List all the people & organizations affected (the stakeholders) and their rights.
List risks, issues, problems, and consequences, and to whom they pertain.
List potential benefits. Identify who gets each benefit.
Cite applicable legal considerations and class terms.
Identify vague or missing information in the scenario and how that would potentially affect your decision.
Scenario 4: 3 MIT students planned a presentation at a security conference describing security vulnerabilities in Boston’s transit fare system. At the request of the MBTA, a judge ordered the students to cancel the presentation and not to distribute their research. The students are debating whether they should circulate their paper on the Web.
Scenario 8: Your company has 25 licenses for a computer program, but you discover that it has been copied onto 80 computers. What should be done?