CyberRisk '96 Proceedings: Tools for Reducing Risk and Building Ethical Policies in the Electronic Workplace
David M. Harper
DIANE Publishing, 1998 - Computer networks - 139 pages
Contents: computer monitoring and information policy: lessons learned from the Privacy for Consumers and Workers Act; ethical online marketing: using targeted direct E-mail in a politically correct way; intelligent agents in cyberspace; intellectual property rights: employer responsibilities; restricting Web access in the workplace: pornography and games at work, and more. Extensive appendices including: policy manuals on E-mail, internet use, software policy, employee monitoring, computer ethics, privacy, foreign laws affecting DP and transborder data flows, copyright, and much more.
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