Applying IT Security Ethics Recently, efforts have been made to consolidate computer security ethics into a unified framework of ethical behaviour known as the United Framework. The following discussion applies the United Framework to two cases. In addition, the United Framework is applied to a real-life scenario in the media that presents an interesting computer ethics issue – namely, online dating. Part 1: Case 1 ISP The first case highlights two components of the Unified Framework - integrity and confidentiality - as well as a number of subordinate ethical issues. With respect to integrity, this component of the Unified Framework speaks to the idea of performance of "duties in accordance with existing laws, exercising the highest moral...The end:
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