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USF ISM 6021 - Chapter 5 Ethical and Social Issues in the Digital Firn

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computer Dependence on computer systemssystems•Rapidly declining data storage Rapidly declining data storage costs:costs: Easy maintenance of individual Easy maintenance of individual databasedatabaseKey Technology Trends that Raise Ethical IssuesUNDERSTANDING ETHICAL AND SOCIAL ISSUES RELATED TO SYSTEMSEssentials of Management Information SystemsEssentials of Management Information SystemsChapter 5 Ethical and Social Issues in the Digital FirmChapter 5 Ethical and Social Issues in the Digital Firm5.4•Datamining advances:Datamining advances: Analysis of Analysis of vast quantities of datavast quantities of data•Networking advances and the Networking advances and the Internet:Internet: Remotely accessing personal Remotely accessing personal datadata Key Technology Trends that Raise Ethical IssuesUNDERSTANDING ETHICAL AND SOCIAL ISSUES RELATED TO SYSTEMSEssentials of Management Information SystemsEssentials of Management Information SystemsChapter 5 Ethical and Social Issues in the Digital FirmChapter 5 Ethical and Social Issues in the Digital Firm5.5•Responsibility:Responsibility: Accepting the potential Accepting the potential costs, duties, and obligations for costs, duties, and obligations for decisionsdecisions•Accountability: Accountability: Assessing responsibility Assessing responsibility for decisions made and actions takenfor decisions made and actions takenBasic Concepts: Responsibility, Accountability, and LiabilityETHICS IN AN INFORMATION SOCIETYEssentials of Management Information SystemsEssentials of Management Information SystemsChapter 5 Ethical and Social Issues in the Digital FirmChapter 5 Ethical and Social Issues in the Digital Firm5.6•Liability: Liability: Permits individuals to recover Permits individuals to recover damagesdamages•Due process:Due process: Laws are well-known and Laws are well-known and understood, with an ability to appeal to understood, with an ability to appeal to higher authoritieshigher authoritiesBasic Concepts: Responsibility, Accountability, and LiabilityETHICS IN AN INFORMATION SOCIETYEssentials of Management Information SystemsEssentials of Management Information SystemsChapter 5 Ethical and Social Issues in the Digital FirmChapter 5 Ethical and Social Issues in the Digital Firm5.7•Golden rule:Golden rule: Do unto others as you Do unto others as you would have them do unto youwould have them do unto you•Immanuel Kant’s categorical Immanuel Kant’s categorical imperative:imperative: If an action is not right for If an action is not right for everyone to take, then it is not right for everyone to take, then it is not right for anyoneanyoneCandidate Ethical PrinciplesETHICS IN AN INFORMATION SOCIETYEssentials of Management Information SystemsEssentials of Management Information SystemsChapter 5 Ethical and Social Issues in the Digital FirmChapter 5 Ethical and Social Issues in the Digital Firm5.8•Descartes’ rule of change:Descartes’ rule of change: If an action If an action cannot be taken repeatedly, then it is not cannot be taken repeatedly, then it is not right to be taken at any timeright to be taken at any time•Utilitarian principle: Utilitarian principle: Put values in rank Put values in rank order and understand consequences of order and understand consequences of various courses of actionvarious courses of actionCandidate Ethical PrinciplesETHICS IN AN INFORMATION SOCIETYEssentials of Management Information SystemsEssentials of Management Information SystemsChapter 5 Ethical and Social Issues in the Digital FirmChapter 5 Ethical and Social Issues in the Digital Firm5.9•Risk aversion principle: Risk aversion principle: Take the Take the action that produces the least harm or action that produces the least harm or incurs the least costincurs the least cost•Ethical “no free lunch” rule: Ethical “no free lunch” rule: All All tangible and intangible objects are owned tangible and intangible objects are owned by creator who wants compensation for by creator who wants compensation for the workthe workCandidate Ethical PrinciplesETHICS IN AN INFORMATION SOCIETYEssentials of Management Information SystemsEssentials of Management Information SystemsChapter 5 Ethical and Social Issues in the Digital FirmChapter 5 Ethical and Social Issues in the Digital Firm5.10•Promises by professions to regulate Promises by professions to regulate themselves in the general interest of themselves in the general interest of societysociety•Promulgated by associations such as the Promulgated by associations such as the American Medical Association (AMA) and American Medical Association (AMA) and the American Bar Association (ABA)the American Bar Association (ABA)Professional Codes of ConductETHICS IN AN INFORMATION SOCIETYEssentials of Management Information SystemsEssentials of Management Information SystemsChapter 5 Ethical and Social Issues in the Digital FirmChapter 5 Ethical and Social Issues in the Digital Firm5.11Information Rights: Privacy and Freedom in the Internet Age•Privacy:Privacy: Claim of individuals to be left Claim of individuals to be left alone, free from surveillance or alone, free from surveillance or interference from other individuals, interference from other individuals, organizations, or the stateorganizations, or the state•Fair information practices:Fair information practices: Set of Set of principles governing the collection and principles governing the collection and use of


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