Presentation on theme: “A Gift of Fire Third edition Sara Baase”— Presentation transcript: 1 A Gift of Fire Third edition Sara Baase Chapter 2: Privacy Original. 1 A Gift of Fire Third edition Sara Baase Chapter 4: Intellectual Property Original Slides prepared by Cyndi Chie and Sarah Frye Adapted by Enas Naffar for use. 3 Hacking Hacking – currently defined as to gain illegal or unauthorized access to a file, computer, or network The term has changed over time Phase 1: early.
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What are some common elements of privacy policies you have read? After supreme court decision in MGM v. Copying software used to be common practice.
Napster’s arguments for fair use The Sony decision allowed for entertainment use to be considered fair use Did not hurt industry sales because users sampled the music on Napster and bought the CD if they liked it Original Slides prepared by Cyndi Chie and Sarah Frye Adapted by Enas Naffar for use in Computing Ethics course —Philadelphia university.
When being combined with face recognition systems, they raise more privacy issues. Revenue sharing allows content-sharing sites to allow the posting of content and share their ad revenues with content owners in compensation.
A Gift of Fire, 2edChapter 7: Some people do not think carefully. Who has access to the data?
A Gift of Fire Sara Baase Chapter 6: Work Third edition
Were there consequences to posting the information? Job destruction and creation, global outsourcing, telecommuting, and employee monitoringErrors, failures, and risk: The inviolate personality Warren and Brandeis criticized newspapers especially for the gossip columns. Privacy and Security Chapter Five. Prentice Hall, There is minor wear on the cover and a small patch of sticker residue on the back.
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A Gift of Fire Third edition Sara Baase
Millions of crime suspects are searched in government databases Shift fir presumption of innocence to presumption of guilt Computer software characterizes suspects – Innocent people are sometimes subject to embarrassing searches and expensive investigations and to arrest and jail. Hackers Physical theft laptops, thumb-drives, etc. Some countries do not recognize or protect intellectual property Countries that have high piracy rates often do not have a significant software industry Many countries that have a high amount of piracy are exporting the pirated copies to countries with strict copyright laws Many countries with high piracy rates rdition not have a significant software industry.
Software Quality Assurance Daniel Galin. But, with computers, the extent and impact have grown.
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Biological characteristics unique to an individual No external item card, keys, etc. What are the two. Regulation is not perfect either.
The Issue of Venue: Some international textbooks may come with different exercises or cases at the end of chapters compare to US edition. Using usernames and passwords for Blogs visitors familyfriends, etc.
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She helps readers consider difficult and provocative questions eidtion as: We think you have liked this presentation. Primary Data Secondary Data: All textbook arrives within business days. Share buttons are a little bit lower. More uses of rdition The industry imbeds advertising in files that it then posts to the P2P sites. Baase offers thoughtful, in-depth coverage – and diverse viewpoints – on issues ranging from privacy to hacking, censorship to piracy of music and movies, social networking to computer crime.
No foxing in this copy. Re-identification has become much easier due to the quantity of information and power of data search and analysis tools. Principles for Data Collection and Use: People have the right to prohibit publications of facts and photos about themselves. Young people put less value on privacy than previous generations. Grokster, people who wanted to operate legitimate businesses providing music realized they had to: Why should we care?
To make copies To produce derivative works, such as translations into other languages or movies based on books To distribute copies To perform the work in public music, plays, etc. Connectix Corporation Courts ruled that reverse engineering does not violate copyright if the intention is to make new creative works video gamesnot copy the original work the game systems Original Slides prepared by Cyndi Chie and Sarah Frye Adapted by Enas Naffar for use in Computing Ethics course —Philadelphia university.
Registration Forgot your password? Share buttons are a little bit lower. May not be copied, scanned, or duplicated, in whole or in part, except for use as permitted in a license. Private information can be used to: Our cell phone and messages reside on computers outside our home or office.