BUS 311 Week 4 Quiz Chapter 027

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BUS 311 Week 4 Quiz Chapter 027

  1. While there are currently no federal laws prohibiting the use of cookies when gathering information regarding adults, the Children's Online Privacy Protection Act prohibits this practice when minors are involved, unless there is parental consent.

BT: Knowledge

PO: 1

True False

  1. The Electronic Communications Privacy Act (ECPA) makes it a federal crime to monitor e-mail during real time, that is, when it is being sent or received.

BT: Knowledge

PO: 1

True False

  1. Even if an employer promises not to read the employee's e-mail messages, courts in some states have still ruled that the promise does not create a reasonable expectation of privacy.

BT: Knowledge

PO: 1

True False

  1. Transferring funds from one bank account to another, changing students' grades in college computer files, and crediting accounts for purchases made are not instances of unauthorized use of computers.

BT: Knowledge

PO: 2

True False

  1. It is not a crime under the ECPA to disclose to a third party the contents of stored computer information that has been obtained without permission.

BT: Knowledge

PO: 3

True False

  1. Under the ECPA there must be intent to exceed authorization for a crime to be committed; the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act (CFAA) also requires such intent if the intrusion onto another person's computer stored information causes damage.

BT: Knowledge

PO: 3

True False

  1. Federal criminal statutes are not used to prosecute computer crime.

BT: Knowledge

PO: 3

True False

  1. The laws governing online gambling vary from state to state, and most states have pending regulations that would severely restrict how and when such gambling may take place.

BT: Knowledge

PO: 3

True False

  1. The rules relating to legal purpose and competent parties in contract law do not apply to agreements made in the form of wagers placed online.

BT: Knowledge

PO: 3

True False

  1. Defamatory statements would include slander but not libel.

BT: Knowledge

PO: 4

True False

  1. The rules of defamation vary depending on whether one is or is not a public figure.

BT: Knowledge

PO: 4

True False

  1. When individuals learn that someone has posted an untruth about them, especially when such untruth harms them professionally, they often attempt to hold their ISP liable.

BT: Knowledge

PO: 4

True False

  1. Spam is undesirable because it can drain an ISP's resources, strain network bandwidth, and clog a user's e-mail folders.

BT: Knowledge

PO: 4

True False

  1. Sometimes pictures that are contained on Web sites are alleged to be defamatory.

BT: Knowledge

PO: 4

True False

  1. From a legal standpoint, it is not allowable for a seller to solicit via e-mail.

BT: Knowledge

PO: 4

True False

  1. The rapid advances in technology being experienced today make it difficult for people to maintain online anonymity or distance between themselves and powerful:

A. sales.

B. interests.

C. forces.

D. departments.

  1. 17 Online marketers of products and services have quickly recognized that learning about consumers' online behavior presents a real opportunity to increase their:

A. sales.

B. interests.

C. forces.

D. departments.

  1. There are ___ distinct rights of privacy generally recognized in the United States.

A. six

B. four

C. five

D. two

  1. A file that is imbedded on the hard drive of a computer, often without a person's knowledge, that collects and stores information about the user and his or her behavior, including the Web sites that have been visited, is known as a:

A. spoof.

B. cookie.

C. crunch.

D. froth.

  1. The process in which a legitimate Web site is reproduced in order to fool users into thinking that they are connected to a trusted site is known as:

A. spoofing.

B. cookie.

C. crunch.

D. froth.

  1. Consumers who believe that their right to privacy is being violated by the embedding of software can complain to the:

A. Federal Tort Curbing Agency.

B. Administration and Trade Commission.

C. Agency against Unfair Trade Practices.

D. Federal Trade Commission.

  1. The ECPA also grants an Internet service provider (ISP) the right to __ e-mail messages without the subscriber's consent.

A. monitor

B. screen

C. block

D. redirect

  1. A bank employee who programs the bank's computer to make deductions from one or several accounts, and to deposit the funds to an account set up and controlled by the employee, could be prosecuted for __even though he or she had not touched actual currency.

A. counterfeiting

B. embezzlement

C. falsification

D. fraud

  1. Many computer crimes, particularly those in which the computer is used as a means of engaging in criminal activity, are simply technologically advanced versions of:

A. precipitate crimes.

B. statutory crimes.

C. standard crimes.

D. narcissistic crimes.

  1. Unauthorized access to computers invites violation of:

A. objectives.

B. duties.

C. rights.

D. goals.

  1. A person who gains unauthorized access to computers, either for mischief or with criminal intent, is called a(n):

A. imposter.

B. fraud.

C. genius.

D. hacker.

  1. Instructions hidden in software with the potential to cause significant damage to both hardware and software is a:

A. virus.

B. piracy.

C. corruption.

D. fade.

  1. The Electronic Communications Privacy Act (ECPA) states that individuals may not gain access without permission to a(n):

A. fund transfer system.

B. cyberspace privacy system.

C. electronic communication system.

D. antiviral organization.

  1. Under the ECPA, to disclose to a third party the contents of stored computer information that has been obtained without permission is a(n):

A. treachery.

B. crime.

C. tort.

D. allegiance.

  1. Even if a person's intent is good and his or her conduct accidentally causes damage, then he or she may be prosecuted for a federal crime under the:

A. Can-Spam Act.

B. Electronic Communications Privacy Act.

C. Computer Fraud and Abuse Act.

D. Electronic Funds Transfer Act.

  1. To use any device that is part of an electronic transfer mechanism to steal money, goods, or services or to alter data, interrupt wire transmissions, or use stolen codes or passwords, when the purpose of such activity is to obtain something of value unlawfully, is a federal offense under the:

A. Can-Spam Act.

B. Electronic Communications Privacy Act.

C. Computer Fraud and Abuse Act.

D. Electronic Funds Transfer Act.

  1. Federal and state laws make most forms of gambling:

A. official.

B. illegal.

C. unethical.

D. beneficial.

  1. Federal legislation disallows most, but not all kinds of online:

A. gambling.

B. surfing.

C. monitoring.

D. screening.

  1. It is a problematic issue as to how offshore gambling can be regulated, where ___ laws generally do not apply.

A. consumer protection

B. human rights

C. constitutional

D. administrative

  1. Speech that harms a person's reputation is referred to as:

A. intentional infliction of emotional distress.

B. obscene statement.

C. defamation.

D. deception.

  1. When a person sustains severe anxiety, the injured party may sue the offending party for causing:

A. illegal interference in privacy.

B. intentional infliction of emotional distress.

C. obscene statement.

D. defamation.

  1. In the case of newspapers, the ___ may not recover damages unless he or she can show that the newspaper acted with actual malice.

A. journalist

B. agent

C. individual inflicted with distress

D. defamed individual

  1. A federal statute passed to regulate Web sites that contain obscene material or child pornography has now been ruled by the courts to violate due process of law to be:

A. ambiguous.

B. ultravirus.

C. unconstitutional.

D. unstatutory.

  1. Unsolicited e-mails sent for commercial purposes are popularly referred to as:

A. spam.

B. cookie.

C. virus.

D. spyware.

  1. Many experts argue that the problem with the legal definition of __ is that it is too vague and ambiguous.

A. defamation

B. sexual harassment

C. spoofing

D. obscenity

  1. Bryan, an employee of Anderson Co., regularly placed orders for raw materials with Sasha, an employee of Kleinman Glass Corporation. Bryan then sent an e-mail to Sasha through his work e-mail account, asking her to go out to dinner with him. Bryan's immediate supervisor at Anderson Co. read the e-mail. What consequences will Bryan have to face for his act?

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