Privacy and Young People

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2.54 The city of Philadelphia requires GPS system in all taxicabs. Is a government requirement for a tracking system for private taxicabs a reasonable public safety measures or an unreasonable intrusion on the privacy of drivers and passengers? Identify several differences between such a government requirement and a taxicabs company choosing to install GPS system in its cabs? It’s more objectionable than other? Why? * Yes its more objectionable than other because of GPS they can easily find the route that passenger wants to go and they can find the ways going to that route because GPS can also give direction on a particular destinations and also it can check some traffic reports and in the same time GPS is also reasonable for public…show more content…
Further, they point out that even more educated highly trained workers with higher-value jobs such as software engineers, accountants, radiologists, and journalists in the developed world The increased safety net costs of the unemployed may be absorbed by the government (taxpayers) in the high-cost country or by the company doing the offshoring. And when it comes to health and safety requirements it is based upon the company they work and job they do. All of the companies now are recommended the safety measures of their workers. The choice of offshoring destination is often made according to cultural concerns. 6.26 Is it an invasion of privacy for a company to search the web for information by and about a job applicant? Interviewers are trained not to ask an applicant some kind of information (age, marital status, disabilities) to avoid charge of discrimination. Should there be legal restrictions on what kind of information about a candidate a company look at on web? * In today’s world of fast-developing technology, in which the click of mouse can dispense a plethora of information, privacy for job seekers and employees is a significant issue. One type of privacy issue in the workplace occurs when a company gathers or circulates private or personal information about employees or candidates for employment. 6.30 Walking
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