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CEPE2000
Computer Ethics: P
hilosophical Enquiry

Dartmouth College
July 14-16, 2000

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CEPE2000
Computer Ethics: Philosophical Enquiry

Dartmouth College
July 14-16, 2000

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Keynote Addresses

Deborah Hurley
"A Whole World at One Glance: Individual and Community in the Digital Age"
Andrew Feenberg
"Involving the Virtual"

Helen Nissenbaum, Princeton University

Helen Nissenbaum
"Can Trust Be Secured On-Line?"

Presentations & Sessions

Philip Brey

Philip Brey

"Disclosive Computer Ethics: Exposure and Evaluation of Embedded Normativity in Computer Technology"

Lucas Introna
"Workplace Surveillance"

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Session:
Taking Responsibility

Anton Vedder

"Rethinking Moral Responsibility"

Luciano Floridi/J. Sanders
"Artificial Evil and the Foundation of Computer Ethics"

N. Fairweather/S. Rogerson

"A Moral Approach to Electronic Patient Records"

David Gleason, Frances Grodzinsky, Richard Volkmann, and Wade Robison "Identity and Cyberspace"

 

Session:
Cheating, Academic Integrity, and the Web

Bernard Gert
"Cheating
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Lawrence Hinman
"Academic Integrity and the World Wide Web"

 

Session:
Computer Ethics over Time

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Terrell Ward Bynum
"The Foundations of Computer Ethics"
Antonio Marturano
"Technology and the Future of Computer Ethics"
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Session:
Privacy

Michael Scanlan

"Information Privacy and Moral Values"

P. Thompson

"Privacy, Secrecy, and Security"

Herman Tavani

"Privacy Protection, Control of Information, and Privacy-Enhancing Technologies"

James Moor

"Privacy Protection, Control of Information, and Privacy-Enhancing Technologies"

James Moor
"The Concept of Privacy in Japan"
M. Mizutani

M. Mizutani

"The Concept of Privacy in Japan"

James Dorsey

"The Concept of Privacy in Japan"

James Dorsey
James Moor

James Moor

"The Concept of Privacy in Japan"