John Halleck's ethics cases One feature of these cases is a section, Why is this a COMPUTER ethics problem and not just a common ethics problem?
Publications on various ethical issues, including a section on Technology ethics and an article on access and internet use in libraries. (Link contributed by Will Conners)
Wired has many articles on line, including some of the readings in Ermann's textbook. You can search their archives at http://www.wired.com/
Our most powerful 21st-century technologies - robotics, genetic engineering, and nanotechnology - are threatening to make humans an endangered species. The machines might be permitted to make all of their own decisions without human oversight, or else ...
Responses to Joy July 2000
E-Money, Steven Levy , Wired Magazine -- Digi-Cash, Ermann reading #11 (2nd ed.)
Anon E-mail Wired
The world wide web and copyright law, Lance rose, Wired
Is copyright dead on the net? November 1993
The Emperor's new clothes still fit just fine Ermann, reading #22 (2nd ed.) February 1995
GNU Manifesto written by Richard Stallman at the beginning of the GNU Project.
In Search of a Common Rationale for Computer Ethics - by Robert N. Barger, PhD.
Computers, Ethics, and Society , David Ermann et al. (2nd and 3rd editions), QA76.9 .C66 C6575
A Gift of Fire, Sara Baase, QA76.9 .C66 B3
Computer Ethics, Deborah
Johnson, QA76.9 .M65 J64(2 editions)
Computer Ethics, a Case-Based
Approach Thomas Barger
Computers and Ethics in the Cyberage, D. Micah Hester & Paul Ford QA76.9 .M65 C66
Ethical Conflicts, Donn B. Parker et al., HF5387 .P367
Cyberethics: Morality and law in cyberspace, by Richard Spinello, TK 5105.875 .I57 S68
Readings in CyberEthics edited by Richard A. Spinello and Herman T. Tavani TK 5105.5 .R3722 2001
Internet Law in Canada by Michael Geist KE 452 .C6 G44 2001
Cambridge Handbook of Information and Computer Ethics, Ed. Luciano Floridi,QA76.9 .M66 C36 2010
Free software Free Society: essays by Richard Stallman, GNU Press, in J-9
Computers, Ethics, and Society , David Ermann et al. (2nd and 3rd editions)
When you find generally interesting items on-line, please send me the links by e-mail, and I will keep expanding this listing.
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