Using Campbellsville University library and/or other sources such as Google Scholar, read at least four (4) academically reviewed articles on the ethical issues that may arise in information management.
Please note that Wikipedia or other internet articles or books will not be accepted for this discussion.Students must support their discussion with at least 4 academically reviewed articles. (Wikipedia, Smallbusinesschron.com and other internet articles are not acceptable. Professor reviews the originality of all postings). Do not copy and paste.
1. Write a comparative analysis of the articles noting the similarities and differences.
2. Compare the information in those articles to the materials in Chapter 14 of your textbook. Does the premise of those articles support the overall theme of the materials in Chapter 14 of your textbook? Why or why not?
3. Discuss what you learned from those articles. In your discussion, give example(s) of your organization handles ethic concerns as they relate to information management.
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