on a work-authorised lunch break, and while doing...
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  • Technology
    , inanimate visual analogy to technology, the system integrating human Precogs displays an ultimate loss of human connection with nature. Lifelessly drifting in a flotation tank, cut off from civilization and only able to focus on one thing, murder, these aberrant humans not only portray the "loss of...
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  • Ngou
    an academic field in its own right with unique ethical issues that would not have existed if computer technology had not been invented. Several example issues are presented to illustrate this point. The failure to find satisfactory non-computer analogies testifies to the uniqueness of computer ethics...
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  • Pii Fedeal Gov
    Department to authenticate its employees. Each employee is issued a CAC, which carries information on a barcode and integrated circuit chip. The card can be used for physical access to DoD facilities (via the Defense National Visitors Center [DNVC] System), as well as for logical access onto DoD...
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  • Engineering Ethics
    background in common law. In common law a judge decides a case by comparing it with the way previous judges have decided similar cases in the past. Her reasoning involves citing analogies and disanalogies between past cases and the present one. If the analogies seem more important than the disanalogies...
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  • Understanding White Collar Crime
    count of grand theft by embezzlement, authorities said. (Lopez, 2010) •• An employee at Goldman Sachs from May 2007 to June 2009 was arrested in July of 2009 and charged with illegally transferring and downloading hundreds of thousands of lines of source code for Goldman’s high-frequency trading...
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  • Discipline
    S1 MBA IB Discipline and disciplinary procedure Introduction Discipline will be required when all the forces of the manager to guide, motivate and direct his subordinate fail. Indiscipline of an employee, if not dealt with seriously, may...
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  • Computer Crimes
    Commission. In particular the Commission noted that many computer relatedcrimes would fall under their revised definition of theft: “A machine or computer can only respond to a physical shape or electronic impulse fed into it. There can be no question of a machine giving a meaningful consent. No...
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  • White Paper
    explosion in popularity of smartphones such as Apple’s iPhone and Research in Motion’s Blackberry devices, mobile payments are becoming a huge industry with incredible potential. It is forecasted that by 2013, mobile payment transactions for physical goods, electronic media and services are expected to...
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  • History of Common Law
    issues of property, theft, inheritance, money… The legal system of England and Wales is the basis of most legal systems in the Commonwealth and the US (except Louisiana). THREE MAJOR LEGAL SYSTEMS IN THE WORLD * Religious law It refers to the notion of a religious system or document being used...
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  • were
    analogy © Cengage Learning 2012 Element name Information Application software System software Physical items Services Description Data that has been collected, classified, organized, and stored in various forms Software that supports the...
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  • Business Information Systems
    hardware, software or data can have significant effects on an organisation’s effectiveness. Theft can be divided into two basic categories: physical theft and data theft. Physical theft, as the term implies, involves the theft of hardware and software. Data theft normally involves making copies of...
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  • Plagiarism Affecting Genuine Intelligence.
    this benefit. If intellectual property is like physical property the analogy helps explain subtler forms of plagiarism. For example, most people know that taking the exact wording of another person without attribution is plagiarism, but believe that paraphrasing the original is acceptable. Yet taking...
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  • Project Manager
    Phishing and Electronic Identity Theft 22 Social Engineering 22 Protecting Your Computer and Network 24 Physical Security 24 Physically Securing Desktop Computers 24 Physically Securing Laptop/Notebook/Handheld Computers 25 Physically Securing Network Components 25 Software...
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  • Investigating Theft in Retail Organizations
    the co-workers may not know who has committed the theft. But if they work to piece together sections and clues through physical and testimonial fact gathering, they may be able to uncover the truth. Explaining this to the cooperating employee will assist in lowering stress because he or she mustn't...
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  • A New Work Ethic?
    employee would become angry. Not for the stealing but for the fact that they were fired. Sheehy is 100% correct in his analogy of the new generation. Per Sheehy evaluation of the new generation is their “contempt for customers, indifference to quality and service, unrealistic expectations about the world...
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  • Business Accounting
    of $65,000 per incident. [Buckhoff, 2004] A 2003 KPMG survey found that 75% of respondents had experienced at least one instance of employee theft, a 13% increase over its 1998 survey. [Kramer and Buckhoff, 2005] The Association of Certified Fraud Examiners estimated in 2002 that fraud costs...
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  • Montessori Practical Life
    Spiritual Embryo and Sensitive Period are the analogy term used by Dr. Montessori to describe the most important concepts of Dr. Montessori’s understanding of the child’s development. Spiritual Embryo is the phase of intellectual development or a period of mental construction of the child that...
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