95. Geraldine does not have a home computer, and recognizes that the world is changing and email and Internet access has become a necessity. She did set up a Gmail account, but rarely uses it. Instead, she uses the email account provided to her by her employer, the nonprofit 501(c)(3) tax -exempt Wilson Sports Hall of Fame, located at the football stadium at Wilson University, home of the Fightin’ Wildcats. Because she does not have her own Internet access, she is forced to do her personal Internet tasks, including responding to email, booking travel, reading movie reviews, shopping for Christmas presents, and so on at the office. To compensate for this, she usually has lunch at her desk. She notices, however, that since she has set up her Facebook account, she is spending much more time on the Internet than she used to, and is having difficulty tearing herself away to do her work for the organization. And since she has discovered Angry Birds, she questions whether she is starting to become addicted to the computer, and thinks about asking for a raise so she could afford to purchase a computer of her own.
a. Is Geraldine’s behavior ethical?