(solution) Instructions Paper B1: a matrix mapping of a key IT-related

(solution) Instructions Paper B1: a matrix mapping of a key IT-related

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Instructions
Paper B1: a matrix mapping of a key IT-related organizational (or personal) ethical issue
concerning privacy.
This assignment gives you an opportunity to analyze a key IT-related organizational (or personal, if not
in the job force) ethical issue, related to privacy subject to relevant laws, regulations, and
policies. Both of the following sites provide sources, and an excellent backdrop for issues relating to
privacy protection and the law.
See EPIC Privacy Issues at: http://epic.org/privacy/ See List on left and/or: EFF Privacy
at https://www.eff.org/issues/privacy [see list in center on this page].
This includes sub-topics discussing information privacy, privacy laws, applications and court rulings (case
law is usually an extension of the basic law based on the facts from specific cases and real-world court
decisions), and key privacy and anonymity issues. While the sites provide many interesting topics, be
sure to focus on our class IT topics.
1. Use the template below and the list of suggested workforce privacy topics from one of the sites
above to produce a matrix to map a key organizational ethical (or personal, if not in the job force) issue
and how this issue is affected by laws, regulations, and policies. Use the list of normative ethics principles
below to help you complete the matrix. Choose any three (only three) of the following list of twelve
(12) principles of normative ethics described below. 2. Prepare the Ethical Issue matrix and include the following explanation (200 words) ?doublespace your narrative?below the matrix:
1.
Why I chose the dilemma;
2.
Why I chose the three principles; and
3.
An analysis of the research used to identify the actions in the matrix.
The completed matrix allows you to weigh the different issues involved and assign a rank as to the
importance of the actions based on the effect on the stakeholders.
1.
2. Submit the matrix for grading to the LEO Assignments Module.
Indicate appropriate APA in-text and source citations for all sources. In addition to critical thinking
and analysis skills, your assignment should reflect appropriate grammar and spelling, good organization,
and proper business-writing style.
This assignment is directly related to Paper-B2. The ethical issue identified in this assignment will
be used in your Paper B2 Assignment. Paper B2 asks you to write a policy that corrects the ethical
issue described in Paper B1.
Normative Ethics List
Autonomy: is the duty to maximize the individual's right to make his or her own decisions.
Beneficence: is the duty to do good both individually and for all.
Confidentiality: is the duty to respect privacy of information and action.
Equality: is the duty to view all people as moral equals.
Finality: is the duty to take action that may override the demands of law, religion, and social customs.
Justice: is the duty to treat all fairly, distributing the risks and benefits equally.
Non-maleficence: is the duty to cause no harm, both individually and for all.
Understanding/Tolerance: is the duty to understand and to accept another viewpoint if reason dictates
doing so is warranted.
Publicity: is the duty to take actions based on ethical standards that must be known and recognized by
all who are involved.
Respect for persons: is the duty to honor others, their rights, and their responsibilities. Showing respect
others implies that we do not treat them as a mere means to our end.
Universality: is the duty to take actions that hold for everyone, regardless of time, place, or people
involved. This concept is similar to the Categorical Imperative.
Veracity: is the duty to tell the truth.
A sample template for the matrix is shown below. To reconstruct the sample template, you may use the
Table Tool in MS Word or copy and paste this template. Ethical issue:
Stakeholders (Principle 1) (Principle 2) (Principle 3) 1
2
3
4
Step 1: Identify the ethical issue that you want to analyze, as described above. An example might be the
falsification of your personal profile in a social networking site.
Step 2: Identify the stakeholders involved. You, someone who reads your personal profile in a social
network site, potential employers, etc. Be sure that each stakeholder category is unique and not similar to
another category you use.
Step 3: Choose any three (only three) of the principles that might apply to your issue such as autonomy,
publicity, and veracity.
Step 4: identify how the ethical issue affects each stakeholder based on the principles you identified. Put
this statement in the matrix next to the stakeholder.
Sample Completed Matrix
Ethical issue: falsifying your profile on a social networking site
Stakeholders autonomy publicity 1: Yourself You have the duty
to take actions
You have the duty
based on ethical
to maximize the
You have the duty to
standards that must
right to make your
tell the truth
be known and
own decisions.
recognized by all
who are involved. They make these
decisions based on
2: Other users of They have the
ethical standards
the networking duty to make their that should be
site
own decisions
recognized by the
person falsifying
their profile
3: The social
networking site The autonomy of
the site is limited
by law (Goldman,
2007) Users of social
networking sites
are content
publishers, as such
the site must take
actions based on veracity They assume that the
person falsifying the
profile has the duty
to tell the truth. As providers of
content the site must
conform to the laws
regarding truth or be
held responsible for
legal issues as Ethical issue: falsifying your profile on a social networking site
Stakeholders autonomy publicity veracity legal and ethical
standards and must
notify users of
these standards so
they are known by
all. defamation (making
harmful false
statements about
someone else) or
copyright
infringement.
(Goldman, 2007) Reference:
Goldman, E. (2007, May). Social Networking Sites and the Law. Retrieved
from http://www.ericgoldman.org/Resources/socialnetworkingsitesandthelaw.pdf