Ethics for the Information Age

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Pearson/Addison-Wesley, 2005 - Computers - 424 pages
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Ethics for the Information Age provides a balanced, impartial, and modern treatment of computer ethics. Ethical theories are introduced early and used throughout the book to evaluate moral problems related to information technology, issues are examined from the point of view of multiple ethical theories to expose readers to various perspectives. Readers are encouraged to contemplate the ethical implications of decisions related to information technology and each their own conclusions.

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Of all the text books I've had to read for my masters classes, this is the one I enjoyed the most. It was well written and had a lot of interesting situations to think about the morality of what was done or should have been done. Read full review


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Michael J. Quinn is a professor of computer science at Oregon State University.

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