Although the practice of collecting data on individuals by the U.S. government might invade individual privacy, many companies use IT to measure the quality and quantity of an employee’s work. Discuss the ethical implications of this practice. 75 words sa

Although the practice of collecting data on individuals by the U.S. government might invade individual privacy, many companies use IT to measure the quality and quantity of an employee’s work. Discuss the ethical implications of this practice. 75 words same textbook In the United States, information that a company collects about the customer is legally the company’s property. In the European Union, this information is the individual’s property. Explain why there is this difference in the legal treatment of this information. 75 words same text book Managing Information Technology, 7th edition) as reference.

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