GROUP MEMBERS AFTAB SP-09-CE-144 EJAZ SP-09-140
 
SEQUENCE
What is Ethics ?
Ethics
“ The  values  an individual uses to interpret whether any particular  action  or  behavior  is considered acceptable or a...
Need: Good life
Islamic law ( SHARIAH  )
What is Islam?
Islamic law ( Shariah )
Basic principle for social conduct NO HARM OR RECIPROCATING HARM
Potential ICT related harm
 
Netiquette Ethics and Netiquette Remember the human Communication on the Internet does not replace/ substitute normal cont...
Netiquette Ethics and Netiquette Don’t abuse your new found anonymity Adhere to the same standards of behavior online that...
Spying and Backbiting Ethics and Netiquette
Netiquette Respect  people's time and bandwidth Avoid chain emails; large attachments; Use a subject that defines your ema...
Relaying of unfounded information Ethics and Netiquette
Netiquette Ethics and Netiquette Avoid sloppy language/ grammar Don’t use ALL CAPS (which denotes shouting) Easy on the ex...
Respect Ownership Ethics and Netiquette Respect/ acknowledge intellectual property
Using someone’s property unjustly Ethics and Netiquette
Copy/ share/ modify/ sell rights Ethics and Netiquette All Rights Reserved Some Rights Reserved Creative Commons
Creative Commons Ethics and Netiquette ( by:  Attribution) ( sa:  Share-alike) ( nd:  No derivates) ( nc:  Non-commercial)
Netiquette Ethics and Netiquette Respect other people's privacy
Privacy and Confidentiality
Netiquette Ethics and Netiquette Don’t abuse the power entrusted to you
Fulfilling trust
Netiquette Ethics and Netiquette Protect your Haya (modesty) See No Evil, Hear No Evil, Do No Evil Live An Online Life Of ...
Man is accountable
Code of Ethics
General Moral Imperatives
How to acquire  good ethics
1.  Learning about knowledge
What is true knowledge
2)  Company of pious people
SUMMARY
 
Aao Hum Ik Shehar Basa’ein “ Live in such a way that you would not be Ashamed to sell your parrot to the  town gossip.”
 
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  • Be they men or women those who believe and do what is right, We shall surely endow with a good life : We shall reward them according to their noblest actions (16:97).
  • (16:97).
  • Related links: http://www.theikhlaas.com/resources/articles/beliefs/the%20five%20branches%20of%20islam.html By Muamalat we mean affairs which have a monetary aspect to them, such as, business transactions, debt, contract, service and labor, and the other term. Muasharat, is applied to the behavior we give countenance to in our dealings with those with whom we come into contact either permanently, as with parents, husbands, children, brothers, sisters and other relatives, and neighbors or temporarily, as, for instance, fellow travelers in the course of a journey, or office or business colleagues and partners. A Tradition of the Prophet (Peace be upon him) says: “ Some people will take with them from here a large stock of virtue earned through deeds like prayer fasting, charity and alms-giving, but their conduct in relation to social and monetary affairs will be poor they will have aggressed against someone’s rights, wounded the feelings of somebody, indulged in back biting and, so on. When they will arrive at the place of Reckoning, on the last day, those against whom they have been guilty of those transgressions will rise up in petition and appeal to God for justice. The Almighty God will them do justice and deliver his Judgement : their good deeds will be taken away from them and transferred to the aggrieved parties, and when these will not suffice, the sins of the aggrieved parties will be forced down upon them and, ultimately, they will be thrown into the hell.” Source: http://www.darululoomkhi.edu.pk/fiqh/faith&practice/socialconduct.html The studying of Muamalat is called Fiqh al Muamalat.
  • Related links: http://www.theikhlaas.com/resources/articles/beliefs/the%20five%20branches%20of%20islam.html By Muamalat we mean affairs which have a monetary aspect to them, such as, business transactions, debt, contract, service and labor, and the other term. Muasharat, is applied to the behavior we give countenance to in our dealings with those with whom we come into contact either permanently, as with parents, husbands, children, brothers, sisters and other relatives, and neighbors or temporarily, as, for instance, fellow travelers in the course of a journey, or office or business colleagues and partners. A Tradition of the Prophet (Peace be upon him) says: “ Some people will take with them from here a large stock of virtue earned through deeds like prayer fasting, charity and alms-giving, but their conduct in relation to social and monetary affairs will be poor they will have aggressed against someone’s rights, wounded the feelings of somebody, indulged in back biting and, so on. When they will arrive at the place of Reckoning, on the last day, those against whom they have been guilty of those transgressions will rise up in petition and appeal to God for justice. The Almighty God will them do justice and deliver his Judgement : their good deeds will be taken away from them and transferred to the aggrieved parties, and when these will not suffice, the sins of the aggrieved parties will be forced down upon them and, ultimately, they will be thrown into the hell.” Source: http://www.darululoomkhi.edu.pk/fiqh/faith&practice/socialconduct.html The studying of Muamalat is called Fiqh al Muamalat.
  • For detailed commentary on this Hadith, see http://fortyhadith.iiu.edu.my/hadith32.htm Another maxim is: “Harm must be eliminated” (Ad-dararu yuzal) Similarly, Ibn Omar related that he heard Muhammad saying: “A Muslim who worships in moderation reaches by means of his good manners and noble nature the rank of a person who fasts and recites the holy Quran in the night prayers.” [Imam Ahmed]
  • Avoid flamewars
  • Dhann-as-soo (suspicions); Tajassus (spying); Gheeba (backbiting) Zain: Zaitoon Dhan: Aadhaan Dha: Dhann Daad: Ziaaa 6. O you who believe! If a rebellious evil person comes to you with a news, verify it, lest you harm people in ignorance, and afterwards you become regretful to what you have done. (49:6)
  • Dhann-as-soo (suspicions); Tajassus (spying); Gheeba (backbiting)
  • Don’t write in an email what you will not put on a post card
  • Also, the characteristics or believers is described as: “ Those who faithfully observe their trusts and their covenants.” Surah Al-Mu’minoon (23:8)
  • “ Harm must be eliminated” (Ad-dararu yuzal)
  • “ Harm must be eliminated” (Ad-dararu yuzal)
  • There are other details as well, that can be seen at: http://www.acm.org/about/code-of-ethics
  • “ Harm must be eliminated” (Ad-dararu yuzal)
  • Remember that your example is Rasool Allah (Sallalahu Alaihi Wassalam).
  • A Presentation By Aftab Malick & Ejaz Bhatti @ CASE

