Anonymity and exclusion
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...Anonymity and exclusion Task: ANONYMITY AND EXCLUSION Introduction The paper gives a brief summary of anonymity and exclusion together with a few examples as pertaining legal terms. The two terms are mostly used as legal terms to mean two different viewpoints . Anonymity Anonymity typically means a state of an individual hiding his or her personal identity hence publicly unknown. There are several reasons as to why people prefer being anonymous or to withhold identity. People prefer taking charity acts so that benefactors are not easily identified. Witnesses who appear in court cases are...
Anonymity: Morals, Ethics, Responsibilities
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...Anonymity? Anonymity has the potential to affect ethics, morals and the responsibilities of an individual. Anonymity gives an individual the freedom to live in disguise. Being anonymous affects the morals, ethics and responsibilities of an individual because the individual is faced with a situation of competing obligations, duties and conflicts of interests. These individuals are also needed to make explicit and implicit choices between the interests and values of different groups and individuals. During a research, an anonymous participant has the right to confidentiality and privacy. However, the researcher is challenged by legal... How Are Ones Morals, Ethics, And Responsibilities Affected By...
Anonymity and Networks Essay
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...Anonymity in Internet Anonymity is a major security feature for ensuring confidentiality and security for internet users. Anonymity ensures that the information exchanged through the internet cannot be traced to the internet user. Three types of Internet anonymity include full anonymity and pseudonymity. Many internet anonymity systems have some flaws which allow eavesdroppers to access personal information. Internet anonymity is offered through anonymous servers and anonymous internet users. Though anonymity is a...
Anonymity and Abuse on the Internet
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...Anonymity and Abuse on the Internet It is a well known fact globally that the Internet has been a bane for the people who call it their ultimate andmost prized pastime. However this has changed for the worse in the recent times since there have been serious problems which have engulfed the domains of the Internet for the sake of its users, the different stakeholders and so on. The issue of anonymity is one that has posed a number of concerns for the people who use the Internet because there are so many individuals who hide their identities and therefore pose as imposters (Saco 2002). Similarly abuse is another aspect that has come to the fore with the...
IS INTERNET ANONYMITY A MYTH OR REALITY?
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...ANONYMITY A MYTH OR REALITY? With the growing usage of internet every user feels to be anonymous. As internet is used for online speech, forums, shopping, financial transactions, blogs, relay chats and conferencing maintaining the anonymity of the user becomes essential. There are many tools available for maintaining anonymity over internet, each with its own advantage and disadvantage. Apart from the primitive anonymity tools, the common anonymity tools include latency networks and multi proxy aggregate services. As internet is more vulnerable to attacks, the functioning of these design and implementation of anonymity tools depend on the network topology, specific protocols required... ?IS INTERNET...
Does anonymity on the web give people too much freedom to torment others?
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...anonymity on the web give people too much freedom to torment others? Anonymity is the of being unknown to most people. Individuals can be anonymous on the web and still be able to be active on social networks like every other subscriber. Since time immemorial, however, there have been ongoing debates on whether anonymity is suitable for all web users. The most recent debate is by critics who argue that anonymity on the web gives people too much freedom to torment others. Anonymity on the web allows victims of traumatizing experiences to speak publicly about their experiences. This in turn helps discuss and come up with realistic ideas on how to help shy victims. Potential victims are also... Does...
The evolution of the law on the anonymity of witnesses: the governments provisions fail to provide a balance with anonymity and a defendants' rights
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...anonymity of witness in criminal justice system is not new. Witnesses fear intimidation especially in cases where thedefendant is accused of involvement in heinous crimes. Prosecution, too, is of the opinion that many criminals escape justice because witnesses do not come forward to give evidence. To handle this situation, English courts have allowed prosecution witness to give evidence anonymously on case to case basis, in the past two decades. This method is basically aimed to encourage people to give evidence in heinous crimes. One might have passed by when the incident occurred so anonymity of witness allows him to come forward and speak. This concealment... of identity is not only from...
In your opinion, can a criminal trial be fair if witnesses are granted anonymity?
