cis 3250 exam 1
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If a business follows an "opt-in" policy for handling personal data, information about a customer
may not be released unless the customer gives permission
When a person visits a Web site, his or her IP address and the links he or she clicked on are automatically recorded. This is an example of
invisible information gathering
the communications assistance for law enforcement act (CALEA) said that __________
telecommunications equipment must be designed to allow the interception of telephone calls (with a court order)
The privacy act of 1974 established rules to regulate ________
federal government databases only
in Katz v. United States (1967), the U.S. Supreme Court determined that the government needs a court order to intrude where a reasonable person has a reasonable expectation of privacy (T/F)
In Kyllo v. United States (2001), the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that when the government uses a device that's not in use by the general public to 'see' things it could not without intrusion, that it is a 'search' and requires a warrant (T/F)
U.S. v. Jones (2012) was the first major case of digital technology surveillance and involved police attaching a GPS tracking device to a person's vehicle without a search warrant. (T/F)
In Olmsted v. U.S. (1928), the U.S. Supreme Court interpreted the Fourth Amendment to apply only to physical intrusion (T/F)
If the right to be forgotten is a ____________ right (a liberty), it could mean that we may choose to stay off the Internet and become a recluse, but we cannot force someone else to remove information about us.
As a positive right (a _______ right), it allows a person to restrict sharing of information by others. This can infringe freedom of speech and restrict access to truthful information.
what statement best describes utilitarianism
main example of a consequentialist theory to increase happiness or "utility"
accelerometers help robots stay upright (T/F)
researchers are developing brain-computer interfaces to enable severely handicapped people to control appliances with their thoughts (T/F)
claim rights or positive rights
impose an obligation on some people to provide certain things for others
most people worldwide have access to a cellphone than to a toilet (T/F)
which of the following is an example of a negative right or liberty?
all of the above
1. freedom of religion, as provided in the first amendment
2. the right to use your labor, skills, or mind to create goods and services
3.freedom of speech as provided in the first amendment
A claim right is also known as a _______________.
Golden rules, such as treat others as we would want them to treat us, can be found in the Bible. (T/F)
Generally, a deontologist would be more comfortable breaking a rule in circumstances where doing so would have good consequences. (T/F)
a negative right is also known as a ___________.
software designers should include users in the design stages (T/F)
professional ethics requires professionals to maintain their skills (T/F)
the brainstorming phase discussed in chapter 9 can generate long discussion with humorous and obviously wrong options (T/F)
In one application of a voice-recognition system, the system failed to recognize female speakers. A likely reason was
the program was primarily developed and tested by men
there are currently how many imperatives mentioned in the ACM code?