Find a recent real-life case related to ANY one of the 10 issues mentioned. here is the essay topic i chose: #6: CONTROL: Does data gathered violate employee privacy rights? Many organizations have started adding a credit and background check to the standard reference check during the hiring process. Are those organizations obligated to tell us they're doing this and what results they've received? The justification for doing the credit check typically is that a person who can't manage his or her own finances probably can't be trusted with any fiduciary responsibility on behalf of the organization. Does this pass the smell test or is this actually an infringement of privacy? Performing these checks is a relatively recent phenomenon, brought on in part by the desire of organizations to protect themselves in the wake of the numerous corporate scandals of the past few years but also because technology has enabled this data to be gathered, processed, and accessed quickly and inexpensively. Is technology responsible for enabling unethical behavior? Ensure you cover the following in your report: Describe ethical issue from viewpoints of all of the stakeholders involved Explain why this issue should be resolved via ethical avenues rather than the legal ones What ethical obligations do all of the stakeholders have towards one another and general population? What guidance (if any) can the Australian Computer Society's (ACS) Code of Ethics provide in this case? Support your arguments with at least 6 references from reputable sources such as books and journal (academic) articles relevant to the subject. Do not use sources that were published before 2010. Presentation of your assignment You must include the following: Title Page, clearly setting out the title of your assessment, your name, your student ID, the course name, course code and the name of the lecturer. There must be no graphics or pictures of any kind on the title page. Abstract. In this assessment a 'descriptive' abstract will be appropriate. Table of Contents (auto generated using the word processor). Introduction - this section should introduce the general aims, backgrounds of topics and areas/issues you will discuss in the report. Body - this is where you discuss your findings in detail, where appropriate, headings and sub-headings should be included with the logical progression of your report from one idea to the next. Do not use the word 'Body' as a heading - identify words that relate to your report for the heading. Conclusion - in this section you need to summarise your work and findings. You should introduce no new points in your conclusion. References - this is a list of all the books and articles you have cited in your assessment. Use Harvard (author-date) referencing style for your in-text citations as well as your list of references. You need to reference the case study as well as at least two academic quality journal articles published between 2010-2015. Contact your library for assistance in proper referencing.
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