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In the following task set I will explain the legal, ethical and operational issues that affect St Charles use of information. I will be explaining what each of the three Acts are and how they are used in the College. As well as, briefly clarifying the ethical issues that affect St Charles’ use of email, internet, whistle blowing, organisational policies and information ownership. I will also identify and explain the operational issues in relation to using ICT in the St Charles and the organisation deals with them. I will then finish off by analysing the legal, ethical and operational issues in relation to the use of ICT in St Charles. The following information that will be analysed are: * Data Protection Act 1998 * Freedom of Information Act 2000 * Computer Misuse Act 1990

Data Prta Protection Act 1998. This means that data held about pupils must only be used for specific reasons that are allowed by the Act. In addition to this, data must not be transferred to other countries without adequate protection. otection Act 1998:
The Data Protection Act control how your personal information is used by organisations, businesses or the government. People who are responsible for using data must oblige to the rules called ‘data protection principles’. Making sure the information is used fairly and abiding to the law, used relevantly and not excessively. It is used by St Charles Sixth Form College in the application form, as they must collect information about the students for administrative, health and academic reasons, however must receive the applicants consent due to the Da
Freedom of Information Act 2000:
The Freedom of Information Act gives the public the right to access information held by public authorities. The government first published proposals for freedom of information in 1997, they then explained that their aim was to have a more open government…...

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