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Following this introduction, background section describes the idea about mobile cloud computing, and also mentions recent development. Methodology section describes how we analyze the ethical issues based on mobile cloud computing. Objectives and aims section reports the social impact and ethical concern; however, we focus on five main fields. These fields are business, government, medical, education and cloud gaming with social influence and ethical issues. Following objectives and aims section, we report more details about these different fields. For example, in business field, some precautionary measures have already secured the enterprises and businesses by future cloud computing; in government field, national bar associations have released set of laws to allow attorneys’ use of mobile cloud computing; in medical field, form kinds of ethical values in its services, especially in the field of healthcare; in education field, some uploading resource of university is whether lack of academic confidence or not; in entertainment field, due to cloud game, emotion between family and friends are sickness. In addition, we report and answer three questions based on different five fields respectively.
Mobile Cloud Computing Introduction
Mobile cloud computing is a combination of cloud computing and mobile technology to provide mobile devices unlimited computing resources, large amount of data storage capacity and lifting of heavy-duty tasks(Bateman & Wood, 2009).
A whole new infrastructure is maintained outside the mobile devices in which all kind of computing, processing and storage tasks are carried out of the mobile device. This architecture is very helpful for smart mobile phone devices in which mobile applications use this architecture to provide several advantages to mobile phones such as long battery life, data storage and computing...

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