Information Ethics: Malaysian Breach of Trust
State-of-the-Art Theories and Empirical Evidence pp 239-243; doi:10.1007/978-981-10-6926-0_15
Abstract: Currently, Malaysians are confronted with major information trust issues. There are numerous glitches, concerns and trends that are related to current information usage, information ownership and information control. Worst still, the existence and the lack of understanding on social responsibility and ethics towards the practices of social media information usage, intellectual property and information sharing makes it event difficult for Malaysian government to contain social restless. This paper will examine information ethics from an information professional point of view. It will discuss important information matters such as information accuracy and integrity, information privacy and local information national acts and security. Reflections on the glitches, concerns and trends that currently relevant to the supervision of information practice and controls will be discussed too. Particular emphasis will be on the essential involvement of an information professional on current information social and professional issues.
Keywords: Information / Ethics / Information ethics / Information acts / Social media and network
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