    1. 3. GROUP MEMBERS AFTAB SP-09-CE-144 EJAZ SP-09-140
    2. 5. SEQUENCE
    3. 6. What is Ethics ?
    4. 7. Ethics
    5. 8. “ The values an individual uses to interpret whether any particular action or behavior is considered acceptable or appropriate”. ETHICS
    6. 9. Need: Good life
    7. 10. Islamic law ( SHARIAH )
    8. 11. What is Islam?
    9. 12. Islamic law ( Shariah )
    10. 13. Basic principle for social conduct NO HARM OR RECIPROCATING HARM
    11. 14. Potential ICT related harm
    12. 16. Netiquette Ethics and Netiquette Remember the human Communication on the Internet does not replace/ substitute normal contact.
    13. 17. Netiquette Ethics and Netiquette Don’t abuse your new found anonymity Adhere to the same standards of behavior online that you follow in real life.
    14. 18. Spying and Backbiting Ethics and Netiquette
    15. 19. Netiquette Respect people's time and bandwidth Avoid chain emails; large attachments; Use a subject that defines your email; Always read FAQs (discussion lists).
    16. 20. Relaying of unfounded information Ethics and Netiquette
    17. 21. Netiquette Ethics and Netiquette Avoid sloppy language/ grammar Don’t use ALL CAPS (which denotes shouting) Easy on the exclamation marks!!!! Avoid using short forms in formal communication
    18. 22. Respect Ownership Ethics and Netiquette Respect/ acknowledge intellectual property
    19. 23. Using someone’s property unjustly Ethics and Netiquette
    20. 24. Copy/ share/ modify/ sell rights Ethics and Netiquette All Rights Reserved Some Rights Reserved Creative Commons
    21. 25. Creative Commons Ethics and Netiquette ( by: Attribution) ( sa: Share-alike) ( nd: No derivates) ( nc: Non-commercial)
    22. 26. Netiquette Ethics and Netiquette Respect other people's privacy
    23. 27. Privacy and Confidentiality
    24. 28. Netiquette Ethics and Netiquette Don’t abuse the power entrusted to you
    25. 29. Fulfilling trust
    26. 30. Netiquette Ethics and Netiquette Protect your Haya (modesty) See No Evil, Hear No Evil, Do No Evil Live An Online Life Of Taqwa ! Taqwa (Parable): Protecting One’s Self On A Thorny Path
    27. 31. Man is accountable
    28. 32. Code of Ethics
    29. 33. General Moral Imperatives
    30. 34. How to acquire good ethics
    31. 35. 1. Learning about knowledge
    32. 36. What is true knowledge
    33. 37. 2) Company of pious people
    34. 38. SUMMARY
    35. 40. Aao Hum Ik Shehar Basa’ein “ Live in such a way that you would not be Ashamed to sell your parrot to the town gossip.”

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