Saturday, December 21, 2019

Mgmt 330 Mid Term Study Guide - 966 Words

†¢ Constitutional Speech (Personal and Corporate) * (personal); afforded highest protection by the Courts. Balance must be struck between a government’s obligation to protect its citizens versus a citizen’s right to speech. In other words, if government suppresses speech it must be to protect the citizens. EX. Don’t yell fire in a crowded area. See below. * If restriction is content neutral, restrictions must target some societal problem – not to primarily suppress the message. (Corporate); -Political speech by corporations is protected by the First Amendment. -In Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission (2010) the Supreme Court ruled that corporations can spend freely to support or oppose candidates for†¦show more content†¦So if evidence obtained in violation of due process is brought, then any evidence that comes from the initial evidence is not admissible either. * †¢ Cyber Crimes: Any act directed against computers or that uses computers as an instrumentality of a crime. * -Cyber Fraud: fraud committed over the internet (e.g., Nigerian letter scam). * Online Auction Fraud. Cyber Theft: -Identity Theft. -Phishing. -vishing. -Employment Fraud. -Credit-Card Crime on the Web * Prosecution of Cyber Crime. * â€Å"Location† of crime is an issue. * Jurisdiction of courts is an issue. * Computer Fraud and Abuse Act. * Person is liable if he accesses a computer online, without authority, to obtain classified, private, or protected information. * †¢ Criminal Penalties; To be convicted of a crime, a person must: -Commit a guilty act (actus reus). -Have the guilty mind (mens rea) during commission of the guilty act. * State of Mind. -Required intent (or mental state) is indicated in the applicable statute or law. -Criminal Negligence or Recklessness (unjustified, substantial and foreseeable risk that results in harm). -Violent Crime. * Murder, sexual assault, rape, robbery. -Property Crime. * Burglary, larceny, theft of trade secrets, theft of services, arson, receipt of stolen goods, forgery. †¢ CriminalShow MoreRelatedManaging Information Technology (7th Edition)239873 Words   |  960 Pages CONTENTS: CASE STUDIES CASE STUDY 1 Midsouth Chamber of Commerce (A): The Role of the Operating Manager in Information Systems CASE STUDY I-1 IMT Custom Machine Company, Inc.: Selection of an Information Technology Platform CASE STUDY I-2, Inc.: Deciding on the Next Steps for a VoIP Supplier CASE STUDY I-3 The VoIP Adoption at Butler University CASE STUDY I-4 Supporting Mobile Health Clinics: The Children’s Health Fund of New York City CASE STUDY I-5 DataRead MoreProject Mgmt296381 Words   |  1186 PagesManagement: Contemporary Concepts and Cases, Fifth Edition Seppanen, Kumar, and Chandra, Process Analysis and Improvement, First Edition Simchi-Levi, Kaminsky, and Simchi-Levi, Designing and Managing the Supply Chain: Concepts, Strategies, Case Studies, Third Edition Sterman, Business Dynamics: Systems Thinking and Modeling for Complex World, First Edition Stevenson, Operations Management, 10th Edition Swink, Melnyk, Cooper, and Hartley, Managing Operations Across the Supply Chain, First Edition

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