But, this material does not make you a lawyer! Our goal has simply been to make you aware of the many legal obligations of software users and developers, so that you can recognize when these laws may apply to your own work and workplace and so that you can recognize when you need to consult with a professional lawyer.More generally, I hope that this course has made you think. I hope that it makes you be more conscious of the different rights and responsibilities that software users and producers have to one another. I also hope that this course will cause you to think more critically about the ethical and social implications of the software that we build and, that as you go through your careers, you will continue to think critically about the kinds of software that you or your company want to use or create. I especially hope that you will think more carefully about the failure modes of software and worst-case scenarios of what can possibly go wrong if our software fails or is misused/abused. C O N C L UD IN G R E M A R K S F R O M T H E I N S T R U C T O R P R O F . J O A T LE E I T I S A D E V E L O P E R ’ S P R O F E S S I O N A L D U T Y T O H E L P E N S U R E T H A T T H E S O F T W A R E T H E Y B U I L D C H A N G E S T H E W O R L D F O R T H E B E T T E R .