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Ethics - Bernadette Lurch CS 201B Ethics in a Digital World...

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Bernadette Lurch CS 201B Ethics in a Digital World November 28, 2009 /*4-5 page paper DO NOT USE QUOTES! DO NOT USE “I” “ME” OR “I THINK” 2. What is meant by “Ethics-Aware Software Engineering?” 3. What do Miller and Selgelid suggest as way to solve ethical dilemmas? 4. How can this approach be used to help resolve ethical dilemmas in the digital world? */ The internet’s presence in our everyday life has grown rapidly. The cause of this spread is because of sites like MySpace, Facebook, SecondLife, World of Warcraft, and the most recently popular Twitter. People use the internet for many reasons, checking a bank account balance, watching a TV show that was missed, or reconnect with relatives or classmates that haven’t been interacted with for many years. These sites are able to do these many wonderful services by using methods that can also be used to cause harm. These services can be used for the benefit of pedophiles, identity theft criminals, terrorists, and stalkers. This issue of specific technology having use for both good and evil can be called
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This note was uploaded on 06/07/2010 for the course CS 201 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '08 term at Iona.

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Ethics - Bernadette Lurch CS 201B Ethics in a Digital World...

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