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...Anonymity is considered... ?Introduction One of the critical aims of the criminal justice system is that the defendant should receive a fair trial and Prosecution has to play acritical role in ensuring that the fair trial is delivered to the defendant. Fairness of trial therefore is considered as one of the fundamental rights and have been given due importance in almost every Human Rights instrument. What is however, critical is to assess the nature and extent of fairness and what it demands under different circumstances. The relevance of interests in any given situation therefore is considered as one of the essential elements which may put the notion of fairness of trials at relative disadvantage....
Critical Analysis of the quote: Online anonymity makes people become more extraverted (and, therefore, they also behave more extraverted.
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...anonymity makes people become more extroverted The ments that online anonymity makes people become more extroverted in increasingly becoming true in the modern world especially in the use of social networks. It has become common for many individuals to spend their time online and because of this, as well as the anonymity it offers, many of these individuals have developed characters and profiles which are the opposite of their own nature. The development of profiles reflecting the opposite of true personalities of internet users, while seemingly innocent, has made possible an increase in instances of mental disorders. One mental disorder which is brought about through the use of social media...
The Effect of Emotional and Psychosocial Difficulties and Anonymity in Online Interaction on the Willingness of Teenagers to Engage in Cyber Bullying
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...Anonymity in Online Interaction on the Willingness of Teenagers to Engage in Cyber Bullying A Research Proposal Name Course Title Name of the Professor Date of Submission Table of Contents Chapter I Introduction Statement of the Problem Page 3 Brief Background to the Problem Page 3-4 Brief Statement of the Significance of the Problem Page 4 Purpose of the Study Page 4 Specific Objectives Page 5 Hypothesis Page 5 Chapter II Review of Related Literature Theme 1: Defining and Categorizing Cyber Bullying Page 5-6 Theme 2: The Profile of a Cyber Bully Page 6-7 Theme 3: Emotional and Psychosocial Motivators for Cyber... ?Running Head: Cyber Bullying The Effect of Emotional and Psychosocial Difficulties and...
Cybersecurity
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...anonymity has helped better society, industry, and individuals. Does the malicious use of anonymity outweigh the positive benefits it provides? Anonymity on the internet has emerged as an important issue within the contexts of modern society, industry as well as individuals. It is in this context that anonymity on internet can have diverse consequences for the users owing to its diverse features to render uncomplicated access to every media with minimum or no charges. Many of the users or rather web hackers today, implement software applications such as Tor which allocates active communication facilities around a network as a result... of which the sender or the information cannot be...
How the rapid evolution of technology and our utilization of it can affect and change our identities.
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...Anonymity is what is currently agonizing most of us in our society. The development of Technology hasmade it easy to access information anytime and anywhere with ease. Singer, the author of the article, “Visible Man: Ethics in a World without Secrets” explains such case. On the other hand, we sometimes find ourselves in a secret situation without knowing. It is not us who try to hide, but, the things we use make us anonymous. For example, Tom Vanderbilt, the author of the article “Shut Up, I can’t here you” explains that drivers find themselves anonymous. While most of us believe that loss of anonymity is not good for us, some consider a loss of anonymity as a benefit to the society... Introduction...
Do you agree or disagree that city life is preferable over life in the country? Defend your position, or choose ONE of the other following topics below.
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...anonymity, entertainment, and convenience. In the country, everybody knows everybody. In the city, no one really cares about an individual’s business. In the city, numerous forms of entertainment exist. Plays, movies, and other venues are easily accessible. Convenience is also readily at hand in the city. Food, shops, and other stores are open at all hours. In the end, city life is preferable to life in the country. The most important aspect of city life is anonymity. In a small country town a person cannot cross the street without it being told to a relative or the whole town. If an individual gets pulled over by a cop, or is disciplined... life is preferable to life in the country. Three reasons are...
Report - analyse of policy
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...Anonymity policy of the Lifeline service in Australia and the conclusions of the report point out how the Anonymity policy of the organization has ensured higher level of privacy and confidentiality to all its clients. In analyzing the policy of the Lifeline in Australia, special efforts are made to show why many clients prefer tele counseling to face to face counseling. The anonymity policy of the organization is elaborately dealt... prevention and support, abuse and violence, loneliness and life direction, taking into account the fact that the needs of the people can vary “genders and age groups and between rural and metropolitan areas” (Lifeline: About 13 11 14. 2008 ). The major aim of...
