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Intermediate Moral Concepts: Privacy, Property, and Informed Consent
What is one of many definitions of privacy?
The right to be left alone
What is the labor theory of property?
When we mix our labor
with an object it becomes
What is informed consent in the context of this course?
Your consenting to continue on
in ADEM 4016 after studying
the syllabus in the first class and
understanding the nature of the
quid pro quo of it proposes.
What is the analogy between building a statute to the village chief and never transferring Toysmart customer PII to third parties?
Both involve promises and
What is privacy as a (moral) right?
Under this model,
privacy is justified as
essential to autonomy.
What is the “bundle theory of property”?
According to this theory, property
is actually a bundle of associated
rights like to possess, control, use,
benefit from, dispose of, and
exclude others from a physical or
intellectual object. The range of
the property right depends on the
size of the bundle.
What is informed consent according to the Belmont Report?
“Subjects to the degree that they are capable [should] be given the
opportunity to choose what shall
or shall not happen to then.”
What is part of the settlement between the FTC and Toysmart?
Toysmart creditors “can sell
electronic assets only if the
purchasing company abided by
What is the triangle or relational theory of privacy?
Information is public when
directly relevant to the relation
between those who have it and
those who want it.
What is intellectual property?
This form of property is both
non-rivalrous and non-exclusive
according to T. Jefferson.
What is informed consent in relation to risk and safety?
Consent of risk taker to the
nature and breadth of the risk he
or she is being exposed to. If
this risk information is being
covered up, this triggers the
obligaton to blow the whistle.
What are three TRUSTe guidelines for PII transfer?
Mandated third party oversight,
consumer notice and choice, and
privacy policies must be honored.
What is Informational Privacy?
This kind of privacy is about
who has control over information
that is about you.
What do we mean when we say that intellectual property is non-rivalrous?
My having an idea does not
prevent you from enjoying the
same idea at the same time.
What are the three conditions for informed consent as spelled out by the Belmont Report?
What was the “start up” offer made by Disney to Toysmart?
20 million dollars along with 25
million dollars worth of access
to advertising infrastructure.
What is Privacy as a Private Good?
This characterization of
privacy has been overruled
by security as a public
good in the Patriot Act.
What do we mean when we say that intellectual property is non-excludable?
Like the air, intellectual
property expands and cannot
be contained once it is “let out.”
What are “opt-in” and “opt-out”?
These are active and passive
forms of informed consent to the
online transfer of PII and TGI
to third parties (Toysmart case).
What are Toysmartcreditors (and stakeholders)?
Pan Communications and
Blackstone Software are among
these in the Toysmart Case.