Journal of Library Administration, 16 4: Putting out the flames: New Zealand Libraries, 46 Principles of Information Systems. In the realm of non-scientific technology, the development of technology for military use has raised questions about the responsibilities inherent in creating technology that can help encourage or exacerbate war and genocide.
According to this principle, companies information professionals that have collected information about a person must diligently inform that person about the various uses of the information.
This type of information is of relevance to all categories of information professionals. Two examples can be given. The Individual and Socio-economical Effect The use of technology for the processing of personal and other forms of private information has far reaching effects on society.
The burden is on the client to respond, and a lack of response implies consent. The Journal of Academic Librarianship, 19 5: Because of the ever-evolving nature of technology, new ethical and legal considerations are constantly arising to challenge ethicists and legal professionals alike.
There is thus a relationship between privacy, freedom and human dignity. The information exchanged during a reference interview between the user and the information professional can be seen as an example. The question here is whether an information professional may use any of these four categories of private information for any other reasons than the original reason given for the gathering thereof.
As a norm it thus guides the information professional regarding the accurate and factually correct handling of private information. This is due to the development and use of technology. This implies that the information professional acknowledges the right of the client to control to a certain extent any personal and private information8 - based on the norm of freedom.
The moment that this will is relinquished the information is no longer regarded as private. The problem here does not in the first place arise from the integration of the information as such. Privacy, computers and personal information: It is then the responsibility of the information professional to see to it that the necessary corrections are made and again verified by the client Fouty,p.
The confidential treatment of information is not only applicable to the above-mentioned four categories of private and personal information - it may refer to any category of information, such as, inter alia, trade secrets.
Clients must then be given an opportunity to consent to these uses or to withhold their consent. This information is closely related to property right.
The legal right to privacy is constitutionally protected in most democratic societies. Free speech, pornography, sexual harassment, and electronic networks. Suid-Afrikaanse Tydskrif vir Biblioteek- en Inligtingkunde, 57 3. On the other hand, a person can be excluded from necessary information in electronic format by means of a variety of security measures such as passwords.
This implies that the information can legally be dealt with as trade information. Information ethics in a complicated age. Firstly, it serves as norm for the factual correctness of information.
This is especially true in the South African situation where there is, for example no legislation on the protection of privacy to provide for information handled via E-mail. This coincides with the shift in ethical values and the emergence of the cyberpunk culture with the motto of "information wants to be free".
This norm is closely related to freedom, but can be regarded as a more concretely applicable norm. An example is the processing of medical information. These areas include, inter alia the following: An ethical code for library administrators.
Truth as an ethical norm has a dual ethical application. This normally refers to medical information and enjoys separate legal protection Neethling,p.THE IMPACT OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY ON THE ETHICS OF PUBLIC SECTOR MANAGEMENT IN THE The opportunities posed by advances in information technology It is argued that the achievement of ethical conduct within the new morality of economic life remains a difficult problem for the public sector and.
• What were the advances in information technology that resulted in new ethical issues necessitating the creation of each act? ANSWER: Technology has got both its good side and evil side and it is the advancement in different forms of technology which along with benefitting the human society is also contributing to the rise of social.
TECHNOLOGY AS A THREAT TO PRIVACY: Ethical Challenges to the Information Profession. and proposed solutions to these ethical issues for the information profession. 1.
INTRODUCTION Ethical Aspects of Information Technology. New Jersey: Prentice-Hall Inc. Stair, R.M. (). Information Technology Acts Paper advances in information technology resulted in new ethical issues that needed to addressed and necessitating the creation of The United States Computer Fraud and Abuse Act of and the Children’s Internet Protection Act of are to be addressed in this paper.
What were the advances in information technology that resulted in new ethical issues necessitating the creation of each act? March 20, datapro Select two of the following acts to research.
The advances in information technology that resulted in new ethical issues necessitating in the creation of the FCRA, is that in today’s society various agencies can have access to their own and the personal information of others right from home.Download