Ethical and social issues in the information age / Joseph Migga Kizza.
By: Kizza, Joseph Migga.Material type: TextSeries: Springer.Texts in computer science: Publisher: London : Springer-Verlag, c2007Edition: 3rd ed.Description: 1 online resource (xxii, 429 p.) : ill.ISBN: 9781846286582; 1846286581; 9781846286599; 184628659X; 9781447149903 (electronic bk.); 1447149904 (electronic bk.).Subject(s): Information technology -- Moral and ethical aspects | Information technology -- Social aspects | Computers -- Moral and ethical aspects | Computers and civilizationAdditional physical formats: Print version:: Ethical and social issues in the information age.DDC classification: 174/.9004 LOC classification: T58.5 | .K59 2007Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
1. Introduction to social and ethical computing -- 2. Morality and the law -- 3. Ethics, technology, and value -- 4. Ethics and the professions -- 5. Anonymity, security, privacy, and civil liberties -- 6. Intellectual property rights and computer technology -- 7. Social context of computing -- 8. Software issues : risks and liabilities -- 9. Computer crimes -- 10. New frontiers for computer ethics artificial intelligence, cyberspace, and virtual reality -- 11. Cyberspace and cyberethics -- 12. Computer networks and online crimes -- 13. Computer crime investigations- computer forensics -- 14. Biometrics -- A. The Digital Millennium Copyright Act -- B. The Federal False Claims Act -- C. Projects.
"This comprehensive third edition takes off where the second ended to examine ethical, social; end policy challengers stemming from the emergence of cyberspace, the convergence of telecommunication and computing technologies, and the miniaturalization of computing, telecommunication and information-enabling devices. This accessible volume broadly surveys thought provoking questions about the impact of these new technologies, with particular emphasis on the rapid growth of a multitude of computer networks, including the Internet. It assumes only a very modest familiarity with the basic computer literacy." "This newly revised text/reference provides an updated discussion of the ethical and social issues that continue to evolve as computing and information technologies proliferate. Students at all levels who need to learn about computer ethics, the legal aspects of computing, network security, computer crime investigation, and biometrics will find this well documented work an invaluable resource. The book is also highly useful for practitioners needing such insights for their work."--Jacket.