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1. Food Nanotechnology as Emerging Technology: Framing the Ethical Issues, Oct 03, 2013

Food Nanotechnology as Emerging Technology: Framing the Ethical Issues, Oct 03, 2013

Paul Thompson, Professor and W. K. Kellogg Chair, Agricultural, Food and Community Ethics, Michigan State University, and Stephen Latham, Director, Yale Bioethics Program discuss the ethical issues of food nanotechnology. Visit the Rudd Report website for more information: http://www.yaleruddcenter.org/.

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2. Part 1 of Consumer Rights & Ethical Issues in Marketing by U Aung Chit Khin (Strategy First)

Part 1 of Consumer Rights & Ethical Issues in Marketing by U Aung Chit Khin (Strategy First)

Consumer Rights & Ethical Issues in Marketing by U Aung Chit Khin (Strategy First) - Part 1 Objective: to promote awareness of consumer rights and to direct media, businesses and consumers' attention towards the development of a consumer rights protection framework. - The Four Basic Consumer Rights - Issues in Targeting Minors and Vulnerable Groups - Issues in Product & Packaging- Issues in Pricing - Issues in Communication- Issues in Distribution - Discussion with the participants on how to develop a framework to protect consumers in Myanmar. The speaker will be discussing the issue providing international and local case studies. Profile of the speaker U Aung Chit Khin MBA (Nottingham), Dip M PG Dip M (CIM, UK) Principal & Founder, Strategy First Institute Principal & Executive Director, Spectrum Int'l Holistic Learning Institute

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3. Part 2 of Consumer Rights & Ethical Issues in Marketing by U Aung Chit Khin (Strategy First)

Part 2 of Consumer Rights & Ethical Issues in Marketing by U Aung Chit Khin (Strategy First)

Consumer Rights & Ethical Issues in Marketing by U Aung Chit Khin (Strategy First) - Part 2 Objective: to promote awareness of consumer rights and to direct media, businesses and consumers' attention towards the development of a consumer rights protection framework. - The Four Basic Consumer Rights - Issues in Targeting Minors and Vulnerable Groups - Issues in Product & Packaging- Issues in Pricing - Issues in Communication- Issues in Distribution - Discussion with the participants on how to develop a framework to protect consumers in Myanmar. The speaker will be discussing the issue providing international and local case studies. Profile of the speaker U Aung Chit Khin MBA (Nottingham), Dip M PG Dip M (CIM, UK) Principal & Founder, Strategy First Institute Principal & Executive Director, Spectrum Int'l Holistic Learning Institute

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4. Reproductive technology: the legal and ethical issues

Reproductive technology: the legal and ethical issues

Advances in reproductive medicine have allowed millions of people to have children who otherwise could not. There are effective fertility drugs, in vitro fertilization, artificial insemination, surrogacy, embryo and egg freezing, and uterus transplants. But all these options can also raise serious legal and ethical questions around reproduction and parenthood. This hour we’ll explore the complicated business of making babies using assisted reproductive technologies. And look at concerns around the commodification and exploitation around surrogacy? Our guests KIMBERLY MUTCHERSON, Vice Dean and professor of law at Rutgers Law School at Camden, and JUDITH DAAR, professor of at Whittier Law School.

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6. Ethical issues arise from Europe's 'right to be forgotten' law

Ethical issues arise from Europe's 'right to be forgotten' law

Last month the European Court of Justice ordered search engines to accept requests from individuals to remove links connected to their names. Anti-corporatism advocates applaud the ruling, calling it a victory for personal privacy, but critics worry about limits on free speech and the ability of people to “whitewash” themselves on the internet. We’ll talk with Irina Raicu, director of the internet ethics program at Santa Clara University’s Markkula Center for Applied Ethics. (AP Photo/Jens Meyer, File)

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10. Episode 154: Mike Futter on the Business of Games, Ethical Issues, and Media Positivity vs. Snark

  • Published: 2018-06-25T16:13:25Z
  • By The 1099
Episode 154: Mike Futter on the Business of Games, Ethical Issues, and Media Positivity vs. Snark

On this week's episode, the author of The GameDev Business Handbook and The GameDev Budgeting Handbook, as well as former news editor at Game Informer, Mike Futter, joins host Josiah Renaudin to discuss video games as a business. The two tackle how game news is handled, the importance of understanding the publisher/developer relationship, media snark vs. media positivity, jumping back and forth between development and media, how to critique video game marketing campaigns, and the most common misconception about how games are made.

