8th INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE COMPUTER ETHICS: PHILOSOPHICAL ENQUIRY


Ionian University, Corfu, Greece June 26-28, 2009

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Bottis M.
Ionian University
  • Έκδοση: 2009
  • Σελίδες: 920
  • ISBN: 978-960-272-654-9
The book contains the proceedings of the 8th International Conference on Computer Ethics: Philosophical Enquiry 2009, which was held in Corfu Greece. Within it no less than fifty seven papers are published, covering the wider area of information and computer ethics and also, law. Two keynote presentations, one by Pr George Bokos (the need for a new mentality, tools and practices in a modern information environment) and one by Pr Terrel Pynum (Philosophy and the Information Revolution) open the volume. Papers are centered around areas such as e-trust, privacy and ICT technology, paradoxes of contemporary knowledge, bioinformatics and nanotechnology, intellectual property in a digital world, intercultural information ethics, diverse analyses of facebook, internet and societal issues, data protection and other, more philosophical works on ethics and technology. Selected papers of this collection are due to appear soon on ethics journals.  The collection, 900 pages, is a necessary addition to academics and lawyers interested in issues of ethics, law and information technology-and beyond.
ForwordΣελ. xiii
Herman T. Tavani  
The need for a new social mentality, tools and business practices in the modern information environmentΣελ. 1
George Bokos  
Philosophy and the Information RevolutionΣελ. 30
Terry Bynum  
Paradoxes of contemporary knowledge: between invention, creation, information and control Σελ. 53
Laymert Garcia Dos Santos, Konstantinos Karachalios and J?rgen Partenheimer  
Classic yet Contemporary Gender Norm: is ICT an amplifier of gender bias?Σελ. 67
Ryoko Asai  
Ethics at the Crossroads of Bioinformatics and NanotechnologyΣελ. 79
Athanasios Alexiou & Panayotis Vlamos  
Modeling Aspects of Action TheoryΣελ. 96
Saban Al-Fedaghi  
A frame for ethical evaluation of (information) technologiesΣελ. 110
Josep M. Basart & Montse Serra  
The Greek scale of attitudes towards unethical behaviors on the InternetΣελ. 119
George Briskolas & Petros Roussos  
Computer-mediated Friendship: Illustrating Three Tasks for a Computer Ethics of the GoodΣελ. 135
Adam Briggle  
Internet Research Ethics: Reports from US-Based Institutional Review BoardsΣελ. 148
Elizabeth A. Buchanan & Charles Ess  
Free software, economic "realities", and information justiceΣελ. 157
Samir Chopra & Scott Dexter  
Living in the Eye of the Artificial Other Artificial Intelligence, Moral Imagination, and DiscipliningΣελ. 177
Mark Coeckelbergh  
The ethics of ambient computing for personal health monitoringΣελ. 186
Goran Collste  
Trusting Invisible Strangers in Open Source Communities: About the Assumption, Inference and Substitution of TrustΣελ. 208
Paul B. de Laat  
Ethical aspects of e-Government: Social Actors, Politics and the Digital DivideΣελ. 234
Georgia Foteinou & George Pavlidis  
The Great CatopticonΣελ. 252
Jean-Gabriel Ganascia  
Virtual Decisions: Just Consequentialism, Video game ethics, and Ethics on the flyΣελ. 267
Don Gotterbarn & James Moor  
Developing artificial agents worthy of trust: "Would you buy a used car from this artificial agent?"Σελ. 288
Frances S. Grodzinsky, Keith W. Miller & Marty Wolf  
Can the "Contextual Integrity" Model of Privacy Be Applied to Personal Blogs in the Blogosphere?Σελ. 303
Frances S. Grodzinsky & Herman T. Tavani  
ICT and financial services: learning lessons from the environmentalists Σελ. 312
Mike Healy & Ben Fairweather  
Moral Luck and Computer Ethics: Gaugin at the keyboardΣελ. 326
David Sanford Horner  
