Readings in Cyberethics
Richard A. Spinello, Herman T. Tavani
Jones and Bartlett Publishers, 2001 - Business & Economics - 601 pages
This anthology of 42 essays addresses the new moral and ethical questions raised by computers and the Internet. Conflicting points of view are presented in the areas of free speech and content controls, intellectual property, privacy, security, and, finally, professional ethics and codes of conduct.
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