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11. 085: Therapy Ethics: How to Successfully Navigate Ethical Issues

085: Therapy Ethics: How to Successfully Navigate Ethical Issues

http://australiacounselling.com.au When it comes to navigating ethical issues as a therapist, most of us like to think we have a pretty good handle on what's good ethical practice. But the data says otherwise. We have all heard of stories of colleagues who have breached ethical guidelines, or have had complaints made against them. And still our professional associations regularly receive complaints relating to a breach of ethics or worse, sexual transgressions between client and therapist. On top of that, it appears our professional associations in Australia aren’t keeping up with the development of technology and social media. So Australian therapists are left to make their own guidelines when it comes to interacting with clients online and on social media. So we spoke to ethics expert Dr Elizabeth Riley, who is the Ethics Chair of the Psychotherapy and Counselling Federation of Australia (PACFA) about some of the most common ethical dilemmas that therapists face today. In this interview, Dr Elizabeth Riley discusses: the most common ethical issues she sees in new therapists the most common ethical issues she sees in experienced therapists why we still have cases of therapists involved in sexual transgressions with clients what are the signs that a therapist may be grappling with an ethical issue? what she recommends be the first step for a therapist experiencing an ethical dilemma what an Australian therapist should do if they have a complaint made against them how can a therapist decide what is ethical behaviour online if the professional associations haven’t created a code of ethics in this area the ethical issues related to the delivery of online counselling and therapy her thoughts on the state Australian ethics and where we will go in the future Get the show notes with all the links and resources mentioned in this episode at http://australiacounselling.com.au/session85

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12. Ethical Issues with Confidential Data

Ethical Issues with Confidential Data

Because lawyers are constantly handling confidential or sensitive information, cybersecurity and the careful handling of this information are an important part of running a successful firm. In this episode of Digital Detectives, hosts Sharon Nelson and John Simek talk to Jim McCauley about some of the ethical issues lawyers face and how the Virginia Bar is helping to educate lawyers on how to handle these issues. Some of these issues include information security and common scams used to hack into confidential data. James McCauley is the Ethics Counsel for the Virginia State Bar. He teaches professional responsibility at the T.C. Williams School of Law and served on the ABA’s Standing Committee on Legal Ethics and Professionalism from 2008-2011. Special thanks to our sponsors, PInow and SiteLock.

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14. Webinar | Post Grant for Practitioners: Ethical Issues at the PTAB

Webinar | Post Grant for Practitioners: Ethical Issues at the PTAB

Ethical Issues at the PTAB At the Patent Trial and Appeal Board (PTAB) there are a number of ethical obligations for both parties and counsel in post-grant proceedings. In our webinar, Ethical Issues at the PTAB, Dorothy Whelan and Stuart Nelson will provide an overview of the requirements, including: - The PTAB's rules of conduct - Recent cases assessing allegations of misconduct and sanctions - They will also discuss recent PTAB and Federal Circuit decisions of interest to practitioners.

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15. Weighing The Ethical Issues Surrounding The Washington Redskins, Daniel Tighe and Claire Johnson

Weighing The Ethical Issues Surrounding The Washington Redskins, Daniel Tighe and Claire Johnson

These are podcasts researched, written, delivered, and edited by students in Dr. Faith Kurtyka's English 155: Cortina Composition at Creighton University in the fall of 2016. In this assignment, students had to select a social justice issue and write a scripted argument that would make their audience smarter about the issue.

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16. Helen Costigane: Ethical issues in ministry, del 2.

Helen Costigane: Ethical issues in ministry, del 2.

Helen Costigane: Ethical issues in ministry, del 1. Semesterforelæsning, Menighedsfakultetet, 4/3 2015

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17. Coyote hunting contest raises environmental and ethical issues

Coyote hunting contest raises environmental and ethical issues

Melissa Smith, President and Executive Director of Friends of the Wisconsin Wolf, joins Tony Castaneda to talk about a coyote hunting contest being held this weekend in Crandon. Smith, who plans to observe the event, discusses the threat to endangered gray wolves and the ethics of hunting contests.

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18. Ethical issues in an IT Organization

Ethical issues in an IT Organization

Guest 1: Peter Madsen Title: Executive Director - Center for the Advancement of Applied Ethics, Carnegie Mellon University (CMU) Guest 2: Keith Darcy Title: Executive Director, Ethics Officer Association (EOA) Whether it is related to reporting regulatory compliance, agreeing to hide or delete digital information that may divulge a mis-conduct, blowing whistle against an IT system that may be causing damage to your organization or its customers; it is the duty of IT leadership and the team to maintain and demonstrate a high level of ethics. Is that truly happening?

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19. 2014 To Use Or Not To Use, Or Keep? Ethical Issues In Collections

  • Published: 2016-02-23T21:22:37Z
  • By AASLH
2014  To Use Or Not To Use, Or Keep? Ethical Issues In Collections

This session looks beyond traditional policies on using artifacts in historic sites, looks specifically at deaccessioning, and argues for more flexibility with collections. Participants will solve the problem of three real-life case studies. The aim is to consider the pros and cons of mass deaccessioning, and using historic objects in museums and the legal, ethical, and person considerations that go into decisions. Chair: Kenneth C. Turino, Manager of Community Engagement and Exhibitions, Historic New England, Boston, MA; Gwendolen Raley, Museum and Heritage Tourism Director, Indiana Landmarks, Morris-Butler House, Indianapolis, IN; Jay D. Vogt, Director, South Dakota State Historical Society, Pierre, SD. Download at: http://resource.aaslh.org/view/to-use-or-not-to-use-or-keep-ethical-issues-in-collections/

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