"People who use the Internet make up the world's largest community." (Bailey 6). So to be safe "It's important to use good judgment when it comes to being a smart cyber citizen." (Bailey 12). To gather information ethically and to ensure your own safety is very important when using the highly populated internet. "Ethics are the rules you use in life to help you decide what is right and wrong." (Bailey 4). To use the internet ethically one must think and understand the things that are wrong in real life are normally wrong online too. For one to understand how important it is to use the internet ethically they should know that there is ways unethical use is being controlled, how their lack of cyber literacy affects their online decisions, and know how the world is becoming impacted by the "technology generations". First off one should understand the ways unethical use on the internet is being controlled and by whom. "There is technology that can find out who you are and what you do online." (Bailey 9&10). Websites can be monitored by their makers to see what all you say and what all you do. "The Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) is a group that represents people in the music business." (Bailey 29). The RIAA watches for peer to peer music sharing and you could get caught and get sued a good bit of money because in a way it's considered stealing. It's a better idea to be ethical and just buy music from an ethical site such as iTunes. " Another law, the Children's Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA), is designed to protect children's personal information." (Bailey 30). This act is designed to watch and protect young children on certain websites so they are protected from dangerous older people. The ethical thing for parents to do is make sure their child gets on ethical child gaming websites. Everything you post or send through the internet stays there and is accessible for years after you have put it on there. The ethical thing to do here is post
Online search / internet searching has become an essential for students and scholars. What typically took place in libraries, by phone calls or visits to experts in the field is being changed because of the Internet. Experts can sometimes be contacted by email and information, whether it is addresses, phone numbers, or detailed specifics on a certain subject, can be accessed on the World Wide Web. Search Engines….
As of today internet online searching has become every person's habit and necessity of life. But we tend to forget that we left our tracks of identity over the internet. How safe would this be for every individual who use internet searches. Almost every person now uses online searching taking from daily grocery to buying a house or a car. Online searches bring them everything from around the globe to their doorstep. As the article "Will you let them store your dreams?" published in Newsweek by Steven….
Basic Internet Searching
1. Using the internet, find a link that will tell you the average price of a gallon of gas for a given time period.
2. Using the internet, find a website that will show you houses for sale.
3. Find a website that shows one how to do fraction to decimal conversions.
4. Using the internet, find….
The internet is a global network of networks using universal standards to connect millions of different networks (Laudon & Laudon, 2012). With millions of people trafficking the networks everyday it is virtually impossible to monitor all unethical behaviors. Throughout the internet there are people who are publishing false information, using fake identification, hacking accounts for financial benefits, or countless other criminal acts and there is no way of stopping all of them. The internet is open….
INTERNET JOB SEARCHING
Searching for jobs on the Internet has become a very popular endeavor in the last ten years. Things have changed considerably in our culture and this is one area that holds a large amount of the responsibility.
A Brief History of the Internet
The Internet was first developed in 1969 by the United States Department of Defense. Created by their Advanced Research Projects Agency, the Internet was called ARPANET in the early years. They developed the Internet as a means….
Fundamental principle to all assessments is that such should be valid and reliable. Further, validity and reliability of an assessment tool also include the scoring method employed in it. As an emerging alternative to traditional assessments, Concept Maps should demonstrate similar properties; otherwise its utility as assessment tool may be limited to mere qualitative description.
This is the main premise upon which this proposal is founded. This study….
Applying good ethical standards to the online world is a direct reflection of your business online. Ethics affects all aspects of your business. It affects first and foremost your company’s brand image and subsequently how sales, marketing, and advertising principles are applied to the task of making your company profitable for the long haul. Ethics affects your employees, and how they represent your company online, on the phone, in person, and all types of customer service and customer relations….
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Internet Privacy Ethics
The citizens of the United States have always been keen on privacy. A new emerging issue is on Internet Privacy issues. Privacy issues can lead to devastating consequences such as identity theft and bad credit ratings. Many users of the internet do not know the level of security or privacy of a website they access. There are many uncertainties when using the internet. How can we trust that our personal information….
The "Information Superhighway", or Internet, is a powerful medium for today 's information driven society. From it 's humble beginnings as a series of networks established to help the military and government share resources, it has become a place for people to engage in commerce and also for people to interact socially in both business and personal faculties. Along with the excellent opportunities for meaningful communication in this new atmosphere, the Internet has evolved as an open, democratic….
Professor Kirstin Krick
English 102 #15881
13 February 2013
Ethics of Internet Privacy
Privacy is mentioned in the Bill of Rights, but in which amendment does privacy on the Internet fall. On the website “The Right of Privacy” it says that “The U.S. Constitution contains no express right to privacy”. Freedom of religion is given to us in the First Amendment. The Fourth Amendment protects from searches and seizures unless the officials possess a warrant. The Fifth Amendment gives….