A Level Computer Science: Computing related legislation
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Computing related legislation
Computer technology is used in various applications, and computers have become an essential part of our daily lives. This dependence on computer technology has also created many problems, such as cybercrimes, data theft, etc. Legal issues in using computers are data theft, corruption of data, identity theft, use of pirated software, fraud and harassment (Ex: trolling). These activities are punishable under law.
This A Level Computer Science module introduces computing related legislation to your students, explaining:
- Legal issues with the use of computers
- Acts of Parliament that deal with legal issues
More Legal, moral, cultural and ethical issues
Computing related legislation is one lesson in our Legal, moral, cultural and ethical issues module. The other theory lessons can be found below: