Internet Ethics

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Duncan Langford
Macmillan, 2000 - Computers - 257 pages
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Internet Ethics offers a comprehensive look at difficult issues facing internet users today. Covering sensitive topics such as censorship, data protection and the law, experts from the US, Australia and Europe have contributed to this fully integrated book. Views of other societies are also crucial to successful Internet use, and so additional comment on the contents of the book is provided from a global selection of specialists, from countries ranging from Botswana to Japan.
  

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Contents

Internet Technology
13
What is New or Unique about Internet Activities?
47
Privacy and Security
65
Law and the Internet
96
The Internet and Varieties of Moral Wrongdoing
127
Information Integrity
158
Democratic Values and the Internet
181
Computer Professionals and YOUR Responsibilities
200
Conclusions
220
Glossary of Abbreviations and Acronyms
241
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Duncan Langford is a Computing Fellow at the University of Kent.

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