This handbook provides an accessible overview of the most important issues in information and computer ethics. It covers: foundational issues and methodological frameworks; theoretical issues affecting property, privacy, anonymity, and security; professional issues and the information-related professions; responsibility issues and risk assessment; regulatory issues and challenges; access and equity issues. Each chapter explains and evaluates the central positions and arguments on the respective issues, and ends with a bibliography that identifies the most important supplements available on the topic.Just as important to the birth and growth of a discipline is cooperation among aa critical massa of scholars, as well as the creation of courses to ... This concluding section of the present essay describes some milestones in that important aspect of the history of computer ethics. ... aready-made audiencea of enthusiastic computer science and philosophy scholars. ... In 1987, for example, the Research Center on Computing aamp; Society (RCCS, see www.southernct.edu/organizations/ rccs/) atanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Handbook of Information and Computer Ethics|
|Author||:||Kenneth E. Himma, Herman T. Tavani|
|Publisher||:||John Wiley & Sons - 2008-06-09|