Discussion board forum
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...anonymity, respect for privacy and assessment of only the relevant components. Informed consent Informed consent is considered to be the most major ethical issue in conducting research and most of the experienced researchers give it the definition of a person expressively, willingly and logically, and in a clear and manifest way gives his consent (Deborah 2003). Basically, it is one of the most outright ways that a person’s autonomy... ETHICAL CONSIDERATIONS IN CONDUCTING EVALUATION RESEARCH (DISCUSSION BOARD FORUM) Typically, ethics are knownto refer to a system of principles which can analytically alter previous considerations about choices and actions; moreover, they are based in the branch of...
Criminal Law and Justice
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...Anonymity in Rape Cases Introduction Rape cases are rising rapidly in the world today. The high rape cases in the world has made it a complex crime to analyze. This is because many sexual attacks are not reported by the affected. Sexual assault against women and children has become an issue of concern in the world and has made the ruling government in the countries faced by this problem to pass laws that protect the affected. Human rights groups have also played a major role in dealing with this issue of sexual assault in the world. However, the laws that are passed seem to favor the women and children who are sexually abused leaving out those that have been accused of committing the offence... ...
Are the concepts of contagion and deindividuation adequate explanations of rioting and looting behaviour? Discuss this in relation to Social identity theory
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...anonymity of people in crowd and is defined as a “condition of relative anonymity in which group members do not feel single out of identifiable” (Vander Zanden 1981, p. 290). The point is that anonymity allows people to reveal the emotions and actions that are usually held back in society where each human has individuality. So anonymity becomes a basis for euphoria that makes people feel free doing anything they want together with others. In fact the theory of deindividuation claims that the loss of identity in a crowd weakens people’s inner social restrictions that usually hold them from acting enormously... THE CONCEPTS OF DEINDIVIDUATION AND CONTAGION IN EXPLAINING RIOTS Location Collective behavior...
THe end of solitude by William Deresiewicz'
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...anonymity is a great contemporary terror (Deresiewicz, 2009). I disagree with this idea because not all persons socialize to the extent of negating anonymity. Today, there are people around the world that Americans have not heard of. On the same note, the existence of some communities in America is unknown to other countries around the world. In other words, anonymity has been, and will remain to be, part of human life. A key example in the anonymity factor is the lifestyle of the Amish people. Amish communities are yet to embrace new and advanced technologies that keep the world connected. When people talk about Amish communities, the actual essence of solitude... Solitude is here to Stay William...
Essay 1 Background work
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...anonymity... . By such statements, they may ignite aggressive attitude towards the artist and towards the ideas Princess Hijab expresses; also, critics may distort the overall idea of PH’s art and cause misunderstanding in the society. First of all, the message of the art itself is veiled and, due to this, it is open for interpretation and criticism. Through the anonymity of her persona, she veils her real intentions as well as the background that inspired her to act that way. By deciding to be an anonymous artists, she might be veiling from herself the desire to be paid attention at and being publicly discussed. Her critics, in their turn, veil the society’s...
Rating Sites
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...Anonymity "that it all started with sites in which students rated their teachers anonymously. Now there are sites which rate professionals like lawyers and doctors, and also services. Pfeiffer claims that since all these sites are anonymous, we can't say whether they are genuine. Since anonymity... is the essence of the internet, it is not possible to find out who is posting the ratings. So the reader has to use his own intelligence and judge for himself if the posting is genuine or false. Pfeiffer concludes that as the traffic to these rating cites increase, we will be forced to think of closing the anonymous rating sites. Although the rating sites can be abused, they can...
The Construction Of Identity Through Social Media Platform: Facebook
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...anonymity where, individuals take advantage of Multi-User domains that enable the exploration of multiple self-identities (Gonzales & Hancock 172). Most of the anonymity constructed online result from an influence by age nationality or race and gender. However, social networking... The construction of identity through social media platform: Facebook As a result of the advent of social media platforms such as the Facebook and the emergent of other online environment in the society, individuals now have an avenue to construct different identities. These identities, in most cases, are not in tandem to an individual’s identity as reflected in the real world. Most of these identities, are constructed in...
