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Just because an activity is defined as legal does not mean that it is ethical. True or False?

Program Description Answer

An activity that is legal cannot be defined as ethical.

Hence, the given statement is “True”.

Explanation of Solution

Code of ethics:

  • The “ethics” word comes from the Greek term “duty”. The code of ethics means all the responsibilities that professional must respect when carrying out their work.
  • It also contains the core value of the work and the behavior which should be adopted.

Example:

Professional and confidentiality secrecy are responsibilities contained in the code of ethics and conduct in numerous professions like accountants, lawyers, doctors and journalists...

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