Participant privacy, confidentiality and anonymity. Participant privacy, confidentiality and anonymity were the most commonly reported ethical concerns. These concerns are applicable to internet research across all disciplines, not just those involving families and children.
Beside this, is there an ethical responsibility to regulate the Internet?
At the same time, the Internet should have the responsibility to be ethically regulated as many governments have access to their citizen's information or control the Internet completely by censoring what citizens shouldn't see. The U.S. government doesn't control what the general public has access to on the Internet.
What is the standards of behavior in ethics?
ethical standards. Principles that when followed, promote values such as trust, good behavior, fairness, and/or kindness. There is not one consistent set of standards that all companies follow, but each company has the right to develop the standards that are meaningful for their organization.
What are the three basic standards of data ethics?
PRINCIPLE ONE: Minimising the risk of harm. PRINCIPLE TWO: Obtaining informed consent. PRINCIPLE THREE: Protecting anonymity and confidentiality. PRINCIPLE FOUR: Avoiding deceptive practices.
What are examples of ethical issues in technology?
The ethical dilemmas and policy issues are:
- Personalized genetic tests/personalized medicine.
- Hacking into medical devices.
- Driverless Zipcars.
- 3-D printing.
- Adaptation to climate change.
- Low-quality and counterfeit pharmaceuticals.
- Autonomous systems.
- Human-animal hybrids (chimeras)