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MBA FP6004 McAndrewVanessa Assessment4 Attempt1

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Running head: BUSINESS ETHICS 1
Business Ethics
Vanessa McAndrew
Capella University

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BUSINESS ETHICS 2
Business Ethics
Business and corporate ethics are an embodiment of professional ethics that relate to the
moral problems that arise within organizations. Many ethical decision models get used to analyze
the ethical concerns within a business. They include the Hooker’s three-stage tests, the
Utilitarian mode, the moral rights model and also the justice model (Bevan & Corvellec, 2007).
Our soft drink company is considering to sell the customer data gained through their website to a
third party as a way of increasing their revenues. It is important to note that the organization has
a written commitment to privacy on its website. It reads “We will not sell your personal
information to anyone, for any purpose. Period." Most importantly, our analysis majors on a
cognitive overview of the moral rights model that addresses the ethical situation when the
company exchanges client’s personal information in their website for profits.
A Company’s approach to an ethical issue
The customer data is one of assets that a company can boast of. As long as all the
individual privacy gets protected by the company, the individual can always opt out of the
company’s services. The aspect of client privacy within an organization means merely that any
information regarding the customer, for example, their emails. Pictures and even contact are not
revealed. When a company stores a large magnitude of personal data in its privacy vault, it
should ensure that the information can only get placed or reported in the aggregate without
revealing the personal information of the visiting client. An issue might arise on what they are
doing with the massive amount of personal data. They might decide to sell it which is not only
unprofessional but also reckless.
Ethical Violation of Policy

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Running head: BUSINESS ETHICS 1 Business Ethics Vanessa McAndrew Capella University BUSINESS ETHICS 2 Business Ethics Business and corporate ethics are an embodiment of professional ethics that relate to the moral problems that arise within organizations. Many ethical decision models get used to analyze the ethical concerns within a business. They include the Hooker’s three-stage tests, the Utilitarian mode, the moral rights model and also the justice model (Bevan & Corvellec, 2007). Our soft drink company is considering to sell the customer data gained through their website to a third party as a way of increasing their revenues. It is important to note that the organization has a written commitment to privacy on its website. It reads “We will not sell your personal information to anyone, for any purpose. Period." Most importantly, our analysis majors on a cognitive overview of the moral rights model that addresses the ethical situation when the company exchanges client’s personal information in their website for profits. A Company’s approach to an ethical issue The customer data is one of assets that a company can boast of. As long as all the individual privacy gets protected by the company, the individual can always opt out of the company’s services. The aspect of client privacy within an organization means merely that any information regarding the customer, for example, their emails. Pictures and even contact are not revealed. When a company stores a large ...
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