Difficulty: easy: property issues involve the ownership and value of information. Difficulty: easy: an individual or organization faced with an ethical decision is basically considering whether to break the law. Difficulty: easy: a code of ethics is a collection of principles that are intended to guide decision making by members of the organization. Information system, third canadian edition rainer: if something is unethical, that means it is illegal. Difficulty: medium: improvements in information technologies are leading to a decreasing number of ethical problems. Difficulty: easy: when you interview for a job at a company, it is likely that the company will google you and search social networking sites for information on you. Difficulty: easy: the right of privacy is absolute. Difficulty: easy: most electronic surveillance of employees is legal. Information system, third canadian edition rainer: determining whose laws should be followed is a problem related to the international aspects of privacy.