Sunday, January 27, 2013

Discovery of Customer Malfeasance

Read the short case “Discovery of Customer Malfeasance” in Chapter 10 of the textbook and answer these questions: 
  • How far should you be willing to push the ethical case that you should not be aiding and abetting tax fraud?
  • Would you personally and/or your company be criminally liable if you did? This answer may vary based on the laws in your country.
  • What does due diligence require in this case?
  • In general, what responsibilities do computing professionals have in situations like this?
  • Is it enough to produce (as employees and as companies) what the client requests?

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Elad Shalom,
CTO at ITweetLive.com

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