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Social and Ethical Issues

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The Social and Ethical Issues associated with IPT. Covers the impact of software, Rights and Responsibilities of Software Developers, Software Piracy and Copyright, Use of networks , The Software Market, Legal Implications

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Software licenses Computing Technology Software Spyware Antivirus software Free software Computer virus Shareware Open-source model Proprietary software Free and open-source software
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It is used to control the provision of essential services such as electricity, gas and water. Virtually all communication systems including traditional phone lines are largely driven by software. Every message sent across the internet, including email, web access, financial transactions and even many phone conversations utilise a variety of software systems. Most physical products use software during their design and manufacture and most electrically powered products include embedded software. Clearly the effect of software on society is significant. When software is inappropriately developed or used the impacts have the potential to be significant. Some problems are due to poorly developed software that includes bugs, other problems are intentional such as malware and other issues are due to un...
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