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what is the mpact of legislation on ICT policies?
All laws must be adhered by an organisation. Organisation have to up to date with changes in law and adapt to their work. If law is broken, the employee and company is responsible for it. If the laws are laid out and the employee breaks them.
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What is the impact of legislation on ICT policies?
Companies must ensure that employees are aware of: The law, What they must do and must not do,Actions against employees if law are found broken
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What is the impact of legislation on ICT policies?
Such laws and regulations that must be followed are: Data protection act,Computer misuse act,Copyright designs and patent act,Health and safety at work act, Freedom on information act
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What is Regulation of investigatory powers act?
This allows employers to intercept their network to detect any unauthorised use, check if employees are abiding by the law such as computer misuse act or data protection act.
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What is Electronic Commerce Regulation?
All commercial website must provide minimum information about their supplier, its products and services. If the site accepts transaction, the customer must know what steps must be completed and what is involved in that process.
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What is Electronic Commerce Regulation?
If the site accepts transaction, the customer must know what steps must be completed and what is involved in that process. Also the site must allow the customer to correct any details or errors before continuing with the transaction.
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Companies must ensure that employees are aware of: The law, What they must do and must not do,Actions against employees if law are found broken

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Such laws and regulations that must be followed are: Data protection act,Computer misuse act,Copyright designs and patent act,Health and safety at work act, Freedom on information act

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This allows employers to intercept their network to detect any unauthorised use, check if employees are abiding by the law such as computer misuse act or data protection act.

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All commercial website must provide minimum information about their supplier, its products and services. If the site accepts transaction, the customer must know what steps must be completed and what is involved in that process.

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