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    HMIS Synthesis Essay

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    In a few sentences, using information you have found through resources listed above (or from your own search), answer the questions you selected. Make sure you identify which question you are answering and make sure you cite your sources. Boundary: The technique does cross a personal boundary without permission. According to Epic’s article Poverty and Privacy, information…

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    Snapchat Phenomenon

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    "College Students Trust Snapchat despite Hack, Study Says." Mashable. N.p., 30 Oct. 2014. Web. Colao, JJ. "The Inside Story Of Snapchat: The World 's Hottest App Or A $3 Billion Disappearing Act?" Forbes. Forbes Magazine, 6 Jan. 2014. Web. 08 "Complaint, Request For Investigation, Injunction, and Other Relief." The Electronic Privacy Information Center, 16 May 2013. Web. Gross, Doug. "Snapchat: Sexting Tool, or the next Instagram?" CNN. Cable News Network, 10 Jan. 2013. Web. Hoover, Ryan.…

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    average citizen is unaware of what happens to the information they post to the internet. We share pictures and make comments without hesitation, not realizing that our words are forever ingrained into the fabric of the internet, being forever viewable to the world. Our online activity is constantly on display and is being tracked at every moment. The United States has been granted the ability to secretly examine, store, and distribute the metadata of potentially billions of people with the…

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    Solving Ethical Issues

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    would change in a different culture and, if so, why it would change. In this digital age, one major ethical concern is privacy. Currently, whether or not phone and other digital records should be tapped for police business is under debate. Naturally, there is an ethical conflict about whether…

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    The right to be forgotten aims to give back to people their control over personal data and make the consent regime more effective . Personal data is a daily issue on the Internet nowadays. In this online world in which personal information can be stored, collected and used and, moreover, can be remembered forever, the issue of privacy within personal data is extremely important. It eventually becomes essential, for the goal of this paper, to define what personal data is, before going deeply…

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    The aforementioned Facebook privacy cases deal with breaches to users’ private information, which those users disclosed on Facebook for the purpose of sharing with their friends and other users. Since Facebook provides various privacy controls, which allow users to customize the way their posted information is shared with others, users can expect Facebook to keep sensitive information protected from unwanted access and potential harm. However, as evidenced from the vast array of court cases and…

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    working process in the city management is more difficult. The “smart city” systems analyze huge number of data. And working with the results could help city’ managers make better decisions. At the same time, the decisions could help to improve the working processes. In this case, both New York and Barcelona get the benefits from “smart city” programs. They improved the environment protection, energy using, and public life. However, many people also worry about the public information security and…

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    The boom of Management Information Systems (MIS) has resulted in major social, financial, and economic advancements in the twenty-first century. But like any major milestone in the advancement of the human race, the development of MIS has come with issues of moral and ethical dilemmas. Both business and private uses of MIS have the potential to cause financial, economic, and in extreme cases physical and mental harm to parties that use these modernized services. In 2013, the Internet Crime…

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    The use of monitoring software in a business setting carries ethical questions about the level of monitoring conducted by employers and how this monitoring and restriction of access effects employee morale, and corporate trust. Employees will shop, do their banking, check up on personal emails, catch up on social media, tweet and in extreme cases watch their favorite Netflix series or television show. While some of these employees do this on occasion or on a short break such as lunch, others…

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    The Land of the Unfree The word “patriot” has changed in meaning throughout time; however it has always seemed to be defined as someone that vigorously supports their country. Within the last few decades terrorism has become a major issue and if it wasn’t for the creation of the USA Patriot Act in 2001, by President George W. Bush, we probably would have had a larger amount of terrorist attacks then we actually had. The Patriot Act has helped monitor foreign communications, as well as…

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