How might deindividuation theory explain the looting behaviour that sometimes accompanies crowd riots? What are the strengths an
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...anonymity’ (Dixon & Mahendran, 2007, p. 6). Festinger et al. were able to refine the vague notion of ‘group mind’ provided by Le Bon and presented the psychology of crowd behaviour in clear and measurable way (Dixon & Mahendran, 2007, p. 6). In a clear and objective manner, they described how the antecedent aspects like ‘anonymity’ and ‘group immersion’ in crowd behaviour, brings a psychological shift in individual’s self-perception, which they called... ? Deindividuation theory: A major contribution to social psychology of the of the Introduction Looting behaviour by crowd is one of the most threatening aspects of riots or mob attacks. Looting behaviour results not only in loss of money and business,...
An Investigation of Career Barriers for Female Television News Anchor in Nigeria
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...anonymity as well as secrecy will be maintained throughout the research.... The proposal is of a research paper that is going to explore the factors and issues that hinder the career growth of Nigerian female T.V. anchors. Though fame, glamour and status recognition had attracted females since the advent of first TV channel in Nigeria, but the cultural bias, gender discrimination, traditional values, stereotypical association with family life, ageism, physical appearances, etc. had caused strong barriers in their path. The intention is to note the role of current TV anchors in society, religion, governance, family as well as the influences of these roles on their media life. The paper is also going to...
Computer Ethics
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...anonymity on the internet is that it allows an individual to share thought that are controversial or thought inappropriate for the conservative society, without the fear of being known. Another case for anonymity is that it allows people to ask technical questions, which they would want to openly declare they do not know (Mahan, 2001). A case against anonymity is that it allows for the abuse and irresponsible use and dissemination of information. Anonymity provides individuals an avenue through which they can avoid accountability and responsibility, over the illegal activities they undertake on the internet (Nozick, 1975). The techniques of remaining... Computer Ethics While the positive rights allow...
'Majority rule is the right response to resolving disagreements in society.' Discuss.
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...anonymity, neutrality and should structure out a deliberative process. Anonymity and Neutrality argument Anonymity and neutrality are expressions of the ideal of formal justice. Anonymity and neutrality should count decisively in favor of a voting procedure only if one can never imagine circumstances in which influence should be different among voters. Hence satisfying anonymity and neutrality to justifying a voting... ? Introduction Democracy is defined as a form of government in which the supreme power is vested in the people and exercised by them either directly or indirectly by their elected agents. However in practice democracy is governed by its most popularly understood principle of majority rule. ...
Privacy paper
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...anonymity and solitude” (Spinello 305). These three elements will be discussed even further in the following paragraphs. Secrecy is an important element of privacy because it protects the individual/s involved. However, in our world today, information is easily collected and leaked out as James Moor terms it, information is “greased” (249). Whether the information is harmful or otherwise, the fact indeed remains that with the technological advancements, private information is easily stored and retrieved, violating the right of a person... Full The importance of Privacy For years, people valued privacy as an integral part of life but in this technological generation, privacy concerns lean more toward...
Types of Surveys/ Week 4
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...anonymously rather than in a personal interview or a telephonic survey... In the following situations, decide whether you would use a personal interview, telephone survey, or self-administered questionnaire. Give your reasons. a) A survey of the residents of a new subdivision on why they happened to select that area in which to live. You also wish to secure some information about what they like and do not like about life in the subdivision. Solution: The questionnaire type to be used for this is a ‘self – administered’ questionnaire. The main reason for the choice is to receive honest responses from the interviewees. For questions that are personal, it is always simpler for the respondents to answer anony...
Evidence Based Health
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...anonymity. In my view, the participants though well informed about what pertains the research, had no ability to give an informed consent at the initial stages. However, the data collected from the participants when they had already joined the university was more satisfactory... Fair Selection of Participants In any viable research, the researcher must be very keen when selecting the participants. The participants must be a representation of the general public and thus the results obtained and conclusions reached after analysis of the collected data can be used for the benefit of the whole population. The importance of any research work is to collect information from a small but satisfactory sample and...
