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Week 6 Discussion
- Respond to the specific questions posed in the discussion.
- Be sure to base your initial post and responses on course materials, and use 7th ed. APA citations in every post.
- Write clearly and proofread; errors can lose you points.
- Quality of posts, citations, frequency, and timeliness of posts all factor into your discussion grade. See the Participation Grading Rubric for details.
Please refer to the Discussion Grading Rubric and the module for details regarding how your performance will be assessed. NOTE: Please be certain to read the entire discussion assignment since in some cases there is more than one question to discuss, respond to, or address. Be sure that you have answered the entire question!
This posting should answer the requirements using the course materials from the weeks reading (not external source material) to support the ideas presented. If you are uncertain as to how to support the ideas presented, go to Content and view the module, Learn How to Support What You Write.
It is important to write concisely, provide the chapter title, chapter heading. Include in-text citations and a reference in a reference list. To see how to cite the eBook, go to Content and view the module, Learn to Use APA. The citation and reference information is on the right-side of the screen.
Part of this weeks reading focused on data protection and privacy. Social media continues to be a game changer in the world of marketing and business as a whole. However, with great information comes great responsibility. Companies continue to move in the direction of more and more protection of data.
Should you be allowed to surf the Web at work? Why or why not? With the spread of COVID-19 earlier this year and the move of multitudes of brick and mortar employees moving to the telework/remote word environment, companies have been forced to increase the work from home and telecommute opportunities. Many employees did not have the opportunity to elect to, or not to take the work situation. Now that you are in a telework environment and to ensure the protection of data in increased privacy, your company increased their monitoring of calls on your corporate issued phones and every keystroke on your computer. What are your thoughts on this increased watching and how does it apply to our reading this week?
Week 6: Emerging Technologies, Data Protection & Privacy (Reading material for the discussion)
Theme 1: Emerging Technology
- Jennifer Golbeck The curly fry conundrum Why social media likes say more than you might think
- Bias already exists in search engine results, and its only going to get worse
- Facebook has revealed the hyper-specific internal rules it uses to police content
- Net neutrality rules are likely doomed, but the debate isn’t going away
- California is on the verge of passing a sweeping new online privacy law targeting Facebook, Google and other tech giants
- Equifax Breach Exposed More Consumer Data Than First Disclosed
- The cost of data security: Are cybersecurity investments worth it?
- The ethics of Hacking 101
- US v Europe – a cultural gap on the right to be forgotten
- Tracking The Trackers
- What happens to your digital assets when you die?
Theme 3: Privacy
- Technology as a Threat to Privacy: Ethical Challenges to the Information Profession
- FDA medical device plan zeros in on cybersecurity, public-private partnership
- Ethics and advanced medical devices: Do we need a new approach?
Consumer Privacy Bill of Rights—not the law