Cyberethics: social & moral issues in the computer age
The penetration of computer technology in society has given rise to new moral dilemmas. The 26 ground-breaking essays in this insightful anthology define the nature of this new moral landscape and offer thoughtful answers to the ethical questions raised by the interaction of people and computers.
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THE MORAL LANDSCAPE IN CYBERSPACE
If Aristotle Were a Computing Professional
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