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Chapter 4 Ethical and Social Issues in Information Systems Video cases: Case 1: “What Net Neutrality Means for You” Case 2: Facebook Privacy Case 3: Data Mining for Terrorists and Innocents Instructional Video 1: “Victor Mayer Schonberger on the Right to be Forgotten” 4.1 Copyright © 2014 Pearson Education, Inc. Management Information Systems Chapter 4: Ethical and Social Issues in Information Systems LEARNING OBJECTIVES ã What ethical, social, and political issues are raised by informati
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  4.1 Copyright © 2014 Pearson Education, Inc. Ethical and Social Ethical and Social Issues in Information Issues in Information SystemsSystems Chapter 4 Video cases: Case 1: “What Net Neutrality Means for You” Case 2: Facebook Privacy Case 3: ata Minin! for errorists an# $nnocents $nstructional %i#eo 1: “%ictor Mayer &chonber!er on the 'i!ht to be For!otten”  4.2 Copyright © 2014 Pearson Education, Inc. Management Information Systems Chapter 4: Ethical and Social Issues in Information Systems ã What ethical, social, and political issues are raised by information systems? ã What specic principles for conduct can be used to guide ethical decisions? ã Why do contemporary information systems technology and the Internet pose challenges to the protection of indi!idual pri!acy and intellectual property? ã o# ha!e information systems a$ected e!eryday life? %E&'(I() *+EC-IVES  4.3 Copyright © 2014 Pearson Education, Inc. Management Information Systems Chapter 4: Ethical and Social Issues in Information Systems ã .roblem: (eed to e/ciently target online ads0 ã Solutions: +eha!ioral targeting allo#s businesses and organi1ations to more precisely target desired demographics0 ã )oogle uses trac2ing les to monitor user acti!ity on thousands of sites3 businesses monitor acti!ity on their o#n sites to better understand customers0 ã emonstrates I-5s role in organi1ing and distributing information0 ã Illustrates the ethical 6uestions inherent in online information gathering0 +eha!ioral -argeting: 7our .ri!acy Is the -arget  4.4 Copyright © 2014 Pearson Education, Inc. Management Information Systems Chapter 4: Ethical and Social Issues in Information Systems ã 'ecent cases of failed ethical  8udgment in business: – +arclay5s +an2, )la9oSmithline, Walmart – In many, information systems used to bury decisions from public scrutiny ã Ethics – .rinciples of right and #rong that indi!iduals, acting as free moral agents, use to ma2e choices to guide their beha!iors ;nderstanding Ethical and Social Issues 'elated to Systems
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