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Ryerson University
Information Technology Management
ITM 100
Deb Fels

Chapter 4 study notes: Ethics: The rights and wrongs that individuals acting as free moral agents use to make choices to guide their behavior Information rights: What rights do people and organizations have in respects to themselves, what can they protect. Profiling: Using computer to create a detailed dossier about customers, this information is often sold to third-party companies so they can improve their ads NORA- nonobvious relationship awareness, a system that can instantly track people who might be related through something as simple as the phone number being used Responsibility: Accept cost, duties and obligations for the choices you make Accountability: Social institutions have systems in place to determine who is responsible who took the responsible action and who to hold on account for Liability: A system the allows individuals to recover damage done by other actors, systems or organizations Due process: A process in law governed societies where laws are understood and appeals can be made to higher authorities Golden rule: Treat other as you would like to be treated Immanuel Kant’s Categorical imperative: if it’s not right for everyone then it’s not right for anyone. If everyone did this could organizations of societies survive? Descartes’ rule of change: If you can’t repeat an action then it’s no good and should not be taken at all Utilization Principle: Taking the action that achieves greater or higher value Risk Aversion Principle: Take the action with the least risk or potential cost No free lunch rule: Assume that all intangible and tangible things are owned by someone and that usually require some form of payment Privacy: The demand to be left alone for al
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