This week’s assignment is a scholarly discussion about the potential ethical or unethical uses of data or information obtained through the use of technology. You will choose a position (i.e., the use is ethical or the use is unethical) and defend the position using the terms, principles, and concepts of at least one ethical approach (e.g. teleology, deontology, virtue) for one of the areas listed below. In addition, your paper must identify and define the ethical approach or approaches you will use. As a note, defending a position requires presenting an ethical argument supporting or refuting an organization’s use of the data or information obtained from your chosen area.Defend the use of data or information from one of these areas: facial recognition, social engineering, voice recognition, location tracking, website tracking, or purchase tracking.Required Section Headings:IntroductionEthical ApproachEthical Use DiscussionSummary/ConclusionRemember to support your statements with factual information (i.e., attribution/citations). In addition, material from the course textbook or the textbook’s author(s) cannot comprise more than 25% of the sourced and/or quoted material.The paper must following the formatting guidelines in The Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association (2020), (7th ed.), and contain a title page, five scholarly references, three to five pages of content, and a reference page. In addition, the paper will be submitted through the Turnitin originality-checking tool.
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