Kenneth C. Laudon

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ROTECTING individual information privacy is a widely accepted value in democratic societies—without which the concept of democracy based on individual choice makes little sense [1, 7]. Since the 1960s, many nations have developed privacy protection laws and regulations to guard against unfettered government and private use of personal information. While(More)
This article tests two competing theories of system development referred to here as environmental and institutional models. These models form the basis for most explanations of why systems are developed and utilized. We will examine both models in detail and apply them to a single set of data concerned with the emerging national computerized criminal(More)
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