Ethical and legal issues, privacy
Data publications should take into considerations the rights and responsibilities about ethical and legal issues. Fields that handle critical information as medics and the media have a duty to limit the data that is accessible to the public. Data shared should be reasonable and should not have any negative impacts on the source or to recipients. Legal and ethical issues guide the manner in which information is shared and the information that should be shared.
Ethical issues on privacy and confidentiality control the extent to which physical, intellectual or behavioral information is shared. According to the provisions in the penal code, attack to people's sanctity, both on the individual and family level through sharing inappropriate information contrary to without their consent amount to punishment or fine (Nick 2013, par.12). Fields that handle personal information as those of information, medics and the security should maintain a high level of confidentiality in the way they handle and share their information.
[...] Through this, a humane and sustainable world is created. Justice (fairness, equitability and truth) Everyday interactions with people are determined deeply by the words we alter. Truth varies differently among people. The intent of what we say determines the people's reactions. Every person has a right to stand to their own arguments as long as they do not undermine the freedom of other people. It is, therefore, important to ensure justice in what we say or what we talk to ensure that it does not distress other people (Kris, 2013). [...]
[...] Some other conditions remain unsettled regarding the issues of abortion. Most good, least harm With the increasing incidences of environmental destruction, materialism and injustice, so much harm on all living organisms is witnessed (Zoe, 2014). Global issues have undermined the way people enjoy their live in many ways. However, the question remains, can people change the environment they live in to make it better? Simple decisions that people take can change the world that they live in. Human beings should explore the ways in which they can be involved, either as individuals or as a community, to change or live in these environments but with no harm. [...]
[...] Fields that handle critical information as medics and the media have a duty to limit the data that is accessible to the public. Data shared should be reasonable and should not have any negative impacts on the source or to recipients. Legal and ethical issues guide the manner in which information is shared and the information that should be shared. Privacy and Confidentiality Ethical issues on privacy and confidentiality control the extent to which physical, intellectual or behavioral information is shared. [...]
[...] These rights can, however, be violated in cases where security issues are involved. State can issue a warrant of search of personal property or confiscation of personal property to protect the interests of the citizens. Personal information can be published in newspapers if such information is of public interest. Protection of life during pregnancy Issues concerning the protection of life during pregnancy have lately ignited debates on the way related issues should be handled. Issues about abortion focus on the law and the politics. [...]
[...] Retrieved from: http://atheism.about.com/od/abortioncontraception/p/AbortionEthics.htm Catherine, O., Jennifer, S,. &Eimear, S. (2013). Protection of life during pregnancy bill. Retrieved from: http://ijls.ie/wpcontent/uploads/2013/07/IJLS_Vol_3_Issue_3_Article_1_Introduction.pdf Zoel, W. (2014). Most good, least harm. Retrieved from: http://www.amazon.com/Most-GoodLeast-Harm-Meaningful/dp/1582702063 Kris, R. (2013). Standing up and speaking for fairness, equity and justice. [...]
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