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Google and Internet Privacy (B)
Harris, Jared D.; Denoncour, Joan; Heffernan, Edward; Koranne, Rahul; Marxen, Jake; Neu, Thomas; Sundaresan, Narayanan; Bowie, Norman E.; Mead, Jenny Technical Note E-0345 / Published March 13, 2009 / 3 pages.
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Product Overview

This case begins with the resolution of the A case (disturbed by the office reaction to him, Patton resigns), and then discusses the privacy issues in the situation from a Utilitarian and a Kantian perspective.

Learning Objectives

1) To encourage students to discuss privacy issues, specifically electronic monitoring. 2) To have students examine a practical problem (like privacy in the workplace) using several different moral perspectives, e.g., principles versus consequences (or Kantian versus Utilitarian ethics). 3) To have students explore related ethical issues associated with new technology.

  • Overview

    This case begins with the resolution of the A case (disturbed by the office reaction to him, Patton resigns), and then discusses the privacy issues in the situation from a Utilitarian and a Kantian perspective.

  • Learning Objectives

    Learning Objectives

    1) To encourage students to discuss privacy issues, specifically electronic monitoring. 2) To have students examine a practical problem (like privacy in the workplace) using several different moral perspectives, e.g., principles versus consequences (or Kantian versus Utilitarian ethics). 3) To have students explore related ethical issues associated with new technology.