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Employers And Employees Sexual Harassment
1,772 wordsA man walks into his workplace thinking that it will be another normal day at work. However, his employer calls him into his office and fires him, on the basis that he had written offensive threats in an email towards one of his bosses. The employee now files a wrongful discharge action alleging that the employers actions violated his right of privacy. The employee also states that the company had assured its employees that all email would remain confidential. The employer strike back by saying ...
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United States Supreme Court Prohibits Discrimination
2,949 words... ve the life of her dying husband, filmed without her knowledge in her own bathroom. In another situation, a mother watching a similar broadcast saw the body of her college-aged son draped over a chair as a result of a drug overdose while police arrived on the scene to investigate. Such privacy invasions aren't limited to television. The print media regularly makes use of photos and stories gained without the knowledge or permission of the individuals involved. Celebrities are the most freque...
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Fourth Amendment Unreasonable Searches
1,040 wordsPrivacy. There seems to be no legal issue today that cuts so wide a swath through conflicts confronting American society: from AIDS tests to wiretaps, polygraph test to computerized data bases, the common denominator has been whether the right to privacy outweighs other concerns of society" This quote from Robert Ellis Smith explains, in one sentence, the absolute need to ensure privacy in the workplace. One of the most interesting, yet controversial, areas concerning public personnel is employe...
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Implementing Computer Technology In Education Australia
1,383 words... club deliveries are already being experimented with. Courses can now be run without cost disadvantage from any part of the globe. It is to be anticipated that competition to provide basic or core content courses will rapidly increase the quality of interactive versions, and that specialization will result. Recent investment in multi-media educational systems has followed convincing evidence that they are effective. Diana Laurillard (1994) has provided a framework for analyzing educational me...
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Organizational Culture Analysis Ford Motor Co
1,471 wordsOrganizational Culture Analysis Ford Motor Co. The new economy is a knowledge-based economy without borders, where the race is between companies and locales over how to learn faster and organize more flexibly to take advantage of technology-enabled market opportunities (Best, 2001). Organizational culture has been referred to, in general terms, as the organization's unique personality and its system of values; what it stands for. Aspects of corporate identity include values, the collective uncon...
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Cellular Telephones Electronic Surveillance
1,737 wordsOverview The Electronic Communications Privacy Act (ECPA) of 1986 was adopted to address the legal privacy issues that were evolving with the growing use of computers and other new innovations in electronic communications. The ECPA updated legislation passed in 1968 that had been designed to clarify what constitutes invasion of privacy when electronic surveillance is involved. The ECPA extended privacy protection outlined in the earlier legislation to apply to radio paging devices, electronic ma...
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E Mail Electronic Communications
901 wordsThe issue I choose to explore is the subject of whether electronic mail is private to employees of a company or if it is ethical for the Company to monitor and view their employees e-mail and other electronic communications. As the attached article states, ninety percent of all companies with 1, 000 or more employees are using e-mail. E-mail and voice-mail are commonplace to most companies these days. E-mail is a giant step towards the paperless office. E-mail is also a great time and paper save...
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Interstate Commerce Clause U S C
4,648 wordsE-Mail Privacy Rights In Business E-Mail Privacy Rights in Business I. Abstract How far we have come in such a small time. When you think that the personal computer was invented in the early 1980 s and by the end of the millennium, several households have two PCs, it is an astonishing growth rate. And, when you consider business, I can look around the office and see that a lot of the cubicles contain more than one PC. It is astonishing to me that such an item has taken control over the informati...
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Invasion Of Privacy Electronic Communications
1,162 wordsWith the rise of technology there arose a fear of surveillance. However, George Orwell's 1984 passed us by without noticeable big brother control, and the national concern over espionage diminished with the demise of the U. S. S. R. These past threats were concerns over the use of technology by governments that had sufficient resources to use the technology for sinister purposes. The new threat is not technology in the hands of government, it is technology alone. What once required massive manpo...
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Child Pornography Electronic Communications
1,390 wordsIn On-Line Dangers On-line Dangers In this day and age of super high-speed networking and digital communications, just about anything on any subject can be found on the Internet. Some materials, such as online libraries are helpful, some, such as students personal homepages are fairly useless, and some sites, such as online medical references, can be lifesaving. All these sites have a right to be on the web. However, there are also sites that could be detrimental to people, such as pornography s...
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