2 very simple paper. Total 5 pages (APA) format
On Saturday, October 5, 2013 of this week, read the following case study.
Solnik, C. (2002). Not-for-profits by the numbers. Long Island Business News, 49 (5), 23A
Identify the ethical issues related to financial disclosure in the non-profit organizations discussed in the study.
On Saturday, October 5, 2013 of this week, conduct online research in the Argosy University online library and/or the Internet and identify at least three major public disclosure regulations that monitor the ethical behavior of non-profit organizations.
By Sunday, October 6, 2013, create a two-page, double-spaced report on the ethical basis of the legal requirements for non-profit organizations. Include:
- Information about regulations monitoring the ethical behavior of non-profit organizations
- Notes on the impact of these regulations on the productivity and functioning of non-profit organizations
- Your ideas on the necessity of different regulations for profit-oriented and non-profit organizations
Assignment 2: Ethics and Emerging Technologies
On Sunday, October 6, 2013, read the following paper from the Argosy University online library:
Neelakantan, M., & Armstrong, A. (2006). Source code, object code, and The Da Vinci code: The debate on intellectual property protection for software programs.Computer & Internet Lawyer, 23 (10), 1 â€“ 5
Read the paper to identify the reasons for which Intellectual Property Right (IPR) laws in software are not always effective.
On Sunday, October 6, 2013, conduct online research on the Internet to identify at least two examples of international regulatory protocols to prevent IPR infringement in software programs.
On Monday, October 7, 2013, create a three-page double-spaced business research article on the legal and ethical implications of IPR violation in software programming. Use the following format:
Page 1: Reasons for IPR violations in software development
Page 2: Ethical implications of IPR violations in software development
Page 3: International regulations for IPR violations in software development
All written assignments and responses should follow APA rules for attributing sources.