Discussion: Field Research
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...anonymity is not preserved. Furthermore, the place of the interview does not encourage the respondent to talk freely since there are other people present especially since it is done in the streets. Also, since the questionnaire is already prepared before hand, the interviewer is not free to ask other pertinent questions. 2... Field Research Discussion: Field Research Identify all of the methods used in this study. Comment on whether they were effective. The method used in the study is the formal questionnaire where the participants were interviewed informally based on a questionnaire. This method may not be very effective because the respondent may not be very honest because anonymity is not preserv...
Opinion paper
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...anonymity and expediency of the Internet, it has been turned into another way of performing and covering crimes. One of the most inhumane crimes done online is sexual child abuse, either through viewing it or “ordering” children online for actual sexual practices. The depravity of these criminal acts has led to the formation of task forces, where entrapment is used to catch sexual predators. Entrapment is a sensitive law enforcement practice and strategy. Law enforcers should maximize its opportunities in determining and apprehending sexual... Entrapment of Sexual Predators: Opportunities and Limitations Online Entrapment of Sexual Predators: Opportunities and Limitations Because of the anonymity and ex...
Protection of research participants
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...anonymity and confidentiality of their information, and they should also be informed about the measures... Protection of Research Participants It is very important for the researchers to assure the participants of their research study that their personal information, or any experiences they have shared, will be protected, not misused or sold, not altered, and not used without their consent. Protecting the participants’ information is an important ethical consideration that needs to be looked at seriously. First of all, it is important to take approval from the concerned authorities and from the research ethics committee. Then, important measures should be taken to protect the participants’ sensitive...
Electronic frontier
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...anonymous on the internet and express my views accordingly. With the help of EFF I believe that I can challenge anyone who finds my anonymity illegal or tries to find my identity and threaten me in any case. If I find out that anyone is trespassing the line of my privacy I can always approach the organization and inform my government regarding the necessary issues so as to avoid any legal repercussions. I believe that I can protect my privacy to the fullest of extent if given the knowledge provided by the organization. The newest technology allows one to detect when anyone is trying malinger against you or is trying to impose something that I may not have...
Patient satisfaction
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...Anonymity should be highly... PATIENT SATISFACTION Patient satisfaction refers to methods designed to determine the level of service being offered to patients in terms of quality, interpersonal relationship, availability and conduct of the health services providers. A number of tools have been developed to measure satisfaction levels of the patient such as use of questionnaire, surveys, direct interviews with patients and holding of forums and seminars with the patients so as to discuss general issues affecting them thus establishing how they are satisfied by the services. Patient satisfaction questionnaire is used to measure the satisfaction level. In developing the questionnaire, one must focus one fin...
Criminal Cases in Health Care
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...anonymity of the data they collect from their patients and that they use the information for the intended purposes only. This essay revolves around a Texas healthcare provider who wrongfully disclosed patient information for personal gain. In divulging the information, the healthcare provider in question violated the Health Insurance Portability Accountability Act (HIPAA) of 1996, which govern and protects the privacy of information that healthcare providers collect from patients. Similarly, the HIPAA laws sets the standards that oversee the safety... Cases in Healthcare Criminal Cases in Healthcare Healthcare laws stipulate that healthcare providers should routinely guarantee the anonymity of the data ...
Discussion questions1-10
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...Anonymity on internet is useful to those who like to discuss certain... Discussion In the programming language, Polymorphism, uniform interface handles the different types of data. There exist 3 types of polymorphism, namely, Ad-hoc polymorphism, parametric polymorphism, and Subtype polymorphism or inclusion polymorphism. In the event that a non-technical project team member makes the statement that polymorphism is just a fancy word for messaging, it would be appropriate to say that, it has wider knowledge and ideas involved in it. Polymorphism allows two or more objects respond to the same message. In Polymorphism a sending object communicates with different objects in a consistent manner without...
Research Methods
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...anonymity. After acquiring a brief idea about the prevalence of distinct ethical dilemmas, certain ways can be apparently observed to deal with such dilemmas effectively. These ways entail gaining precise along with proper consent of research participants, keeping the obtained responses separately so that privacy as well as confidentiality of valuable does not get hampered and paying mush respect towards anonymity among others (SAGE Publications, 2007). References Bland, J.M. (2008). Measurement in health... Research Methods Decision of Using Composite or Summated Scale Score The notion of summated scale score is regarded as a group of collected questionsthat are internally related with each other and...
