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  1. Computer Ethics: Cautionary Tales and Ethical Dilemmas in Computing by Tom Forrester, Perry Morrison, 1992-01-01
  2. Computer and Information Ethics (Contributions to the Study of Computer Science) by John Weckert, Douglas Adeney, 1997-05-30
  3. Microcomputers in Education Conference: Ethics and Excellence in Computer Education : Choice or Mandate (Sixth Annual)
  4. Business Computer Ethics by Duncan Langford, 1999-04-27
  5. Computer Ethics: A Guide for a New Age by Douglas W. Johnson, 1984-03
  6. Computer Ethics (The International Library of Essays in Public and Professional Ethics)
  7. Case Studies in Information and Computer Ethics by Richard A. Spinello, 1996-06-26
  8. Ethics and the Management of Computer Technology (National Conference on Business Ethics//Proceedings) by National Conference on Business Ethics (4th : 1981 : Bentley College), 1982-10
  9. Computer Ethics - 4th Edition by Dborah GJohnson, 2008
  10. Cyberethics: Social & Moral Issues in the Computer Age (Contemporary Issues (Prometheus)) by Robert M. Baird, 2000-04
  11. IT Ethics Handbook: Right and Wrong for IT Professionals by Stephen Northcutt, Cynthia Madden, 2004-07-29
  12. Morality And Machines: Perspectives On Computer Ethics by Stacey L Edgar, 2002-05-01
  13. Computer and Information Ethics by Marsha Woodbury, 2003-01
  14. Ethics and Values in Applied Social Research (Applied Social Research Methods)

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These policies describe the privileges and responsibilities of faculty, staff and students with respect to computing and network resources. Bentley reserves the right to change the policies over time, as circumstances dictate. This policy is intended to viewed and utilized as a complete document. The policy has been broken up into sections to facilitate ease of use but individual sections should not be construed as distinct or comprehensive policies by themselves. Computing and Network Resources Policy Bentley College 175 Forest Street Waltham MA U.S.A. ... RSS

27. CNN Technology: Online Ethics
CNN Technology. Ethics issue emerges as computer literacy flourishes. Online ethics an oxymoron? September 17, 1995 Web posted at 145 pm EDT
Ethics issue emerges as computer literacy flourishes
On-line ethics: an oxymoron?
September 17, 1995
Web posted at: 1:45 p.m. EDT From correspondent Dick Wilson NEW YORK (CNN) The emerging field of computer ethics is attacking computerized snooping, stealing, and lying while trying to show the way to moral behavior in the on-line world. Concerns are growing among some Internet users as they see how easy it might be for governments or individuals to pry into supposedly private material. "Unlike mail, there are no Geneva conventions that will stop someone (from) intervening between the origin and the destination, looking at that packet before it arrives," said New York University student T. Beads Land. Added fellow student Ilya Slavin, "If you violate someone's privacy by reading their mail electronic mail that is no one can you take to court. Is it ethical? I don't think so. But it's anybody's guess." Another ethical concern is "netiquette," or on-line politeness, and its opposite, "flaming." "You'll see long arguments where an intellectual discussion breaks down into a bunch of name calling. This is flaming," Land said. Joshua Halberstam, a philosophy professor at New York University who has written extensively about ethics, lately has been focusing on information technology and how it is reshaping our sense of personal boundaries. "We are again developing communities, but these are not communities based on geography," Halberstam said. "My neighbor is not the guy next to me. It's the person that shares the same interests as I do."

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  • You can communicate quickly with anyone on the Internet. Email usually reaches its destination in a matter of minutes or seconds. You can send letters, notes, files, data, or reports all using the same techniques. Once you learn how to use your email program, everything is sent the same way. You don't have to worry about interrupting someone when you send email. The email is sent and delivered by one computer system communicating with the Internet. Although it is put into someone's mailbox, the recipient isn't interrupted by the arrival of email. You can deal with your email at a convenient time. You don't have to be interrupted when email arrives, and you can read it or work with it when you have the time. Also, you can send it at a convenient time. It doesn't have to be written or sent at a time when you know the recipient will be available. This is what we mean by the term asynchronous communication You don't have to be shy about using email to communicate with anyone. Email isn't anonymous-each message carries the return address of the sender-but you can write to anyone with an Internet address. All the messages appear the same to the person who gets the email. The messages are generally judged on what's in them, not where they're from.

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Computer ethics is a branch of practical philosophy which deals with how computing professionals should make decisions regarding professional and social conduct. The term "computer ethics" was first coined by Walter Maner in the mid-1970s, but only since the 1990s has it started being integrated into professional development programs in academic settings. The conceptual foundations of computer ethics are investigated by information ethics , a branch of philosophical ethics established by Luciano Floridi . Computer ethics is a very important topic in computer applications.
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Computer ethics can be grounded in one of four basic world-views: Idealism, Realism, Pragmatism, or Existentialism. Idealists believe that reality is basically ideas and that ethics therefore involves conforming to ideals. Realists believe that reality is basically nature and that ethics therefore involves acting according to what is natural. Pragmatists believe that reality is not fixed but is in process and that ethics therefore is practical (that is, concerned with what will produce socially-desired results). Existentialists believe reality is self-defined and that ethics therefore is individual (that is, concerned only with one's own conscience). Idealism and Realism can be considered ABSOLUTIST worldviews because they are based on something fixed (that is, ideas or nature, respectively). Pragmatism and Existentialism can be considered RELATIVIST worldviews because they are based or something relational (that is, society or the individual, respectively).

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... Enquire before Buying Hard Copy Computer Ethics Ashgate Publishing, Feb 2007, Pages: 516 Description Table of Contents Enquire before Buying Send to a Friend The study of the ethical issues related to computer use developed primarily in the 1980s, although a number of important papers were published in previous decades, many of which are contained in this volume. Computer ethics, as the field became known, flourished in the following decades. The emphasis initially was more on the computing profession: on questions related to the development of systems, the behaviour of computing professionals and so on. Later the focus moved to the Internet and to users of computer and related communication technologies. This book reflects these different emphases and has articles on most of the important issues, organised into sections on the history and nature of computer ethics, cyberspace, values and technology, responsibility and professionalism, privacy and surveillance, what computers should not do and morality and machines. About the Author/Editor John Weckert is a Professorial Fellow at the Centre for Applied Philosophy and Public Ethics, Charles Sturt University, Australia.

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