Anna Elizabeth Kuruvilla : Computer Ethics
Social and personal policies written for IT Outsourcing India (ITOI), 2003.
Chris Lang : Ethics for Artificial Intelligences
University of Wisconsin at Madison (UW-Madision), Department of Philosophy. Paper presented in the Wisconsin State-Wide Technology Symposium: Promise or Peril? Reflecting on Computer Technology: Educational, Psychological, and Ethical Implications, 2002.
Edward F. Gehringer: Ethics in Computing
North Carolina State University, Department of Computer Science. Comprehensive introduction. 8 parts. Basic principles. Privacy. Speech issues (free speech). Computer abuse. Intellectual property. Risks. Commerce. Social justice.
Idaho National Engineering and Environmental Labor
Section in a collection of pages about the history, present, and future of humanoids, androids, and anthropomorphic robots (2004). Should we have intelligent, emotion exhibiting humanoids? What might the consequences be?
International Center for Information Ethics (ICIE)
An exposition of the field. 3 parts. Foundations. Historical Aspects. Systematic Aspects.
James H. Moor. What is Computer Ethics?
Southern Connecticut State University, Research Center on Computing & Society. 4 Parts. A Proposed Definition. The Revolutionary Machine. Anatomy of the Computer Revolution. The Invisibility Factor. First appeared in Terrell Ward Bynum, ed., Computers & Ethics, Blackwell, 1985.
Jeff Robbins: Computer Based Decision-Making, Thre
Association for Computer Machinery (ACM) Crossroads Student Magazine.
Luciano Floridi: Information Ethics, Philosophical
Oxford University, Department of Philosophy. Essay (version 2). 10 parts, attempting to establish a philosophical grounding for cyberethics. Expanded version of a paper presented in the ETHICOMP International Conference on Ethical Issues of Information Technology, 1998.
M.J. van den Hoven. Equal Access and Social Justi
Erasmus University, Rotterdam. Abstract of a paper presented in the ETHICOMP International Conference on the Ethical Issues of Using Information Technology, 1995.
M.W.J. Spaul. Participatory design, communicative
Anglia Polytechnic University, UK. bstract of a paper presented in the ETHICOMP International Conference on the Ethical Issues of Using Information Technology, 1995.
Melissa Chaika: Ethical Considerations in Gender-O
Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) Crossroads Student Magazine.
Nature Institute: NetFuture, Technology and Human
Electronic newsletter. Archives available.
Richard J. Sutcliffe: Fourth Civilization: Technol
Online book, 4th edition (2002-2003). The author is described as a professor of computing science and mathematics, Trinity Western University, British Columbia, Canada.
Richard O. Mason: Four Ethical Issues of the Infor
Management Information Systems Quarterly (MISQ). The four issues are privacy, accuracy, property, and accessibility.
Robert N. Barger. In Search of a Common Rationale
University of Notre Dame. Paper presented in the Third Annual Computer Ethics Institute Conference, The Brookings Institution, Washington, DC, 1994.
Robert N. Barger. Metaethical Analysis of Computer
University of Notre Dame. Paper presented in the Second Annual Computer Ethics Institute Conference, The Brookings Institution, Washington, DC, 1993.
Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy. Computer Ethi
3 Parts. Some Historical Milestones. Defining the Field of Computer Ethics. Example Topics in Computer Ethics. Plus, a bibliography and a list of online resources. 2001.
Terrell Ward Bynum and Simon Rogerson. Computer Et
Reference materials from the textbook by Bynum and Rogerson, including study questions and web resources. The Research Center on Computing & Society, Southern Connecticut State University.
Terrell Ward Bynum. A Very Shory History of Comput
Southern Connecticut State University, Research Center on Computing & Society. First published in the American Philosophical Association Newsletter on Philosophy and Computing, 2000.
The ETHICOMP Journal
Numerous scholarly articles in the field of computers and ethics (2004). Each article has a summary and a full publication online.
Walter Maner: Interactive Computer Ethics Explorer