Privacy Laws Related to Information Technology Use

There are relevant laws developed to prevent misuse and exploitation of information technology. The laws are intended to create a reliable and healthy business environment. The U.S has established various laws on information technology and specified various penalties. The general computer crimes are contained in the CFAA. The CFAA was established to cater for digital crimes and the cell phones that can perform the functions of a computer can be classified as a computer.

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Copyright infringement is costly and it is a criminal offence. As a result, the government has come out strongly to prevent copyright infringement. Various laws have been put up such as copyright act, Digital Millennium Copyright Act, and No Electronic Theft Act to protect creative works. Creative works are placed online with the consent of the author, and one is only allowed to use with the consent of the owner and acknowledging that it is another person’s work.

Bibliography

Conaway, R. (2014). Principles of Responsible Management: Glocal Sustainability,
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Lloyd, I. (2014). Information Technology Law. New York: Oxford University Press.

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