Global Cyber Ethics, Questions 1-3

  1. Ethical Issue in Networked Communications
    Respond to the following in a minimum of 175 words:
     Discuss 1 of the case studies from Ch. 3, “Networked Communications,” of Ethics for
    the Information Age.
     Provide your opinion on which ethical analysis you support, and why. Does your
    analysis change if you take a global perspective?
  2. Corruption Perceptions Index
    Respond to the following in a minimum of 175 words:
     Research Transparency International (TI), which publishes the Corruption
    Perceptions Index (CPI) and annually ranks countries “by their perceived
    levels of corruption, as determined by expert assessments and opinion
    surveys.” The CPI generally defines corruption as “the misuse of public power
    for private benefit.”
     Discuss your outlook on the CPI. Do you agree with TI’s assessment of the
    United States, India, and Somalia? Why or why not?
  3. Managing Ethical Issues
    Respond to the following in a minimum of 175 words:
     Examine practical ways executive management can address the political, ethical, and
    cultural challenges that arise, such as bans on cartoons, website blocks, and “fake”
     How can executive management impact the company’s perception of the above
    issues while preserving employee independence and privacy?

Title: Global Cyber Ethics, Questions 1-3

  1. Ethical Issue in Networked Communications

Ann has a job as an accountant with Acme Corporation who works closely with her coworkers within that same office. Since she has a personal relationship with all employees by name and feels that she has established a strong relationship with all of coworkers. Ann is determined to help the daughter of her sell some Girl Scout cookies during the annual Girl Scout cookie sale. Because Acme Corporation does not have a policy against using the email system to send personal communications, Ann invites all employees to make orders for cookies at her desk during breaks. The email was met with mixed reactions from the recipients . Some employees were delighted while others were dissatisfied with Ann’s actions. The most ethical way to analyze this case study is a virtue-ethics approach since it takes into account every aspect when analyzing ethical implications of the incident. The analysis assumes that Ann was truthful and open about her plan to sell her daughter’s cookies to the event. But, her decision to make use of the email system to advertise the cookie drive of her daughter was not considerate of other employees.

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