Professional Vs Professional Ethics

Part #1
Professional Ethics differs from that of an individual’s moral beliefs in the sense that it is the use of moral beliefs in a social construct. Morals are the core of a person’s belief system and when a professional who possesses advanced knowledge applies his or her moral values combined with the client’s best interest, this is considered to be Professional Ethics. It essentially is a social contract of trust that binds them to a certain set of responsibilities and accountabilities. It is the primary intention of this paper is to discuss Professional Ethics as it applies to the Technology Professionals. Practicing Professional Ethics, almost always, is reflective of a positive trust built between a client, a professional, and a team.
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As the http://www.citehr.com/130520-corporate-ethics-vs-professional-ethics.html webpage says:
“Professional ethics is related to the moral issues which arise on account of specialized know how which professionals attain, and how the use of this knowledge should be governed when providing a service to the public.”

The citehr.com webpage defines Professional Ethics as someone who has a special “know how,” which can be interpreted to include a deeper understanding of technology than that of the client. This is important because; sometimes a Technology Professional will have to use their better judgment and finesse when dealing with a client that has a pretty solid idea of what they want, with very little understanding of what solutions are available. Perhaps Technology Professionals possess a more clear understanding of both, the tangible and intangible benefits of a solution that a client does not quite
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For example, before the passage of the Electronic Communications Privacy Act of 1986 in the United States, government officials did not require a search warrant to collect personal information transmitted over computer communication networks. Nevertheless, even in the absence of a privacy law before 1986, computing professionals should have been aware of the obligation to protect the privacy of personal information.” https://www.ideals.illinois.edu/bitstream/handle/2142/12247/ecse909.pdf This means, it is the Technology Professionals responsibility to have thoroughly researched all technologies and processes used in design and creation of a system. It is the Technology Professionals responsibility preserve the privacy of all individual’s information to the highest of industry standards while maintaining functionality and creating a system that contributes to the betterment or well-being of an individual’s life. This is detailed in the ACM code of ethics, section 1.7:

1.7 Respect the privacy of

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