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Under the Copyright, Design and Patents Act, what must be done to use Copyrighted Material?
1) Permission must be given by the owner 2) Owner must be acknowledged 3) Owner has the right to charge for use
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What do Data Subjects have the rights to under the Data Protection Act?
1) Access personal data a company is holding about them 2) Prevent processing for direct marketing 3) Prevent processing which is likely to lead to distress or damage 4) Have inacurrate data corrected, destroyed or deleted
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What does the Data Protection Act not allow?
1) Unlawful processing 2) Unathorised access 3) Transferring data to countries outside of the EU without a DPA 4) Data to be kept for longer than necessary
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Ethnicities, Religious Beliefs, Political Opinions, Criminal Convictions or Offences and Memberships of Trade Unions are classed as what under the Data Protection Act?
Sensitive Data
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Facilitates electronic communication and data storage, setting up a register of approved data encryption services, and making electronic signatures legally binding are the aims of which piece of legislation?
Electronic Communications Act (2000)
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Under the Health and Safety at Work Act (1974) employees must...
1) Take reasonable care of own health and safety and that of others 2) Cooperate with employer on health and safety matters 3) Use work items correctly in accordance with training 4) Not interfere/misuse anything that is provided for health & safety
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Under the Health and Safety at Work Act (1974) employers must...
1) Set up emergency procedures 2) Provide training 3) Bring a health & safety policy to attention of staff 4) Assess risks 5) Keep record of significant findings 6) Implent and keep record of measures on health and safety
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What does the Computer Misuse Act make it an offence to?
1) Gain unauthorised access to computer material 2) Gain unauthorised access with intent to commit or facilitate a crime 3) Modify computer material without authorisation 3a) Make, supply or obtain material that could be used for offences
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What are the penalties for each offence under the Computer Misuse Act?
1) Up to 6 months prison and/or hefty fine 2) Up to 5 year prison sentence and/or hefty fine 3) Up to 5 year prison sentence and/or hefty fine 3a) Up to 5 year prison sentence and/or unlimited fine
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Why was the Computer Misuse Act needed?
1) It was difficult to prosecute hackers under existing legislation 2) Increased use of ICT has led to more unauthorized access and transmission of viruses 3) The offender does not need to be in the same country provided the computer system is
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In what ways does the Electronic Communications Act benefit organisations?
1) Customers can be confident about encryption services 2) Customers personal and financial data is kept secure 3) Electronic signatures can be obtained on contracts rather than signing hard copies
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What is the main aim of the Health and Safety at Work Act?
To ensure that the working environment is as safe as possible
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Under the Health and Safety Regulations 1992 legislation, what must employers analyse workstations for?
1) Furniture 2) Equipment 3) Environment 4) Job being done
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Under the Health and Safety Regulations 1992 legislation, what should an employee's working environment contain?
1) Adjustable chairs 2)Swivel/tilt monitors 3) Adequate lighting and workspace
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Under the Health and Safety Regulations 1992 legislation, what are employers responsible for?
1) Planning employees work for regular breaks 2) Paying for eye tests if employees require prescription glasses 3) Provide health and safety training on use of workstations
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What do Data Subjects have the rights to under the Data Protection Act?

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1) Access personal data a company is holding about them 2) Prevent processing for direct marketing 3) Prevent processing which is likely to lead to distress or damage 4) Have inacurrate data corrected, destroyed or deleted

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What does the Data Protection Act not allow?

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Ethnicities, Religious Beliefs, Political Opinions, Criminal Convictions or Offences and Memberships of Trade Unions are classed as what under the Data Protection Act?

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Facilitates electronic communication and data storage, setting up a register of approved data encryption services, and making electronic signatures legally binding are the aims of which piece of legislation?

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