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Ethical issues relating to the use of the Internet and the implications for managers and business practice

  • Mihai Orzan

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    (School of Marketing, Academy of Economic Studies)

When we address the topic of ethical issues on the Internet we are generally referring at two different matters: privacy and intellectual property. Each has been examined extensively in the last five years, since the Internet explosive intrusion in everyday life activities, each has an important number of sub fields that require special attention from managers and other business professionals. The purpose of this paper is to make a short presentation of most relevant developments pertaining Internet ethical issues in direct connection with the business world.

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Paper provided by Academy of Economic Studies, School of Marketing in its series working papers with number 1002.

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Length: 32 pages
Date of creation: Dec 2001
Date of revision: Apr 2006
Publication status: Forthcoming in Marketing Working Papers
Handle: RePEc:ase:wpaper:1002
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