In this paper, there will be two important laws which came about due to the improvements with in the information technology results because, each improvement for these results require information of each new law. The first act which will be explained is the “Do not call act”, and the additional act that will be explained is the “Child’s internet protection act”. Both acts are going to be an introduction subject because different technologies can also lead to inaccurate business practice and may possibly lead to unlawful activities. “Child’s Internet Protection Act”
The Children’s Internet Protection Act (CIPA) stands as a federal law that was passed and approved by Congress that helps to protect any civil matters that may be probed about offensive content that happens each day in schools, libraries, television, and most importantly over the internet. With this, the children’s internet Act (CIPA) has a particular set of requirements with in the schools or libraries which receives charges money for having access to the Internet. In 2001, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) provided guidelines that implemented the CIPA. The internet should always require adult supervision when a child is accessing it because it is unregulated in society. Adult supervision is needed in order to protect children from pornography, rated “R” movies, bad language and other content when using the internet.
“ Do Not Call Act of 2003”
The “Do not call act 2003”, is a law that gives the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) flexible authority in order to produce dues in which are acceptable to begin and manage requirements regarding the ‘‘do-not-call’’ registry of the Telemarketing Sales Rule. This act was passed so that the consumers are protected from unwanted telephone calls from telemarketers. This was transmitted throughout the Telemarketing and Consumer Fraud and Abuse Prevention Act. This technology helps telemarketers generate multiple lists of phone numbers...
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