9780131031104

Computers, Ethics and Social Values

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    9780131031104

  • ISBN10:

    0131031104

  • Edition: 1st
  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 1995-02-03
  • Publisher: Pearson

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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.

Table of Contents

Preface v
Acknowledgments vi
What Is Computer Ethics?
1(56)
What Is Computer Ethics?
7(8)
James H. Moor
Coming into the Country
15(3)
John P. Barlow
Computer Ethics: Responsibility Regained
18(7)
Donald Gotterbarn
Computer, Ethics, and Social Responsibility
25(14)
Terry Winograd
Paramedic Ethics for Computer Professionals
39(18)
W. Robert Collins
Keith W. Miller
Crime, Abuse, and Hacker Ethics
57(91)
The Computer Worm: A Report to the Provost of Cornell University
60(29)
Ted Eisenberg
Rogue Computer Programs and Computer Rogues: Tailoring the Punishment to Fit the Crime
89(26)
Anne W. Branscomb
Are Computer Property Rights Absolute?
115(5)
A Dialog on Hacking and Security
120(5)
Dorothy Denning
Frank Drake
Are Computer Hacker Break-Ins Ethical?
125(10)
Eugene H. Spafford
Computer Virus Legislation
135(13)
Marc Rotenberg
Ownership of Computer Software
148(114)
Introduction written
John W. Snapper
Evolution of Case Law on Copyrights and Computer Software Office of Technology Assessment
154(15)
Moral Foundations of Intellectual Property Rights
169(12)
Arthur Kuflik
Intellectual Property Protections for Computer Software
181(9)
John W. Snapper
Why Software Should Be Free
190(10)
Richard Stallman
Should I Copy My Neighbor's Software?
200(13)
Helen Nissenbaum
The Software Patent Crisis
213(6)
Brian Kahin
Tales from the Algorithm War
219(17)
Richard H. Stern
Lotus Development Corporation v. Paperback Software International and Stephenson Software, Limited United States District Court
236(17)
D. Massachusetts
How to Interpret the Lotus Decision (and How Not to)
253(9)
Pamela Samuelson
Privacy and Databases
262(132)
Lotus Marketplace: Households...Managing Information Privacy Concerns
269(9)
M. J. Culnan
H. J. Smith
Information Systems in a Democracy
278(15)
Kenneth Laudon
Public Image
293(6)
Larry Hunter
The Government Needs Computer Matching to Root Out Waste and Fraud
299(6)
Richard P. Kusserow
Computer Matching Is a Serious Threat to Individual Rights
305(5)
John Shattuck
Private Life in Cyberspace
310(4)
John P. Barlow
Preserving Individual Autonomy in an Information-Orientated Society
314(18)
James B. Rule
Privacy and the Limits of Law
332(19)
Ruth Gavison
Why Privacy Is Important
351(7)
James Rachels
An Economic Theory of Privacy
358(8)
Richard A. Posner
A New Paradigm for Individuals in the Information Age
366(8)
David Chaum
A Federal Right of Information Privacy: The Need for Reform
374(20)
Jerry Berman
Janlori Goldman
The Risks of Computing
394(76)
Computer System Reliability and Nuclear War
398(23)
Alan Borning
On Building Systems That Will Fail
421(11)
Fernando J. Corbato
The Risks of Software
432(6)
Bev Littlewood
Lorenzo Strigini
Evaluation of Safety-Critical Software
438(11)
David L. Parnas
From Slide Rule to Computer: Forgetting How It Used to Be Done
449(7)
Henry Petroski
The Limits of Correctness in Computers
456(14)
Brian Cantwell Smith
Responsibility, Liability, and Professional Codes
470(136)
An Investigation of the Therac-25 Accidents
474(40)
Nancy G. Leveson
Clark S. Turner
Responsibility and Retribution
514(12)
H. L. A. Hart
Computing and Accountability
526(13)
Helen Nissenbaum
Liability for Defective Electronic Information
539(10)
Pamela Samuelson
On the Impact of the Computer on Society
549(10)
Joseph Weizenbaum
Professional Ethics
559(14)
Deborah G. Johnson
Programming and the Public Trust
573(3)
W. Robert Collins
Keith W. Miller
Codes of Ethics
576(4)
Michael Martin
Roland Schinzinger
The Quest for a Code of Professional Ethics: An Intellectual and Moral Confusion
580(6)
John Ladd
Thinking Like an Engineer: The Place of a Code of Ethics in the Practice of a Profession
586(12)
Michael Davis
ACM Code of Ethics and Professional Conduct
598(8)
The Networked World
606
The United States vs. Craig Neidorf
609
Dorothy Denning
Global Information Infrastructure
620
Vice President Al Gore
The National Information Infrastructure: A Public Interest Opportunity
628
Gary Chapman
Marc Rotenberg
Civil Liberties in Cyberspace
644
Mitchell Kapor
Battle of the Clipper Chip
651
Steven Levy
Rationales for Freedom of Speech
664
Kent Greenawalt
An Electronic Soapbox: Computer Bulletin Boards and the First Amendment
678
Eric Jensen
The Machine Stops
694
E. M. Forster

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