While this application has its benefits I am sure I also see several disadvantages to it. The major one being the fact of using a device while driving takes away from your awareness on the road. The application while I am skeptical on its real benefit it’s only on the Iphone which shows it’s not economical for those it may benefit the most. That is what I see wrong with most technological advances that they are for those that can afford them not for the majority of the population. I would even update my Iphone with this technology if I drove more just to see how well the application works on my
Other countries are dealing with worst software copyright problems. The issue of copyright is not new, and it’s resulted from many factors. In my opinion, copyright violations are caused by the easiness of able to copy software and by lacking of strict enforcement. Some people don’t understand that it’s an ethical issue because by using and copying software without paying is a form of stealing. Many under developed countries are not enforcing the issues of copyright leading to outrageous software piracy.
Critical Analysis on “The Missing Piece to the Gang-Violence Debate.” Dan Gardner’s publish, “The Missing Piece to the Gang-Violence Debate”, is strongly controversial in his position against increasing enforcement of drug laws, and boosting penalties for violators. He believes that you should actually limit enforcement and hardship of sentencing when it comes to drugs. Was his argument persuasive enough in the essay to actually influence his wishes into society? Personally, I don’t think so. Gardner’s ideas are too drastic and I believe he didn’t have enough support in his argument that his plans would actually decrease the murders in gang violence.
While the strategy for RIM as per their annual report is valid, it is susceptible to criticism because Blackberries are great for email and phone calls but the consumer is looking for a device that goes beyond these capabilities and enhances their productivity from a personal and professional standpoint. It fails to focus on the consumer’s requirements for a smart phone or tablet product. Challenges for RIM: 1. According to recent news reports, Black Berry maker Research In Motion Ltd. will avoid a trial with Visto Corp. after a Canadian court ruled the privately held California-based company infringed on three RIM patents. Redwood Shores, Calif.-based Visto "threw in the towel,'' Ronald Dimock, a lawyer for RIM, told Bloomberg News.
By not mentioning other companies that use the same tactics, he puts a negative image on Nike alone instead of all American companies who choose to outsource manufacturing to foreign countries. I think it’s kind of ironic that Mr. Ballinger is doing research on ethical practices of American companies when he himself is using an unethical approach to his research. Another fact that he fails to mention is that what Nike is doing is not illegal. Unethical, yes, but due to weak policies in some of these foreign companies, it allows for American, or any other nation’s companies, to exploit these practices. Also, why doesn’t he mention anything about the retailers who sell Nike shoes?
This can also be judged not constitutional under the condition of the antitrust violation that simply a company in the State of Confusion will be able to construct this product. Given that the businesses are the only ones that can build this certain type of hitch the company becomes in control. So it doesn't open restrictions for rivalry among several kinds of companies. From that we can say that this statute is unconstitutional and hurts the liberty of interstate commerce. Tanya Trucker’s suit may have the chance to prevail in the court.
Leonard Birts ENF 234 Computers in Law Enforcement October 30, 2011 The growing danger from crimes committed against computers, or against information on computers, is beginning to claim attention all around the world. This lack of legal protection means that businesses and governments must rely solely on technical measures to protect themselves from those who would steal, deny access to, or destroy valuable information. Self-protection, while essential, is not sufficient to make cyberspace a safe place to conduct business. Countries where legal protections are inadequate will become increasingly less able to compete in the new economy. As cybercrime increasingly breaches national borders, nations perceived as havens run the risk of having
Business Research RES/351 Business Research Business Research Ethics Ethical behavior has been overlooked in the past, but due to unethical business research, the manners in which businesses are run have changed. Unethical behaviors in business were becoming too common, so government laws and regulations were put in place to help regulate efforts of preventing these unethical practices. Research misconduct is both illegal and unethical. The government defines research miscount as "fabrication, falsification, or plagiarism." Unlike deviations from research methods, misconduct is always deliberate.
The Supreme Court ruled that it was unconstitutional because it did not give the presidential administrations the power to remove board members (Younglai et al., 2010). Another major con of SOX is the cost to comply with the audit requirement. Many lawmakers fear that these costs are pushing firms to move their operation oversees (Sarbanes-Oxley Act. (n.d.). Overall, SOX has caused companies to be more forthcoming with their financial data at the same time instilling more confidence from the public.
This makes his argument that the EU will be disconcerting for the US. Basically, as the GE- Honeywell merger story illustrates, the EU’s power comes from its ability to meticulously regulate all business intending to benefit from the huge regional market. Basically, if any company wants to profit, it has no choice but to comply. It seems that Reid avoids this whole issue because there is little evidence in support of a Europe that has sound economic ideals upon which to build