Intellectual Property issues for digital libraries in the Internet networked public sphereΣελ. 344
Dionysia Kallinikou, Marinos Papadopoulos, Alexandra Kaponi & Vassiliki Strakantouna  
The Mirror and the Spell: Order and Organization in the Age of the Digital ReserveΣελ. 386
Hannah Knox, Damian O' Doherty, Theo Vurdubakis & Chris Westrup  
A brave new world for libraries: the sui generis rightΣελ. 413
Rania Konsta & Manolis Gerolimos  
Computerized support for ethical analysisΣελ. 425
Mikael Laaksoharju & Iordanis Kavathatzopoulos  
Is the spammer evil?Σελ. 438
Eleftherios Loukis & John Papadakis  
A Debordian analysis of FacebookΣελ. 454
Antonio Marturano & Sergio Bellucci  
The Commodification of the Individual in the Internet Era: Informational Self-determination or "Self-alienation"?Σελ. 466
Lilian Mitrou  
The Joy of Excellence: Intellectual Property and Hackers' VirtueΣελ. 485
Scott J. Molony  
From Public Data to Private Information: The Case of the SupermarketΣελ. 500
Vincent C. M?ller  
Information ethics in business organisationsΣελ. 508
Kyoshi Murata  
Blogs and privacy in Seken as a Japanese life-world including indigenous moral norms Σελ. 518
Makoto Nakada  
The counter-control revolution: silent control over individuals with dataveillance systemsΣελ. 543
Yohko Orito  
Being a 'Step Parent' to an 'Orphan' Work: Problems and Solutions Regarding the 'Adoption' of 'Orphans'Σελ. 553
Maria-Daphne Papadopoulou  
Default Social Meaning: An Ethics of Video Game PlayΣελ. 591
Stephanie Patridge  
Ethical Issues in the Design and Use of Online Career Development Counseling ServicesΣελ. 611
Adamantia Pateli  
Machine Self-SacrificeΣελ. 625
Carson J. Reynolds & Alvaro Cassinelli  
Mixed Feelings ComputingΣελ. 636
Nikola Serbed?ija  
Ethical Issues of Pervasive Computing in the Insurance IndustryΣελ. 647
Oliver Siemoneit  
MyChoice & Traffic Lights of Trustworthiness: Where Epistemology Meets Ethics in Developing Tools for Empowerment and ReflexivityΣελ. 655
Judith Simon  
The Rights and Duties of Lawful User in EU Copyright LawΣελ. 671
Tatiana-Eleni Sinodinou  
Information, Knowledge and Wisdom: Groundwork for the Evaluation of Digital Information and Its Relation to the Good LifeΣελ. 694
Edward H. Spence  
Landscapes of Ethical Issues of Emerging ICT Applications in Europe Σελ. 719
Bernd C. Stahl & Simon Rogerson  
Security, Privacy and Technophobia in the School of the FutureΣελ. 738
Giannis Stamatellos  
The role of Internet Service Providers. Ethics, Reality and the Law: The Example of Promusicae v. TelefonicaΣελ. 750
Irini Stamatoudi  
Virtually Good - What Can We Learn from the Argument from False Pleasures? Σελ. 767
Johnny Hartz S?raker  
Remixing and Recoding: Revisiting the Copyright WarsΣελ. 778
Richard A. Spinello  
The Digital Divide among Under-Age Individuals: An Economic and Legal ApproachΣελ. 794
Stiakakis Emmanouil & Alexandropoulou-Egyptiadou Evgenia  
Situational Crime Prevention and Insider Threat: Countermeasures and Ethical ConsiderationsΣελ. 808
Marianthi Theoharidou & Dimitris Gritzalis  
Everybody wins: challenges and promises of knowledge discovery through volunteer computingΣελ. 821
Lauri Tuovinen & Juha R?ning  
Information Systems and Future Ethics: A Reflection of Students' Current BehaviourΣελ. 843
Aharon Yadin  
Curia Novit Google: The Quest for Law in the Era of Internet Search EnginesΣελ. 853
Georgios N. Yannopoulos  
Constraints to the Application of ICT Implants: The Concept of Self-OwnershipΣελ. 862
Karsten Weber  
What Should We Share? Understanding the Aim of Intercultural Information EthicsΣελ. 873
Pak Hang Wong  
"But the Data is Already Public": On the Ethics of Research in FacebookΣελ. 885
Michael Zimmer  
 
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