1. During this course number of possible criteria were considered for finding when whistle-blowing would be morally justified. Which of the following is not one of those criteria?
a. Whistle-blower has compelling evidence.
b. Whistle-blower, except in special circumstances, has exhausted all internal channels for dissent before going public.
c. Whistle-blower has some chance of success.
d. Whistle-blower has taken steps to prevent or minimize retaliation.
e. Whistle-blower has acted after careful analysis of the seriousness of the wrongdoing.
2. Installation of corporate router is the most common security safety measure taken by businesses today.
3. Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002 is federal law which gives strong protection for whistle-blowers.
4. Which of the given statements about whistle-blowing is true?
a. Whistle-blowing is fairly common and draws attention to all sorts of issues, from mundane to the serious.
b. There is almost universal government protection for whistle-blowers.
c. A short statute of limitations is one major weakness in many whistle-blower protection laws.
d. False Claims Act is intended to discourage whistle-blowers from coming forward with frivolous claims.
5. "Digital divide" basically is a term utilized to highlight difference in the fundamental standard of living among developed and so-called less-developed countries.