eth328 | undergraduate
Data Ethics And Security
This undergraduate-level course is 5 weeks To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.
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Intellectual Property Disputes and the Regulation of Commerce and Speech in the Digital Divide
- Describe regulatory requirements related to Internet commerce.
- Explain how cybertechnology has changed the notion of work and the quality of life.
- Compare intellectual property with tangible property.
Project Retrospective and Closure
- Describe key similarities between traditional and online communities.
- Evaluate ethical controversies affecting social networks.
- Articulate ethical issues that may arise due to converging technologies.
- Differentiate between cybertechnology and cyberethics.
- Compare and contrast ethics and morality.
- Specify a single comprehensive framework that incorporates key aspects of standard ethical theories.
Critical Reasoning, Professional Ethics and Privacy in Cyberspace
- Differentiate between valid logical arguments, claims, and statements.
- Compare professional ethics with other kinds of applied ethics.
- Explain personal privacy in the context of cybertechnology and the digital world.
Security and Cybercrime
- Explain what is meant by security in cybertechnology.
- Differentiate between cybercrime and cyber-related crimes.
- Assess free speech in relation to international governmental efforts to protect secrets.
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