Ethics and Computing: Living Responsibly in a Computerized World

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Kevin Bowyer
IEEE Computer Society Press, 1996 - Computers - 449 pages
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A textbook for an undergraduate course or for individual study. Explains the fundamentals of ethics and critical thinking about them, and suggests how computer professionals can and should apply them in their work. Discusses not only such well known aspects as hacking, privacy, safety-critical syste

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Contents

Urgency of Ethical Standards Intensifies in Computer Community
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Professional Codes of Ethics
39
Using the New ACM Code of Ethics in Decision Making
56
Copyright

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