Unit 5 -Question 1


1. Code of conduct for organizations and individuals is: Learn, comply with the guiding terms, use social network service providers before registering, participating in social networks. It is recommended to use the full name, personal real name, real name of the organization or agency and register with the service provider to verify the nickname, website address, contact point when joining and using the network. society.2. Organizations and individuals also need to take measures to self-manage and secure their social network accounts and promptly notify the relevant authorities and service providers when the accounts of organizations and individuals do not. losing control, being forged, taken advantage of for unhealthy purposes, affecting national security and social order and safety, affecting the lawful rights and interests of organizations and individuals.3. Organizations and individuals share information with official and reliable sources; have acts and behave in accordance with the moral, cultural and traditional values ​​of the Vietnamese nation; do not use words that cause hatred, incite violence, discriminate against regions, gender, or religion; do not post content that violates the law, information that offends honor and dignity, affects the legitimate rights and interests of organizations and individuals; use offensive language, violate fine customs and traditions; spreading fake news, false news; advertising, providing illegal services… causing frustration in public opinion, affecting social order and safety.4. Encourage the use of social networks to propagate and promote the country, people and good culture of Vietnam, share positive information, role models of good people and good deeds; mobilize family members, friends, and people around to participate in education, and protect children and minors to use social networks in a safe and healthy way.5. Code of conduct for cadres, civil servants, public employees and employees in state agencies: Cadres, civil servants, public employees and employees in state agencies shall comply with the following provisions: for organizations and individuals; comply with regulations of agencies and organizations on providing information on social networks.6. Cadres, civil servants, public employees and employees in state agencies also need to notify their governing bodies in order to promptly have directions for handling, reply and settlement when there are conflicting opinions and information. information that violates the law related to the functions, tasks, powers and fields of management of cadres, civil servants, public employees and employees.7. The Code also regulates the conduct of public authorities; social network service provider. It is recommended that agencies and organizations base themselves on current legal documents and this Code to implement and disseminate the contents of the Code in accordance with their functions, tasks, powers and duties. specific characteristics of their agencies and organizations, in which emphasis is placed on ensuring the safety and health of the “weak people” when using social networks. encourage the full implementation of the contents of the Code and propagate and widely disseminate it to other organizations and individuals using social networks.8. The use of new information technology and the Internet should be informed and guided by the determination to jointly perform the service of the common good within and among nations. This new technology can be a means to help solve human problems, promote integral human development, create a world governed by justice, peace and love. More than 30 years ago, when the Pastoral Instruction on the Means of Social Communications Communion and Progress emphasized it, today the media have the capacity to make people everywhere. anywhere to become “partners in the business of mankind”.9. This is a very unexpected scenario. The Internet can help make that vision a reality – for individuals, groups, nations and all of humanity – provided it is used in accordance with transparent, sound ethical principles, especially by virtue of solidarity. Doing so will benefit everyone, because “there is one thing that we know better today than in the past: we will never be happy and live at peace without each other, much less without each other. the same if one is against the other”. This is also an expression of that spirit of communion, which requires “the ability to see the positive in others.10. There are many problems related to the Internet that are difficult to solve – requiring international consensus – such as how to ensure privacy of law-abiding individuals and groups without needing to there must always be enforcement of the law. How to ensure security personnel do not have to monitor criminals and terrorists; how to protect copyright, intellectual property rights without restricting access to information in the public domain and how to define exactly “public domain”, establish and maintain repositories The Internet’s vast archive of information is available to anyone in a variety of languages. How to protect women’s rights to access the Internet and other aspects of new information technology. In particular, how to close the digital divide between the information-rich and the information-poor is an issue of urgent attention in every aspect of the Internet: technical, educational, and cultural.

 

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