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Title Computers, ethics & social values / edited by Deborah G.Johnson, Helen Nissenbaum
Published Englewood Cliffs, N.J. : Prentice Hall, [1995]


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 MELB  174.90904 Joh/Cea  AVAILABLE
Description vi, 714 pages ; 24 cm
Contents What Is Computer Ethics? / James H. Moor -- Coming into the Country / John P. Barlow -- Computer Ethics: Responsibility Regained / Donald Gotterbarn -- Computer, Ethics, and Social Responsibility / Terry Winograd -- Paramedic Ethics for Computer Professionals / W. Robert Collins and Keith W. Miller -- Case: The Computer Worm: A Report to the Provost of Cornell University / Ted Eisenberg et al. -- Rogue Computer Programs and Computer Rogues: Tailoring the Punishment to Fit the Crime / Anne W. Branscomb -- Are Computer Property Rights Absolute? / Richard Stallman -- A Dialog on Hacking and Security / Dorothy Denning and Frank Drake -- Are Computer Hacker Break-Ins Ethical? / Eugene H. Spafford -- Computer Virus Legislation / Marc Rotenberg -- Introduction / John W. Snapper -- Case: Evolution of Case Law on Copyrights and Computer Software / Office of Technology Assessment -- Moral Foundations of Intellectual Property Rights / Arthur Kuflik -- Intellectual Property Protections for Computer Software / John W. Snapper -- Why Software Should Be Free / Richard Stallman -- Should I Copy My Neighbor's Software? / Helen Nissenbaum -- The Software Patent Crisis / Brian Kahin -- Tales from the Algorithm War / Richard H. Stern -- Lotus Development Corporation v. Paperback Software International and Stephenson Software, Limited / United States District Court, D. Massachusetts -- How to Interpret the Lotus Decision (and How Not to) / Pamela Samuelson -- Case: Lotus Marketplace: Households ... Managing Information Privacy Concerns / M. J. Culnan and H. J. Smith -- Case: Information Systems in a Democracy / Kenneth Laudon -- Public Image / Larry Hunter -- The Government Needs Computer Matching to Root Out Waste and Fraud / Richard P. Kusserow -- Computer Matching Is a Serious Threat to Individual Rights / John Shattuck -- Private Life in Cyberspace / John P. Barlow -- Preserving Individual Autonomy in an Information-Orientated Society / James B. Rule et al. -- Privacy and the Limits of Law / Ruth Gavison -- Why Privacy Is Important / James Rachels -- An Economic Theory of Privacy / Richard A. Posner -- A New Paradigm for Individuals in the Information Age / David Chaum -- A Federal Right of Information Privacy: The Need for Reform / Jerry Berman and Janlori Goldman -- Case: Computer System Reliability and Nuclear War / Alan Borning -- On Building Systems That Will Fail / Fernando J. Corbato -- The Risks of Software / Bev Littlewood and Lorenzo Strigini -- Evaluation of Safety-Critical Software / David L. Parnas et al. -- From Slide Rule to Computer: Forgetting How It Used to Be Done / Henry Petroski -- The Limits of Correctness in Computers / Brian Cantwell Smith -- Case: An Investigation of the Therac-25 Accidents / Nancy G. Leveson and Clark S. Turner -- Responsibility and Retribution / H. L. A. Hart -- Computing and Accountability / Helen Nissenbaum -- Liability for Defective Electronic Information / Pamela Samuelson -- On the Impact of the Computer on Society / Joseph Weizenbaum -- Professional Ethics / Deborah G. Johnson -- Programming and the Public Trust / W. Robert Collins and Keith W. Miller -- Codes of Ethics / Michael Martin and Roland Schinzinger -- The Quest for a Code of Professional Ethics: An Intellectual and Moral Confusion / John Ladd -- Thinking Like an Engineer: The Place of a Code of Ethics in the Practice of a Profession / Michael Davis -- ACM Code of Ethics and Professional Conduct -- Case: The United States vs. Craig Neidorf / Dorothy Denning -- Global Information Infrastructure / Al Gore -- The National Information Infrastructure: A Public Interest Opportunity / Gary Chapman and Marc Rotenberg -- Civil Liberties in Cyberspace / Mitchell Kapor -- Battle of the Clipper Chip / Steven Levy -- Rationales for Freedom of Speech / Kent Greenawalt -- An Electronic Soapbox: Computer Bulletin Boards and the First Amendment / Eric Jensen -- The Machine Stops / E. M. Forster
Notes Place of publication varies
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references
Subject Computer security.
Computers and civilization.
Computers and civilization.
Computers -- Ethics.
Computer security.
Electronic data processing -- Moral and ethical aspects.
Author Johnson, Deborah G., 1945-
Nissenbaum, Helen Fay.
LC no. 94047307
ISBN 0131031104
Other Titles Computers, ethics, and social values