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Unformatted text preview: REMINDERS: Friday Tutorial March 28 th tutorial rescheduled to Thursday, March 27 th , 7 9pm, T13/106 FINAL EXAM Mondays Tire Failure Case Study Revisited Brief Assignment #5 Discussion Media Critique choose an engineering issue choose a medium critique the mediums depiction of the issue relate to professional practice discuss for concerned members of society The Critique summary and accuracy of medium comments and discussion relevance to engineering theory (i.e. law, ethics, social responsibility) implications for engineering practice dealing with public concerns Ethics and Social Responsibility in IT Computer ethics is the analysis of the nature and social impact of computer technology and the corresponding formulation and justification of policies for the ethical use of such technology . [48]. Computer Ethics broad scope standards of practice, codes of conduct, law, public policy, corporate ethics, sociology, psychology narrow scope ethics related to use of computer technology [49] History of Computer Ethics...
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Lecture 20 - REMINDERS: Friday Tutorial March 28 th...

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