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Cyberethics: Morality and Law in Cyperspaceby Richard Spinello
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This timely text takes an unbiased look at four perennial issues on the Internet: free speech, intellectual property, privacy, and security. The book draws from the work of legal scholars and philosophers to develop a comprehensive framework that will facilitate analysis of the moral and legal dilemmas that arise in these four areas, and how they impact us in the age of cyberspace.
CyberEthics is quite versatile, and can be used as a companion text in computer ethics courses or for law, ethics, and policy courses taught in law schools, schools of management, and philosophy departments. It is ideally suited for business ethics, computer ethics, and Internet ethics courses.
This text takes an unbiased look at four perennial issues on the Internet: free speech, intellectual property, privacy and security.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 157-160) and index.
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