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Cyberethics

Cyberethics - 2nd edition

Cyberethics - 2nd edition

ISBN13: 9780324261059

ISBN10: 0324261055

Cyberethics by Terry Halbert and Elaine Ingulli - ISBN 9780324261059
Edition: 2ND 05
Copyright: 2005
Publisher: South-Western Publishing Co.
Published: 2005
International: No
Cyberethics by Terry Halbert and Elaine Ingulli - ISBN 9780324261059

ISBN13: 9780324261059

ISBN10: 0324261055

Edition: 2ND 05

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Summary

This unique textbook provides a framework for discussing ethical dilemmas related to today's computer technology and the Internet. Each chapter begins with a case study, based on an actual legal or business scenario. Interdisciplinary readings, questions, and exercises, written and Internet, help students develop a more complete understanding of the material. This book is appropriate for Business Law, Information Systems, Management, and Ethics course areas.

Table of Contents

Table of Contents

Chapter 1: Intellectual Property & Cyberspace.

I. Ethics Case: Napster.
II. Intellectual Property Law.
III. Perspectives on Napster.
IV. Ethical Analysis.
V. Cyberspace: New World, New Law?
VI. Chapter Problems.

Chapter 2: Privacy & Information Technology.

I. Ethics Case: Genetic Testing in 2007.
II. Surveillance at Work.
III. The Value of Privacy.
IV. Counterterrorism: Security vs. Privacy.
V. Privacy & Transparency.
VI. Privacy for Online Consumers.
VII. Privacy in Medical Information.
VIII. Chapter Problems.

Chapter 3: Cyberspeech.

I. Ethics Case: Big Libel.
II. Freedom of Expression.
III. Cybersmearing.
IV. Anonymity Online.
V. Building in Restrictions: Filters, Editors and Netiquette.
VI. Cyberspeaking About Race and Gender.
VII. Cybernorms.
VIII. Chapter Problems.

Chapter 4: E-Commerce.

I. Ethics Case: Online Pills.com.
II. Direct-to-Consumer Sales Online.
III. Trust in Cyberspace.
IV. Dot-cons & Cyberswindles: Fraud in Cyberspace.
V. Online Tobacco Sales.
VI. Click-Wrap Licenses and the UTICA Debate.
VII. E-Mediation.
VIII. Chapter Problems.

Chapter 5: E-Learning and the Business of Education.

I. Ethics Case: Sharing or Cheating?.
II. Academic Honesty in Cyberspace.
III. Distance Learning.
IV. The Digital Divide.
V. Business & Education in Cyberspace: A Healthy Partnership?.
VI. Another Glance at the Internet: Student Use or Abuse?
VII. Chapter Problems.

Chapter 6: Democracy, The Market and Cyberspace.

I. Ethics Case: Who's in Charge? Hacking and Cracking
Open Source Software.
II. Governing in Cyberspace.
III. The Digital Divide.
IV. Democracy and the Internet.
V. Chapter Problems.

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