Ten Commandments of Computer Ethics Quiz

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It is equally bad to write a program that handles the timing of a bomb as it is to make a bomb.

True

Computer viruses that disrupt other people's work are considered ethical.

False

Reading someone's e-mail messages is considered an invasion of privacy.

True

Using a computer to break into a company's accounts and transfer money is legal.

False

Spreading false information on the internet is considered unethical.

True

It is unethical to hack a system in order to bypass authorization and access computer resources without proper permission.

True

Watermarking is a process used to embed information about the copyright owner into pictures in a digital format.

True

Copying someone else's program without proper authorization is considered ethical and encouraged according to intellectual property laws.

False

The Communications Decency Act in the United States was passed to promote freedom of speech on the internet.

False

Using other people's computer resources without authorization is acceptable as long as you compensate them properly.

False

Test your knowledge on the ethical guidelines of computer usage with this quiz focused on the Ten Commandments of Computer Ethics. Explore scenarios related to harming other people or interfering with their work using computers.

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