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Workplace, Surveillance, Privacy and Distributive Justice by Lucas Introna

Title of the Book: Cyber Ethics

Library Reference: N/A

“To interact with someone without providing that person with all information
would be to socially defraud that person.”

Learning Expectation:
1. Expects to learn about Surveillance Privacy.
2. Expects to learn about Distributive Justice.
3. Expects to learn about different workplace
4. Expects to learn about what is being argued in this chapter of the book,
5. Expects to learn the difference of the authors’ point of view and my point of

Book Review:
Workplace surveillance, that’s the first thing companies tend to monitor it is
important because its their way on how to view and see what their employees are doing
when they are out of their sight as long as they can and as long as its necessary for them
to do it. One thing is because of the honesty of one employee because they don’t know
personally a person who applies for the job they offer they monitor or surveillance the
workplace to see if a person is working well, doing their jobs and don’t mess around and
be lazy or take things that belong to the office. Second is the wellness on how employees
handle their jobs well, about stress in their work and how they act and see interact with
their big boss when he or she is not looking. But as time passes by they tend to exceed
their boss expectation to them that’s the time when the monitoring stops and trust
prevails. In the other hand privacy as a matter of justice, this just tells us that our privacy
should be kept for frauds to prevent entering and using innocent peoples identity.

Integrative Question:
1. What is Surveillance Privacy?
2. What is Distributive Justice?
3. What are the different workplaces?
4. What is your professional responsibility?
5. What is the importance of distributive privacy?