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What is Information Crimes

Handbook of Research on Digital Violence and Discrimination Studies
These are crimes that occur as a result of incomplete and incorrect use of information technologies.
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Information Ethics in the Context of Current Developments
Yusuf Esmer (Faculty of Applied Sciences, Bayburt University, Turkey) and Ayşe Nihan Arıbaş (Vocational School of Health Services, Aksaray University, Turkey)
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-7998-9187-1.ch030
The emergence of globalization due to information technologies and the changes and/or developments brought about by globalization require organizations to have more knowledge about ethics and therefore to be more interested in this issue. The use of information and communication technologies in organizations in accordance with ethical values is considered important in terms of the integrity, functioning, and efficiency of both employees and organizations. Individuals, managers, organizations, and researchers have important duties in the field of information ethics in order to prevent the making of difficult mistakes that will adversely affect individuals and organizations during the use of information technologies. In this context, information ethics has been examined in this study in the context of recent developments all over the world, especially the developments in the global COVID-19 pandemic process.
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