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Hello, I was wondering if I can get some hints/ideas on the 2 short questions I have written below and attached..Your ideas would be appreciated.kindly provide me a breif answer. Thanks

1) Contrast the policies, attitudes and practices of the Canadian
Alliance Against Software Theft, and those individuals who believe
that software should be freely available for the public good.
Evaluate their contrasting policies, attitudes and practices from
an ethical standpoint.

2)In Canada, self-regulating professions such as Law, Medicine,
and Engineering, are established by an act of each provincial
legislature. Identify the key stakeholders in software development.
For each stakeholder evaluate the advantages and disadvantages of
requiring that a formal profession certify and license software
developers.

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1) Contrast the policies, attitudes and practices of the Canadian Alliance Against Software Theft, and those individuals who believe that software should be freely available for the public good. Evaluate their contrasting policies, attitudes and practices from an ethical standpoint.
<br>Canadian Alliance Against Software Theft (CAAST)'s goal is to provides educational information to corporations, consumers and resellers about software piracy and its implications. It believes that copyrighted software, much like a paper based publication, rightfully belongs to the author/ ...

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