Computer ethics: Future directions [Book Review]
Graduate studies at Western
Ethics and Information Technology 3 (2):93-96 (2001)
|Abstract||Changes in information technologylead to new topics and new emphases in computerethics. The present article examines a varietyof such issues, and argues that computer ethicsmust become more rigorous and develop astronger theoretical base. The articleconcludes with a discussion of ways to makecomputer ethics more effective in bringinghelpful changes to the world.|
|Keywords||bar codes data matching data mining employee monitoring global ethics human-computer interface internet regulation privacy responsibility search engines|
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