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Have each member of your team access six different Web sites and summarize their findings in terms of the existence of data privacy policy statements. Did each site have such a policy? Was it easy to find? Did it seem complete and easy to understand? Does it adequately cover any concerns you might have as a visitor to that site?

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ISBN: 9781285867168

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ISBN: 9781285867168
Chapter 14, Problem 2TA
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Have each member of your team access six different Web sites and summarize their findings in terms of the existence of data privacy policy statements. Did each site have such a policy? Was it easy to find? Did it seem complete and easy to understand? Does it adequately cover any concerns you might have as a visitor to that site?

Program Plan Intro

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 code of ethics and conduct in numerous professions like accountants, lawyers, doctors and journalists.

Intent of the code of ethics:

  • The intent of code of ethics established by a professional order as a way to safeguard public and status of professionals.
  • The employee who breach their code of ethics suffer disciplinary actions that can range from a warning or rebuke to dismissal or ejection from their professional order.

Privacy policy:

  • A privacy policy denotes a statement that discloses some or all ways an organization would gather, use, disclose, and manage data of customers as well as clients.
  • It fulfills a legal requirement for protecting privacy of customers as well as clients.
  • Personal information denotes anything that could be used to identify an individual.
  • It represents a generalized treatment that tends to be more specific and detailed.
  • The exact content of certain privacy policy will depend upon applicable law and need to address requirements across all boundaries.

Explanation of Solution

Policy for sites:

  • “Yes”, each of the sites is having privacy policy.
  •  It fulfills a legal requirement for protecting privacy of customers as well as clients.
  • Personal information denotes anything that could be used to identify an individual.
  • It represents a generalized treatment that tends to be more specific and detailed.

Finding policy:

  • “Yes”, it was easy to find privacy policy for sites.
  • The privacy policy for all sites was easy to find and understand.
  •  It had all details regarding customer privacy.

Understanding of policy:

  • “Yes”, the policies seem complete and easy to understand...

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