Discussion questions ( NO topic )
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...anonymity or invisibility, for instance, if a marketing researcher would like to know customers’ buying behavior in natural settings. It is also most appropriate in instances where the data are not easily... 1) Under what condition is observation study most appropriate? Observation is a process that is very important to the development and advancement ofnew products and/or services. It is a process that provides numerous ways of searching for innovative ideas. Observation research is most appropriate in conditions that require identification of natural response to different stimuli, such as how consumers will react to new products and/or services. It is most appropriate in conditions that require...
Legal and Ethical Issues
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...anonymity & confidentiality Right to fair treatment Right to protection from discomfort & harm One may refer to them as the code for ethical behavior during research. Ethics is a pause to wonder, to question, to step back, to notice. (Moules, 2006). The rules permit covered entities such as hospitals, clinics and health care providers in general to release de-identified data without obtaining an authorization. There are no further restrictions upon use or disclosure because de-identified data is not personal... LEGAL AND ETHICAL ISSUES IN NURSING of Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) is designed toenable the researchers to obtain Protected Health Information in the course of...
COMPUTER CRIME
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...anonymity and inability to be traced thus propagating computer crimes... Computer Crime Computer crime refers to utilization of information technology to attain illegal objectives or to access a computer system without authority with the intention of causing damage or altering data in the system (Stephenson & Gilbert, 2013). Despite the full use of computers from the 1970s, crimes related to computers as victims and tools remained rare. When the first such crime was reported, Kizza (2013) observes that it was difficult for law enforcement agencies to act appropriately due to their limited knowledge as compared to perpetrators. However, the modern world experiences an increasing rate of computer crimes,...
Application Exercise
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...anonymity and confidentiality for the respondent (if present, describe). From the copy of the survey, it is clear that the respondents are assured of anonymity and confidentiality of the information provided. This is because there is no requirement whatsoever for the respondent to provide their names. Furthermore, there is no place left for respondent’s name. This is probably meant to make the respondents become more open and provide information that could be used for future improvement of the program (Fondern, 2006). Are instructions present at the beginning of the survey? If so... Trainee Evaluation Report Trainee Evaluation Report After having visited the Human Resource Director of Regional...
Assignment prompt
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...anonymous and probably the time... Assignment Prompt Answer Both the stories, “Cask of Amontillado” and “The Tell-Tale Heart” are contemporary and came out of the casket of one of the prominent writers of fiction in English literature, Edgar Allan Poe. Both the stories are brilliantly constituted, keeping in mind, the blood drenched plot of 19th century fashion. The “Cask of Amontillado” is a story about a gruesome revenge and encompasses a burial of a man alive, quite similar to the trend of fiction in early 19th century where as “The Tell-Tale Heart” is a story that surpasses every kind of psychoanalysis and leaves no place for disliking them. “Cask of Amontillado” bears a setting of a city which is...
WEEK 4 DISCUSSION PART 1
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...anonymity of the participants will be maintained unless instructed otherwise. In addition, the study will also target professional in the medical and legislative sectors who have facilitated the scheme either directly or indirectly. The study will be conducted through both open ended and closed ended questionnaires. Research assistant will conduct manual interviews and filling of questionnaires, however, electronic (online) questionnaires will be available. In either... Week 4 Discussion Part Medicaid fraud is an overwhelming problem that has affected the US healthcare system. The phenomenon has resulted in loss ofbillions of dollars from the public healthcare kitty. Due to the impacts of Medicaid fraud, ...
XBIS CHECKPOINT WK8
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...anonymity of writers can engender polarization and hate. The business world has taken the advantage of web 2.0 and has made it easy for marketers to sell and market their products. This is because the web helps marketers engage consumers and keep them informed of product development (Rue & Byars, 2006). Reference Rue, L & Byars, L. (2006). Supervision: key link to productivity. India: McGraw-Hill.... Web 2.0 A decade ago, existing web browsers that used text and graphics could not meet the needs s. A dire need thus existed that would see an interconnected web that allows more interactions. Web 2.0 is a plat form that allows people to interact through the internet. With advancement in technology, a program...
