Ethics For The Information Age

Paperback | February 11, 2016

byMichael J. Quinn

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The New Normal: Evaluating Social and Ethical Concerns in the Information Age

New technologies have brought us many benefits, but they have also raised many social and ethical concerns. The authors view in Ethics for the Information Age is that we ought to approach every new technology in a thoughtful manner, considering not just its short-term benefits, but also how its long-term use will affect our lives. A thoughtful response to information technology requires a basic understanding of its history, an awareness of current information-technology- related issues, and a familiarity with ethics.

 

In the Seventh Edition, Quinn provides an impartial look at the problems technology both solves and creates. As in previous editions, he presents information in a manner that leads you to arrive at your own conclusions on crucial ethics questions. Weaving in a vital dose of IT history, the new topics keep the book relevant and can function as either a sole reference or a supplemental guide for computer ethics courses.

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The New Normal: Evaluating Social and Ethical Concerns in the Information Age New technologies have brought us many benefits, but they have also raised many social and ethical concerns. The authors view in Ethics for the Information Age is that we ought to approach every new technology in a thoughtful manner, considering not just ...

Format:PaperbackDimensions:560 pages, 9 × 7.3 × 1.2 inPublished:February 11, 2016Publisher:Pearson EducationLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0134296540

ISBN - 13:9780134296548

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Table of Contents

1. Catalysts for Change

2. Introduction to Ethics

3. Networked Communications

4. Intellectual Property

5.  Information Privacy

6.  Privacy and the Government

7.  Computer and Network Security

8.  Computer Reliability

9.  Professional Ethics

10. Work and Wealth

Appendix A: Plagiarism