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    Reflecting on the Candidate Ethical Principles (golden rule, utilitarianism, categorical imperative, etc) and the Moral Dimensions of the Information Age (also referred to as PAPA issues: privacy, accuracy, property and access) explain how you would approach policy from the perspective of an end-user subject to the policies, a manager required to enforce the policies and finally as a creator of policies. Does the perspective change the way that you would create, enforce and adhere to a policy? Do different ethical principles seem to lend themselves to the different perspectives?

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    Reflecting on the Candidate Ethical Principles (golden rule, utilitarianism, categorical imperative, etc) and the Moral Dimensions of the Information Age (also referred to as PAPA issues: privacy, accuracy, property and access) explain how you would approach policy from the perspective of an end-user subject to the policies, a manager required to enforce the policies and finally as a creator of policies. Does the perspective change the way that you would create, enforce and adhere to a policy? Do different ethical principles seem to lend themselves to the different perspectives?

    Reflecting on the Candidate Ethical principles, in particular that "treat others as you would like to be treated.", the utilitarianism that all actions should be directed towards achieving the greatest utility for the greatest number of people and the fundamental formal demand that categorical imperatives set on us. We take the two ...

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