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Deborah G. Johnson (Author), Helen Nissenbaum (Author). Focusing on ethical and social implications of computer technology, this is a book about computing and human values that deals with pressing ethical issues arising from the development and deployment of computers in society.
Deborah G. ISBN-13: 978-0131031104. Its selections represent a wide diversity of opinions and perspectives, and offer a balance between theoretical analysis, and description of real-life cases.
Computer Ethics book.
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Computers, ethics & social values. DG Johnson, H Nissenbaum. Prentice-Hall, In. 1995. Computer systems: Moral entities but not moral agents. Data retention and the panoptic society: The social benefits of forgetfulness. JF Blanchette, DG Johnson. The Information Society 18 (1), 33-45, 2002. Communications of the ACM 40 (1), 60-65, 1997. Ethics and Information Technology 8 (4), 195-204, 2006. Computer science handbook.
A comprehensive anthology of readings on computers and ethical issues surrounding their use. Can be used as a core book or supplemental readings in Computer Ethics or Computers and Society subjects. ISBN13:9780131031104. Release Date:February 1995.
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