The ACS code of ethics is the code of ethics developed for the Australian Computer Society. It applies to computer professionals of different organizations that have accepted the ACS codes. Some of the main considerations of the code are ：Priorities: In terms of priorities, it is required that the person act in such a way that they would only be serving the best interests of their clients, employers, employees and other stakeholders and endeavor to treat them with the same priority as they would treat self-interest. Competence: In providing services to the end clients or working for other stakeholders, the professional under the ACS code will have to ensure that they work competent and diligently. They choose to deliver the maximum value for the client based on requirement. Honesty: In honesty as an aspect, the individual vows to be honest in all their transactions with client and would not misrepresent with respect to skills, knowledge, services, etc.
Social Implications: In terms of work, the individual would also consider how their decision making will have an impact on society and the people around them. There could be some conflicts within the code. For instance, consider the code for priorities. A person will accept as priority the requirements to be met for other stakeholders on the same level of meting requirements for themselves. Now client might have a goal that could be considered as being averse to one’s own company and this could be a potential conflict. Secondly, client might want a certain system to be developed and according to the priorities code, it is necessary to meet client requirements. However, if such a development was to have social implications, there would be a conflict.