Electronic Communications Privacy Act

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  • Ethical And Social Issues In Information Systems Case Study

    think about these relationships is given in Figure 4-1. Imagine society as a more or less calm pond on a summer day, a delicate ecosystem in partial equilibrium with individuals and with social and political institutions. Individuals know how to act in this pond because social institutions (family, education, organizations) have developed well-honed rules of behavior, and these are supported by laws developed in the political sector that prescribe behavior and promise sanctions for…

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  • Pros And Cons Of Domestic Surveillance

    “President’s Surveillance Program” (Electronic Frontier Foundation para. 1). This is an example of how the domestic surveillance program is used today. The issue of domestic surveillance has been around for a while since about 2001. This issue has two main sides, for it or against it, people for it are more concerned about the safety aspect however on…

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  • Clinical Nursing Practice

    and community as an interrelated and unified entity. Registered nurses are central to the critical changes necessary for effective healthcare delivery in today’s ever changing society. Methods Along with the gathering of material from the text, electronic searches were completed and information was attained by means of Google Scholar (2010-2015) and the online database provided by St. Johns River State College (SJRSC) (2010-2015). More…

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  • Importance Of Healthcare Informatics

    the Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Health Act as part of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act. Informatics is in almost every health care setting in one form or another. Informatics is utilized in many different forms in healthcare settings today. One major way informatics is utilized in healthcare settings today is by Electronic healthcare records. The majority of healthcare is utilizing Electronic healthcare records (EHR) today because of the federal mandate…

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  • Cyber Incident Response Framework

    occurs is critical.” Therefore, it is important for all organizations to develop and follow a cyber incident response framework such as the illustration in Appendix D. The top priority should be an organization’s governance. This entails good communication on all levels, thorough and accurate documentation of policies, and cross-functional coordination. Next, there are four important pillars to consider: 1. Strategy 2. Technology 3. Business Operations 4. Risk and Compliance Strategy refers to…

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  • Patient-Centric Systems (HIT)

    care more cost effective and improve its quality. Some of the health information technology include consumer health IT applications, clinical decision support, electronic medical record systems (EMRs, EHRs, and PHRs), computerized provider order entry, computerized disease registries, and electronic prescribing.…

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  • The Patriot Act: The Dangers Of The Patriot Act

    the “Patriot Act.” The purpose of the Patriot Act is to surveil cellphones, tablets and anything that has a connection to the internet without you knowing. It is unconstitutional…

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  • Privacy In The Workplace: A Case Study

    Employees should have the right to a reasonable amount of privacy “A co-worker who was changing light bulbs, one day in October, 1995, stumbled on the camera, lying on a newly installed shelf near the ceiling. He pulled the tape from it and watched the video with Nelson, who was shocked to see herself changing clothes” (Lewis 20). Gail Nelson was a secretary at Salem State College in the Small Business Development Center. She choked, when she saw a videotape in which she was changing her…

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  • Chapter 3: The Dangers Of The Cyber World

    cyber bullying takes place “when the Internet, cell phones or other devices are used to send or post text or images intended to hurt or embarrass another person.” Cyber bullying involves acts that seek to control, manipulate, falsely dishonor, or humiliate a person or entity using the computer as a mode of communication. The actions are deliberate and done repeatedly on purpose with the sole intention of causing harm. Cyber bullying is being increasingly used in schools. In a recent incident, a…

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  • Civil Liberties Pros And Cons

    times of war in the United States have produced situations in which the U.S. government has given national security concerns a higher priority that protection of the public’s civil liberties (American Civil Liberties 1). Americans are losing their privacy to tens of thousands of video cameras operated by private corporations and government authorities. People are being watched when they shop, drive, attend sporting events, or simply walk down the street (Smithsimon 1). Not only are citizens…

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