B063 2016: ICT Legislation

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Name 3 ways that Progress Leisure has to comply with the Copyright, Design and Patents Act.
Copying images/photographs, software licensing and copying text.
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Explain how Progress Leisure has to comply with the CDP Act when copying images.
They must have permission from the owner for all images on the website or brochures etc. This also includes permission from customers to use them in images and of equipment suppliers.
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Explain how Progress Leisure has to comply with the CDP Act with regards to software licensing.
They must ensure that their software is fully licensed and not pirated, and they mustn't also make copies of their software.
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Explain how Progress Leisure has to comply with the CDP Act when copying text.
They must not plagiarise text on any publications or their website.
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What is a single-user licence?
This allows the user to load this software onto only one machine.
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What is a multi-user licence?
This allows for installation of software onto several machines, and the software can also be loaded onto the Progress Leisure network.
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What is a site licence?
Software that is available to everyone with network access at the same time. Therefore, this covers laptops and other mobile devices.
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What is a data controller?
A group or person that collects and stores the data about people.
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What is a data subject and who would be the data subjects at Progress Leisure?
A person who has data stored about them. This would include customers and staff members.
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What is an Information Commissioner?
Someone who ensures that Progress Leisure complies with the rules of the Data Protection Act.
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Name the first and second principles of the DPA.
Personal data should be obtained and processed fairly and lawfully, and personal data can only be held for specified and lawful purposes.
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Name the third and fourth principles of the DPA.
Personal data should be adequate, relevant and not excessive, and personal data should accurate and up-to-date.
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Name the fifth and sixth principles of the DPA.
Personal data should not be kept longer than necessary, and personal data must be processed in accordance with the rights of the data subject.
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Name the seventh and eighth principles of the DPA.
Appropriate measures must be taken against unauthorised access, and personal data cannot be transferred to countries outside the EU unless the country has similar legislation to the DPA.
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Describe how the first principle of the DPA is complied with at Progress Leisure.
Personal data is collected by centre during registration. The terms and conditions are available for the customer to see before they submit their online registration form.
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Describe how the second principle of the DPA is complied with at Progress Leisure.
The data controller must supply details about the data that will be collected and what they will use it for when registering with the Information Commissioner.
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Describe how the third principle of the DPA is complied with at Progress Leisure.
The leisure centre needs personal data of the customer so that they can be contacted, and the d.o.b is needed as they may be entitled to a special membership. It is not relevant to collect sensitive information e.g. religion.
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Describe how the fourth principle of the DPA is complied with at Progress Leisure.
The leisure centre would give the customer the option to check the accuracy and update their membership details online.
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Describe how the fifth principle of the DPA is complied with at Progress Leisure.
If the customer membership expires, then their personal details should only be kept for a reasonable time.
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Describe how the sixth principle of the DPA is complied with at Progress Leisure.
The leisure centre must supply the customer with details of any data they have stored about them and they need the option to correct or update their data.
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Describe how the seventh principle of the DPA is complied with at Progress Leisure.
The leisure centre must ensure that their system has adequate security measures in place to prevent unauthorised access. The data must also be backed up.
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Describe how the eighth principle of the DPA is complied with at Progress Leisure.
Progress Leisure must not share or transfer any of their customer data with organisations that are based in a different country unless that country has similar data protection legislation.
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Describe the registration process at Progress Leisure.
Customer completes online data capture form, including personal data. PL database checks essential fields are completed, and prompts if not. System creates account, and prompted for password with first log on. Customer then able to log in.
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What useful data can members view on their personal profiles?
Number of visits, time spent on activity/class, scores in games/tournaments, timings in competitions.
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What is meant by validation?
Automatic checks that data entered into the system is reasonable and sensible.
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Name 5 types of validation methods.
Presence check, data type check, length check, list box, format check.
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Explain a presence check.
Checks that data has been entered into a field and that is has not been left blank e.g. customer's last name.
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Explain a data type check.
Checks that a value entered is of a particular data type e.g. customer date of birth.
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Explain a length check.
Checks that an entered value is of the correct length e.g. mobile phone number.
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Explain a list box.
Used to enter dates and times e.g. booking classes.
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Explain a format check.
Checks that a value entered has a particular format e.g. a postcode.
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What is e-commerce?
Where customers can buy products or services online, using electronic devices.
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What information do traders provide on their websites?
Trading name, geographic address, contact details, details of any entry in a trade register and registration number, details of supervising authority (trade associations), VAT number.
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What information do traders provide when a transaction is taking place?
Different steps to complete transaction, whether or not completed transaction will be saved, correction facility (and failure), terms & conditions, receipt of order.
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Name 4 typical transactions carried out at Progress Leisure.
Online registration, booking classes, entering for events/competitions and logging onto personal profile.
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Explain how Progress Leisure has to comply with the CDP Act when copying images.

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They must have permission from the owner for all images on the website or brochures etc. This also includes permission from customers to use them in images and of equipment suppliers.

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Explain how Progress Leisure has to comply with the CDP Act with regards to software licensing.

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Explain how Progress Leisure has to comply with the CDP Act when copying text.

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