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Suppose that Charlie had implemented the key logger with the knowledge and approval of senior company executives, and that every employee had signed a release that acknowledged the company can record all information entered on company systems. Two days after Peter’s call, Charlie calls back to give Peter his key: “We got lucky and cracked it early.” Charlie says this to preserve Peter’s illusion of privacy. Is such a “little white lie” an ethical action on Charlie’s part?

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Principles of Information Security...

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Michael E. Whitman + 1 other
Publisher: Cengage Learning
ISBN: 9781337102063

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Michael E. Whitman + 1 other
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ISBN: 9781337102063
Chapter 8, Problem 2EDM
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Suppose that Charlie had implemented the key logger with the knowledge and approval of senior company executives, and that every employee had signed a release that acknowledged the company can record all information entered on company systems. Two days after Peter’s call, Charlie calls back to give Peter his key: “We got lucky and cracked it early.” Charlie says this to preserve Peter’s illusion of privacy. Is such a “little white lie” an ethical action on Charlie’s part?

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Key logger software:

Key logger is software which is used to monitor and record every key that is typed on specific computer’s keyboard.

No”, it is not ethical on Charlie’s part...

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