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Relevant Implications (Definitions)

Legal

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You need[2] to consider the legal[3] implications of your outcome[4]. This covers making sure you have permission to use the resources[1] and materials in your outcome as well as protecting the work that your create.

Just because you can do something does not make it legal (or ethical).

Below are some key pieces of New Zealand legislation that you need to take into account:

Questions that you should consider are:

  • Does it obey all relevant laws?
  • What are the laws that are relevant?
  • How will the outcome be protected internationally?
Terms definitions
2. need. An identified requirement of a person, group, or environment[8]. A need is identified from an issue[9] and sits within a context[10]. Technological practice[5] can be undertaken in an attempt to meet an identified need.
3. legal. Requirements that have been established by law. The necessity for legal compliance can influence the nature of the practice and the development of the brief[11]. Legal responsibilities[6] are set out in: * Acts (e.g., Fair Trading Act 1986, Consumer Guarantees Act 1993, Health and Safety in Employment Act 1992, Privacy Act 1993, Employment Relations Act […]
4. outcome. Products and systems developed through Technological Practice[5] for a specific purpose. A technological outcome is evaluated in terms of its fitness for purpose[7], and can be described by their physical and functional nature.
Terms definitions
1. resources. You need to consider the legal implications of your outcome. This covers making sure you have permission to use the resources and materials in your outcome as well as protecting the work that your create. Just because you can do something does not make it legal (or ethical). Below are some key pieces of New […]
2. need. You need to consider the legal implications of your outcome. This covers making sure you have permission to use the resources and materials in your outcome as well as protecting the work that your create. Just because you can do something does not make it legal (or ethical). Below are some key pieces of New […]
3. legal. You need to consider the legal implications of your outcome. This covers making sure you have permission to use the resources and materials in your outcome as well as protecting the work that your create. Just because you can do something does not make it legal (or ethical). Below are some key pieces of New […]
4. outcome. You need to consider the legal implications of your outcome. This covers making sure you have permission to use the resources and materials in your outcome as well as protecting the work that your create. Just because you can do something does not make it legal (or ethical). Below are some key pieces of New […]
5. Technological practice. You need to consider the legal implications of your outcome. This covers making sure you have permission to use the resources and materials in your outcome as well as protecting the work that your create. Just because you can do something does not make it legal (or ethical). Below are some key pieces of New […]