Public Policy And The Internet

Author: Nicholas Imparato
Publisher: Hoover Institution Press
ISBN: 0817998969
Size: 59.61 MB
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This book presents the initial findings that framed early discussions on Internet public policy and outlines proposals that should guide policymaking in the future. In addition, Cronin, McLure, and Radin's viewpoints show that the future of e-commerce has as much to do with how policy issues are resolved as with how technological challenges are overcome.

Privacy Handbook

Author: Albert J. Marcella, Jr.
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 0471472417
Size: 45.39 MB
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We don't have to tell you that keeping up with privacy guidelines and having a strong privacy policy are critical in today's network economy. More and more organizations are instating the position of a Corporate Privacy Officer (CPO) to oversee all of the privacy issues within and organization. The Corporate Privacy Handbook will provide you with a comprehensive reference on privacy guidelines and instruction on policy development/implementation to guide corporations in establishing a strong privacy policy. Order your copy today!

Naked In Cyberspace

Author: Carole A. Lane
Publisher: Information Today, Inc.
ISBN: 9780910965507
Size: 67.61 MB
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Reveals the personal records available on the Internet; examines Internet privacy; and explores such sources of information as mailing lists, telephone directories, news databases, bank records, and consumer credit records.

The Virtue Of Prosperity

Author: Dinesh D'Souza
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 0743242068
Size: 79.28 MB
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In The Virtue of Prosperity, Dinesh D'Souza examines the spiritual and social crisis spawned by the new economy and new technologies of the last ten years. D'Souza questions the basic premise of the American dream that prosperity and "progress" will better the human condition. Anchored in history, rich in anecdote, and supported by state-of-the-art data, The Virtue of Prosperity is a tough-minded critique of our high-tech culture, with a surprising prescription for doing well and doing good.

Morality And Work

Author: Tibor R. Machan
Publisher: Hoover Institution Press
ISBN: 0817998527
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In this book, Tibor Machan and his contributors examine some of the special ethical dimensions of work. They offer some controversial alternatives to conventional ways of understanding the labor market. Their proposals take a fiercely individualistic viewpoint toward many sacred cows, ultimately calling for a conceptual and actual merging of labor and management--ending centuries of pseudo conflict and thus any need for a Department of Labor and national right-to-work legislation. The contributors present their controversial views on a full spectrum of work-related issues. They suggest that the minimum wage, subsidies, and price support measures violate freedom of choice for all traders in a free society. They reveal mandated employee benefits to be unfortunate labor market restrictions that actually harm workers and undermine the morality of the labor market. And they show how policies set by federal agencies such as the Food and Drug Administration violate basic property and other individual rights and create a "drug lag" between different markets--as for instance, in the United States and Canada. Morality and Work dares to question why the right to organize and join labor unions should be one of the basic rights of workers, as well as what is the true purpose of government licensing--which allows vested interests to be favored, with some professions gaining, and others failing to gain, "lawfulness." Employment legislation that diminishes the freedom and responsibility of individuals to make decisions regarding their own welfare is held to be morally questionable. Morality and Work confronts these and other issues with a bold, candid approach that is sometimes unsettling but always thought-provoking.