Access the Geeks for Geeks website. There are 8 ethical issues faced by Information Technology that are described. Choose one of the issues and write your final paper on that ethical issue.
This proposal should be an outline of your paper. Samples of outlines can be found here. Only write outlines describing what you are going to write about. Do not write paragraphs but make sure it is in outline form.
Content for the paper should have the following at a minimum:
Introduction to the topic
A description of the issues related to your topic
How the issues have caused harm
What are the ethical components involved in the issue
How to resolve the issue
soy formula ingest nearly 117 milligrams(chop). The same concerns were raised about mercury in vaccines, the mercury used in vaccines was called ethylmercury. This type of mercury is cleared from the human body quicker than Methylmercury, which is the type of mercury found in fish. The purpose of ethylmercury in vaccines is to prevent bacteria growth. “Data from many studies show no evidence of harm caused by the low doses of thimerosal in vaccines.” Despite this, to ease public concerns mercury was removed from all childhood vaccines in 2001 CDC. As for formaldehyde, it is no different. Formaldehyde is used to inactivate viruses and, to detoxify “The amount of formaldehyde present in some vaccines is so small compared to the concentration that occurs naturally in the body that it does not pose a safety concern.” fda . Any concerns regarding the safety of vaccines can be put to rest considering they are tested, regulated and evaluated for years to ensure safety and quality before being released to the public. Vaccines have become so effective that they have given people the luxury to believe they do not need them. They have worked so well that many generations have never experienced the diseases or witnessed the massive ramifications that not vaccinating entails. Before the Polio vaccines 350,000 cases were reported(who). Margot shared her story about life before vaccines and explained the seriousness of Polio “Children lost the ability to walk, to breathe, to use a limb. Hospitals had wards full of patients living out their lives in iron lungs.”(smith). Since the introduction of vaccines the numbers of deaths due to vaccine preventable diseases has decreased tremendously. According to world health organization there were only 22 reported cases of Polio in 2017. It doesn’t stop there, vaccines are also responsible for the eradication of Smallpox. Smallpox was one of the most disastrous disease to come in contact with the human race. It was a contagious disease whose symptoms include high fever, head and body aches, and extreme scabs and rashes that were sometimes permanente cdc. In 1967 there was 10-15 million cases and 2 million deaths due to Smallpox.Thanks to an intense vaccine campaign by 1978 Smallpox was completely eradicated(history). Furthermore, vaccines continue to save live and prove their effectiveness. According to the cdc “An estimated 322 million illnesses, 21 million hospitalizations and 732,000 deaths will be prevented thanks to routine childhood vaccinations.”(modernhealth).It is rational to conclude based on history, and statistics it is clear that vaccinations are effective. It is verifiable that vaccines are safe, as well as effective, although this still leaves some to question the necessity of vaccinations. Despite some vaccine preventable disease rates being relatively low in the United States, other countries around the world are not as fortunate, and the diseases are still present at large numbers (healthykids.org).The diseases can be brought from travelers and quickly create an outbreaks, and eventually epidemics. An example of this was demonstrated in japan. In 1974, 80 percent of their children were vaccinated for the whooping cough. Due to the successful vaccinations there were only 343 cases that year However, propaganda began to spread that the vaccinations were no longer necessary, and that the vaccine was unsafe. This leg to dramatic decreasing in vaccination, in 1976 only 10 percent of japanese infants were being vaccinated. This of course led to a giant epidemic with whooping cou>GET ANSWER