Due to this reason many of these companies begin to expose financial fraud. The government believed that the impact of these actions was not going to be corrected by the free market economy. Therefore, the government did the necessary to impose legislation and to establish a consistent ethical standard across the country. The major changes of the act can be summarized in the first title of the act with “the creation of the Public Company Accounting Oversight Board, also known as the PCAOB” (Secgov, 2015). The board is allow to oversee the audit process, to establish audit rules, and to enforce the compliance of these rules by significantly increasing criminal penalties for violation of the security act.
In today’s world, a lot of companies are incorporating a credit score check in the application process. In some cases, this may actually be devastating. Not everyone is in debt due to carelessness, some are in debt because of not having healthcare and being unemployed. Yet a company is going to base this person 's approval on factors that they had no control over. For example, a person may have been laid off due to budget cuts and had to use their credit card to pay for their bills.
4.1 Theft In the event of physical thefts of company equipment or other network property we have to secure vulnerabilities in company property access and perimeter physical barrier that protects all company assets. To prevent intruders from accessing company grounds without authorization we have many choices in physical controls such as surveillance cable/laptop locks, cameras, security guard, alarm system, access control scanners at entry points, mantraps. As a preventative measure from property break-ins, all lower level (easily accessed from outside) office windows must be protected by installing window bars and/or using fence that secures all company property limits. In addition, a mantrap interlocking door control would greatly increase security. The interlocking door control system only allows a single individual at a time to enter the “trap”, the individual is than required to provide credential such as smart card, biometric verification, PIN and key fob in order to gain access to company grounds.
The Fourth Amendment protects people from unreasonable searches and seizures (Hall, 2014). In the scenario, it is important to remember that the employer is a government entity and the Fourth Amendment was originally designed to limit government authority as it applies to unreasonable searches and seizures (Hall, 2014). You would not be able to make a strong argument that the government violated the Fourth Amendment in this scenario. The property, whether it is a laptop, cell phone, or tablet, belongs to the government. Government entities have policies that employees must read and sign specifically acknowledging there is no expectation of privacy on these devices owned by the government.
I have a complaint, and wish a legal ruling prior to allowing a Correctional Officer to become involved in a legal battle or worse yet, injured: Currently, the Department of Corrections has the authority and directives for Officers to use force within the building or confines of their building. In some instances, where perimeter patrols are on duty, use of force directives apply. There are strict directives for Certified Officers to use force. When certified as a PTO and off institutional grounds these directives again apply. Moreover, these directives apply directly to those inmates who are property remand into the custody of the State.
1. For an arrest to be constitutionally valid, the police must have probable cause. The police can obtain probable cause in several different ways. Probable cause can include a witness statement, seeing the individual committing the crime, and evidence linking an individual to a crime. For example, the police are responding to a residential burglary when they see an individual with a backpack coming from the direction of the residence.
“The NSA is not listening to Americans ' phone calls or monitoring their emails” (Does the Government). As the government states they are permitted to collect any Americans communications The Fourth Amendment protects your privacy, for instance the police cannot search personal properties. Due to the definition of "the right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers,” it makes people feel secure (Legal Information). In addition, it prevents all irrelevant searches that are not useful. On the other hand the Fourth Amendment makes it challenging for law enforcement to gather information.
The crime was a man has robbed a bank, lot of money but instead of keeping the money for himself he donates it to a poor orphanage that can now afford to feed,clothe and care for its children You know who committed the crime. If you go to the authorities with the all information you got, there is a good chance the money will be returned to the bank,you will get some commission for the job you did and leaving a lot of kids in need. What do you do? Turn the robber in to the authorities and get your commission or say nothing since the money went to what you deem a good cause. On this kind of situation using reasoning is weaknesses.
This is because it is applied as police carry out their daily routine activities such as preventing crimes, searching, arresting and charging suspects. Given the ambiguous nature of the existing criminal laws concerning the scope and dealings of conflict and disorder situations, alongside the limited resources allocated to the police departments, and variations in nature of offences; police discretion becomes a principle part for officers to give weight to law enforcement (Griffiths, 2013: 122). First of all, individual officers in streets and fast areas has to decide whether an incident they are coming across fits into the definition of an offence as stipulated by the law and to what extend are they to be subjected to judgement. For instance, in a case of an assault, the law does not give further definitions on whether it is simple or aggravated assault. So it is the mandate of the officer to what kind it fits
To illustrate this we may return to the example given previously, in which a police station responds to distress calls made by citizens. If an already established measure of fairness from this setting where to be established at a bank, the measure would likely be rejected as it would not describe the actual perception of how the customer in the bank would perceive just and fair treatments. The different methods towards fairness in a queue are in most cases based on some pragmatic ideology (Raz et al., 2004) such as, seniority most be prioritized, prioritizing those who require little, an waiting time in proportion to the required service. But for a fairness measure to be accepted, the essential principle of a fairness measure must be that it considers the surroundings in which the measure is taking place. The measure must be conform to the common view of social justice in that particular setting and culture.
But mainly in this aspect, Privacy deals with keeping information about your company from the fileshare to yourself and not non-employees of the company. When the company shared financial information in a fileshare it’s confidential and charges could be filed. The company would most likely in this case file theft against the employee.This crime could leave an employee in imprisonment if the state or federal charges occurred. There’s also the possibility that the company you previously worked for would decide to file lawsuit damages against you and you would have to pay money to the employer. This means you have caused damages to the company and this is possible if the company is known worldwide.
Also, Madison believed the responsibility to protect people 's property in the form of money falls on the government. Several clear demonstrations of this can be observed in law enforcement protecting banks, homes, and places of commerce from being robbed, however, this can extend to less obvious areas as well. We can observe it in FDIC insurance for banks, federal prosecution for counterfeiting, protection from fraud, and even the trade laws we see in places like