Ethical Imperative Screening

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The Ethical Imperative in the Context of Evolving Technologies Editors Dan McIntosh Ralph Drabic Kristina Huber Igor Vinogradov Michael Bassick Faculty Supervision Dr. Dirk Hovorka University of Colorado Leeds School of Business Cover Art By Andrea Jensen Table of Contents Introduction iii Editors Notes vii The Ethics of Genetic Screening 3 Jaylene Stewart, Diem Thy Tran The Ethics of Gender Selection 21 Whitney Akchurin, Ryan Kartzke The Ethics of Stem Cell Research and Prenatal Genetic Alteration 33 Blake Rodgers, Brandon Peterson Chapter 2: Ethics in the Workplace The Ethics of Pre-Employment Screening Through the Use of the Internet 43 Michael Jones, Adam Schuckman, Kelly Watson Employers Use of Facebook in Recruiting 51 Peter Engler, Peter Tanoury Employee Surveillance: An Ethical Consideration 67 Michael Bassick, Tyler McNamara, Deborah Sullivan Chapter 3: Ethics in Social Technologies The PATRIOT Act 83 Kristin Beischel, Jessica Metz, Christine Rathbone…show more content…
Moreover, what causes extreme concern is the lack of direct government regulation addressing the use of such information. There is no law directly addressing this issue or who should be given access to this information. This paper will discuss how the information found from genetic screening limits the rights of individuals in employment and insurance considerations while increasing the accessibility of medical data to third parties. Undoubtedly, there is a need for more government regulation to prohibit the misuse of genetic data as well as a need for companies to abide by ethical standards to ensure the sound applications of this

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