Ethics and Database {16}

by Kaly T
Every day billions of users’ access search engines such as Google or Bing.  The amazing thing about these search engines are that they essentially comb through millions of databases in a matter of milliseconds to give you the results you are looking for.  A database is a place where an organization can store a large amount of information and records.  The application can be found in a wide variety of subjects, some good some bad.  This is where this article takes its direction.  Databases can contain very sensitive information and require a great deal of ethical and moral values to ensure its proper use.  Ethics and morals boils down to what is right and what is wrong, in this case, ways to use databases. read more...

Money the Root of All Prophits {1}

by James C

The behavior of businesses is commonly regulated into disclosing information about its internal processes and information. The transparency of their inner workings has allowed activists to pressure them into changing their damaging and unethical behavior. Starting at the end of the 1990s, a movement began toward pressuring corporations in release privilege information about their supplier factories around the globe. The movement was inspired by the idea that disclosure would lead to responsible accountability and better working conditions for offshore factories. To the surprise of the business world, Nike and Levi-Strauss released their supplier lists to the public. The main focus of this paper was to follow these companies from opposition to a complete transparency of their supplier list databases. read more...