Essay about Accounting Information System Report

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REPORT ON REDUCING COMPUTER FRAUD Name: ZHAOJUN HU Student NO: 20137098 Class: TACC403 Accounting information system Submission date: September 20, 2013 TABLE OF CONTENTS EXECUTIVE SUMMARY i INTRODUCTION 1 IS SOFTWARE LICENSING ANTISOCIAL?..................................................................2 COMPUTER SECURITY MEASURES 3 WOULD THE REMOVAL OF COMPUTER SECURITY MASURES REDUCE THE INCIDENCE OF COMPUTER FRAUD? 5 CONCLUSION AND RECOMMENDATIO 6 REFERENCES 8 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY The aim of this report is to discuss the various methods of reducing computer fraud and to find out whether the computer security measures is necessary. In the main body of this report discuss about whether the…show more content…
Ethical teaching which is to educate users about good moral behavior. Some people believes that software licensing restrict the technology growth due to conditions of license and giving the students unlimited authorities to entry the computer could cultivate constructive and civilized conduct of them. Computer securities is a puzzle, it will attracted people who is curious about puzzles, so without computer security it will reducing the hackers who is break in by curiosity. Finally, it will make a conclusion and recommendation as to whether software licensing is antisocial or not, ethical teaching is effectiveness or not and can eliminating the computer security reduce the computer fraud. It should be noted that the report is limited to evaluating situation from software licensing, ethical teaching and reducing computer measures, in accordance with instructions. IS SOFTWARE LICENSING ANTISOCIAL? A software license is usually an agreement that grants a right to use software code to someone else. A license usually grants less rights than a sale of a copy of the software. A computer activist Richard Stallman who is believes software licensing is antisocial because it prohibits the growth of technology by keeping information away from the neighbors. The prohibition on subsequent transfers hinders economic efficiency by keeping second-generation buyers and sellers apart and the restrictions on the use of products stifle entrepreneurialism and innovation.
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