Readings in Cyberethics

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Richard A. Spinello, Herman T. Tavani
Jones & Bartlett Learning, 2004 - Computers - 697 pages
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This book of readings is a flexible resource for undergraduate and graduate courses in the evolving fields of computer and Internet ethics. Each selection has been carefully chosen for its timeliness and analytical depth and is written by a well-known expert in the field. The readings are organized to take students from a discussion on ethical frameworks and regulatory issues to a substantial treatment of the four fundamental, interrelated issues of cyberethics: speech, property, privacy, and security. A chapter on professionalism rounds out the selection. This book makes an excellent companion to CyberEthics: Morality and Law in Cyberspace, Third Edition by providing articles that present both sides of key issues in cyberethics.
  

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Contents

Contents
1
Terrell Ward Bynum Ethics and the Information Revolution
13
Deborah G Johnson Ethics OnLine
30
James H Moor Reason Relativity and Responsibility in Computer Ethics
40
Philip Brey Disclosive Computer Ethics
55
Alison Adam Gender and Computer Ethics
67
Luciano Floridi and J W Sanders The Foundationalist Debate
81
Bernard Gert Common Morality and Computing
96
James H Moor Toward a Theory of Privacy for the Information Age
407
Dag Elgesem The Structure of Rights in Directive 9546EC on the Protection
418
Herman T Tavani and James H Moor Privacy Protection Control of Information
436
Challenges
450
Anton H Vedder KDD Privacy Individuality and Fairness
462
Joseph S Fulda Data Mining and Privacy
471
Jeroen van den Hoven Privacy and the Varieties of Informational
488
Security and Crime in Cyberspace
501

James H Moor Just Consequentialism and Computing
107
Regulating the Net Free Expression and Content Controls
114
continued
118
Deborah G Johnson Is the Global Information Infrastructure a Democratic
121
Larry Lessig The Laws of Cyberspace
134
David G Post Of Black Holes and Decentralized LawMaking in Cyberspace
145
Is Cyberspace Burning?
159
Free Speech
173
Excerpts from United States v American Library Association Inc
180
Jacques N Catudal Censorship the Internet and the Child Pornography Law
196
Tomas A Lipinski Elizabeth A Buchanan and Johannes J Britz Agents of Harm
214
Intellectual Property in Cyberspace
247
Excerpts from the Digital Millennium Copyright Act DMCA of 1998
253
Note on the DeCSS Case
264
the Net?
273
Source Software
351
Eric Raymond The Cathedral and the Bazaar
367
Privacy in Cyberspace
397
Piracy
513
Toward
525
Dorothy E Denning Cyberterrorism
536
An American Perspective
542
Helen Nissenbaum The Meaning of Anonymity in an Information Age
555
Frances S Grodzinsky and Herman T Tavani Ethical Reflections
561
Biometrics and Identity
571
Philip Brey Ethical Aspects of Facial Recognition Systems in Public Places
585
Professional Ethics Codes of Conduct and ComputerInformation
601
Elizabeth A Buchanan Ethical Considerations for the Information
613
ACM Code of Ethics and Professional Conduct
625
IEEECSACM Software Engineering Code of Ethics and Professional Practice
633
Don Gotterbarn The Life Cycle of Cyber and Computing Ethics
641
Chuck Huff Unintentional Power in the Design of Computing Systems
651
Richard G Epstein The Wheel
659
Address Ethical Risks with
674
John Weckert Lilliputian Computer Ethics
690
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RICHARD A. SPINELLO is Associate Research Professor at the Carroll School of Management at Boston College. Prior to joining the faculty of Boston College, he worked as a programmer, consultant, and marketing manager in the software industry. He has written and edited four books on computer-related ethics as well as numerous articles and scholarly papers on ethics and management.

Kenneth Einar HIMMA, PhD, JD, is Associate Professor of Philosophy at Seattle Pacific University. His research interests include legal philosophy, applied ethics, information ethics, and computer ethics. Dr. Himma has authored more than 100 scholarly articles, encyclopedia entries, book reviews, and op-ed newspaper pieces, as well as a book, Internet Security: Hacking, Counterhacking, and Society.

Herman T. Tavani, PhD, is Professor of Philosophy at Rivier College (New Hampshire) and President of the International Society for Ethics and Information Technology (INSEIT). He also holds appointments as a visiting lecturer at Boston College and as a visiting scholar at the Harvard School of Public Health. Professor Tavani is the author, editor, or coeditor of five books, including Ethics and Technology (Wiley), now in its second edition.

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