Asked in Children's Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA)
Children's Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA)
How do you think the privacy act protects clients with regard to confidentiality?
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Asked in US Constitution
What law governs your privacy in the workplace?
Americans regard privacy as a fundamental right. The Supreme Court has determined that the fourth amendment creates a "right to privacy", and has recognized its potency as a source of individual privacy protection. The right of the people to be secure against unreasonable searches and seizures is "one of the essential and fundamental liberties" secured by the Bill of Rights. (Mayer, 1992) Employers and employees are often subject to privacy laws. The Privacy Act, for example, applies to employee information in federal government institutions. The Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act applies to employee information in federal works, undertakings, and businesses.
What are the duties of a Personal Assistant to the Managing Director?
Asked in History, Politics & Society
What do you regard as the biggest challenge in a sales position?
What is another word with the same meaning as the word 'regard'?
Asked in Business & Finance
Why is confidentiality critical when managing information?
Confidentiality is the protection of personal information. Confidentiality is the ethical and professional duty not to disclose inappropriate information to a third party. Confidentiality means keeping a client's information between you and the client, and not telling others including co-workers, friends, family, etc. In business, confidentiality exists to protect the privacy of a business entity, including its critical or sensitive business information. Confidential information can be the most valuable asset of a business. A competitive edge in the marketplace may rely on a business having certain information which its competitors do not. The lack of preplanning regarding the flow of confidential information within the business environment can result in misunderstandings about safeguarding critical business secrets and preventing thefts of intellectual property, including property protected by copyrights, trademarks, and patents. Respect for client confidentiality and staff personal information should be a high priority for all community services to comply with legislation that governs disclosure of information. In this regard all organisations need to have policies and procedures that provide guidelines for workers. Appropriate worker behaviour can also be incorporated in a code of conduct. Confidentiality is necessary for the best interests of the organization, or because disclosure of the information will cause significant damage to the business itself or to other organizations. The need for confidentiality exists when information is designated as "confidential" (e.g. stamped or announced). It also applies where the need for confidentiality is obvious or evident (depending on the nature of the material or context of the situation), or when required by applicable law-even when the information is not specifically designated as confidential. To ensure confidentiality, workers should only access confidential information for work that is covered by their job description and the policies and procedures of the organisation. They should only disclose information to other parties where a client (or co-worker in relation to their personal information) has consented to the release of the information or where disclosure is required or mandated by legislation due to indications of risk of harm. Further workers need to ensure that any information that is collected is securely stored and disposed of.
Asked in Search Engines, Google, Ethics and Morality
Legal and ethical issues with regard to internet use?
Some legal issues with regard to Internet use have to do with copyright, hacking and privacy. Ethical issues are moral issues regarding use of the Internet and there are many. Some ethical issues are pretending to be someone else, Internet bullying, stealing personal information and using resources without permission.
Asked in Travel & Places
What is the key role of travel wholesalers in regard to the client and the principal?
Is it unethical to sell customer data?
Asked in Grammar
What is the correct grammar- The high regard you hold for some one or you hold them in high regard?
Asked in Books and Literature
How many pages does The Stress of Her Regard have?
Asked in Authors, Poets, and Playwrights
How did the early Americans regard central authority?
Asked in Colonial America
In the Plymouth plantation the pilgrims regard their voyage as what?
Asked in Philosophy and Philosophers
How Does Locke's regard for the senses differ from Descartes?
How do you regard the New Testament in your life as a christian?