Survey and ethical
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...anonymity assurance to the respondents constitutes ethical standards (Goodwin 482-4). The sponsors of the survey must also be given clear information on any possible hitches so that they are aware of any possible errors hence elimination of biasness. Work cited Goodwin, C J. Research in Psychology: Methods and Design. Hoboken, NJ: Wiley, 2010. Print.... Survey and ethical Survey and ethics have different meaning but at some point supplement each other in research studies. Survey is a systematic and detailed study of a given characteristics in a population like attitudes, impressions, opinions, satisfaction level, among others. It takes a proportion of a whole population as sample and the findings are...
Cybercrime
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...anonymity. It is hard to track down cybercriminals and they know it. The bank robbers of the future will not wear masks and carry guns, they will be the people who sit at their computer and hack into the bank. We must develop better investigative techniques to deal with them.... CYBERCRIME It seems clear that cybercrime will be a serious problem in the future as more and more of our lives are lived on the Internet. Part of the problem in todays world is that many people put a great deal of their personal information on the Internet without thinking that it can be accessible to anyone. Others do not take proper precautions with their passwords. Still others fall for internet scams run by Nigerian princes. ...
Answer the question
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...anonymity that for one second that they are not connected to others, their anxiety levels begin to shoot up. This kind of teenagers are everywhere today all over the world. They live in a world of text messages which constantly keep going back and forth. Such people are never alone and get easily terrified at the idea of getting acquainted with solitude for even... Mass Media and Youth: The youth’s problem today is that it is ashamed of solitude. Youngsters are insecure about being by themselves which happens because they are not comfortable with who they really are. Mass media or social media is one of the biggest societal forces encountered by the present youth. Youngsters of today are so scared of...
Invention mentioned
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...anonymity of the virtual world, everyone enjoys the freedom to express their views, and others remain ignorant of their class, gender, or age. This is the greatest social freedom. It is evident that although the telephone and the internet are both inventions which revolutionized society, the internet has had the greatest effect on society as a whole. It has changed society in ways that the telephone has not.... Effect of Society: the Telephone versus the Internet. When one considers the invention of the telephone and the internet, it is evident that both revolutionized society by connecting people far apart in geographical terms. The telephone speeds up communication, links all corners or the world,...
Boeing.
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...anonymity (N, 2013). These models use their own ideal functionality whereby they receive a message as input and eventually extract the data as a more reliable production (N, 2013). Some of these mechanisms from the UC include, an ideal authenticated channel, which transfers messages in a secure path (N, 2013). An ideal secure channel is the next it only outputs the name of the sender to the recipient (N, 2013). More sophisticated channels are recommendable such as the ideal anonymous channel that does not reveal the identity and the ideal pseudonymous channel that ensures... Boeing Answer one The company should use all the communicating models, which ensure confidentiality, synchronization, accuracy or...
Impacts of Cybercrime on Shareholder Value and Marketing
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...anonymity. Before jurisdiction is done, the police must know who the criminal is, where he or she is located, before making an arrest. Since one can hide his or her identity when using the internet, it becomes difficult to make an arrest. Cyber criminals have been using services that are designed to hide the IP address of the user for a fee (Bear, 2000). Studies that have been conducted by various cybercrime researchers shows that the perception that people have about anonymity while using online services... Impacts of Cybercrime on Shareholder Value and Marketing Activity of a Business Business Cybercrime Billions of dollars are lost annually by publicly traded organizations through cybercrime....
Protecting Personally Identifiable Information and other ethical issues
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...anonymity and traverses utilitarianism, deontology, and virtue ethics theories. Privacy doctrine requires respect for an individual’s private and identifiable information that should not be infringed unless the subject has offered informed consent to such effect. Subject to allowable rights through consent... ? Protecting personality identifiable information and other ethical issues July 21, Protecting personality identifiable information and other ethical issues Law and ethics are general and popular guiding principles in people’s actions and interactions. Ethics defines concepts of morality for identification of rights and wrongs for regulation of behavior among individuals or groups of people....
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