CGS Final ch 8

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  1. Which ethical principle states that when confronted with an ethical dilemma, an individual should take the action that produces the least harm, or the least potential cost?  
    Risk Aversion
  2. Which ethical principle tells you that it is wise to assume perfect information markets? 
    the New York Times test
  3. The principle of responsibility means that individuals, organizations, and societies should be held accountable to others for the consequences of their actions.
    False
  4. Which ethical principle emphasizes putting oneself into the place of others and thinking of oneself as the object of the decision? 
    the Golden Rule
  5. Which of the following basic ethical concepts plays an important role in defining privacy?
    due process
  6. Which ethical principle states that, when confronted with an ethical dilemma, individuals should take the action that achieves the greater value for all of society? 
    the Collective Utilitarian principle
  7. Which ethical principle states that if an action cannot be taken repeatedly, then it is not right to take at all
    the Slippery Slope
  8. The opt-in model for informed consent requires an affirmative action by the consumer before a company can collect and use information.
    True
  9. The European Data Protection Directive prohibits the transfer of PII to organizations or countries that do not have similar privacy protection policies.
    True
  10. Net neutrality refers to Internet backbone owners treating all Internet traffic equally.
    True
  11. Which of the following e-commerce technology dimensions creates greater opportunities for cyberbullying? 
    social technology
  12. Thus far, the most important online privacy legislation that has been directly influenced by the Federal Trade Commission's FIP guidelines is the Children's Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA).
    True
  13. The Unlawful Internet Gambling Enforcement Act has eliminated all online gambling in the United States.
    False
  14. In Western culture, the basic principles shared by ethical schools of thought are:  
    responsibility, liability, and accountability.
  15. Which ethical principle asks you to assume that virtually all tangible and intangible objects are owned by someone else unless there is a specific declaration otherwise?
    No Free Lunch
  16. The ethical principle of Universalism states that if an action is not right for all situations, then it is not right for any situation.
    True
  17. What is the first step in analyzing an ethical dilemma?
    Identify and describe the facts.
  18. Liability is a feature of political systems in which a body of law is in place that permits individuals to recover damages done to them by other actors, systems, or organizations.
    True
  19. Which of the following e-commerce technology dimensions has the potential to reduce cultural diversity in products?  
    global reach
  20. Google defends its Library Project on the grounds of fair use.
    True
  21. Most adult social network participants do not have any expectation of personal privacy when using a social network.
    False
  22. The Children's Internet Protection Act (CIPA) requires schools and libraries in the United States to install technology protection measures in an effort to shield children from pornography.
    True
  23. Which ethical principle asks you to consider the impact of your decision if the principles underlying your decision became an organizing principle of the entire society?
    the Social Contract rule
  24. The FTC's privacy approach is now focused on targeting practices that are likely to cause harm or unwarranted intrusion into consumers' daily lives.
    True

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