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user Christoph Pingel - teaching  blueArrow
04.05.2001; 09:02:53 (reads: 205894, responses: 14)

Teaching

Last Update: May 19, 2017.

Africa

South Africa

University of KwaZulu-Natal: Stephen Mutula

University of Pretoria: Cotzee Bester

University of South Africa: SC Ndwandwe

University of Zululand: Denis Ocholla

Uganda

Uganda Martyrs University: Peter Kanyandago

America

Argentina

FLACSO (Facultad Latinoamericana de Ciencias Sociales, Buenos Aires): Ester Kaufman

Universidad de Buenos Aires: Susana Finquelievich

Brazil

IBICT (Brazilian Institute of Information on Science and Technology): Ricardo Pimenta

IBICT (Brazilian Institute of Information on Science and Technology): Gustavo Saldanha

IBICT (Brazilian Institute of Information on Science and Technology): Marco Schneider

Universidade Federal do Estado de Rio de Janeiro: Bernardo Sorj

Canada

University of Alberta: Alvin M. Schrader

University of Alberta: Toni Samek

University of Alberta: Jared Bielby

Université d'Ottawa: Mary F. Cavanagh

University of Western Ontario: Bernd Frohmann

Mexico

El Colegio de Veracruz: Arturo Durán Padilla

Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México: Hugo Alberto Figueroa Alcántara

Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México: Miguel Angel Pérez Alvarez

Perú

Universidad Nacional Mayor de San Marcos: Alonso Estrada Cuzcano

USA

Boston College: Richard Spinello

Bryant & Stratton College: Nnamdi Osakwe

Central Connecticut State University: Brian M. O'Connell

Chicago State University: Suyu Lin

Drexel University, College of Computing & Informatics Toni Carbo

Duke University, Ethics in the Internet: Wendy Robinson

East Tennessee State University: Donald Gotterbarn

Georgia Institute of Technology: Deborah G. Johnson

Gonzaga University: Mark Alfino

Indiana University: Blaise Cronin

Kent State University: Thomas J. Froehlich

Montclair State University: Kay Mathiesen

New York University: Hellen Nissenbaum

North Carolina State University: Edward F. Gehringer

Northeastern Illinois University: Nétiva Caftori

Ohio University: Bernhard Debatin

Pratt Institute: Debbie L. Rabina

Princeton University: Solon Barocas

Rivier College, Nashua, NH: Herman T. Tavani

Sacred Heart University: Frances S. Grodzinsky

Santa Clara University: Irina L. Raicu

Seattle Pacific University: Kenneth Himma

Southern Connecticut University, (RCCS): Terrell Ward Bynum

St. John's University (New York): Kevin Rioux

Syracuse University: Abby Goodrum

University of Arizona: Don Fallis

University of Arizona: Kay Mathiesen

University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign: Marsha C. Woodbury

University of Notre Dame: Robert N. Barger

University of Washington (Seattle): Karine Barzilai-Nahon

University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee: Johannes Britz

University of Wisconsin-Stout: Elizabeth Buchanan

Valdosta State University: Wallace C. Koehler

West Virginia University: A. Graham Peace

Asia

China

Central South University, Hunan: LU Yao-huai

Hunan Normal University, Hunan: LI Lun

Renmin University of China, Beijing: LI Maosen

India

Anna University: T.V. Gopal

Anna University: J. Indumathi

Japan

Meiji University: Kiyoshi Murata

University of Tsukuba: Makoto Nakada

Kazakhstan

Karaganda State University: Zhandos Aitymov

Thailand

Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok: Soraj Hongladarom

Australia

Swinburne University of Technology: The Australian Institute of Computer Ethics

Charles Sturt University: Stuart Ferguson

Charles Sturt University: Jake Wallis

University of Wollongong: Katina Michael

Europe

Austria

Fachhochschule Informationsberufe, Eisenstadt: Fritz Betz

Universität Wien: Frank Hartmann

Universität Wien: Wolfgang Sützl

Universität Wien: Herbert Hrachovec

Technische Universität Wien: Wolfgang Hofkirchner

Denmark

Copenhagen Business School Søren Brier

Royal School of Library and Information Science, Copenhagen: Birger Hjørland

Germany

Europa-Universität Viadrina Frankfurt (Oder) Karsten Weber

Hochschule der Medien, Stuttgart: Petra Grimm

Hochschule der Medien, Stuttgart: Tobias Keber

Hochschule für Philosophie, München Alexander Filipović

Humboldt Universität zu Berlin Wolfgang Coy

Karlsruhe Institute of Technology: Christopher Coenen

Karlsruhe Institute of Technology: Klaus Wiegerling

Pädagogische Hochschule Ludwigsburg: Matthias Rath

Universität Augsburg: Thomas Hausmanninger

Universität Freiburg: Günter Müller

Universität Leipzig: Michael Haller

Universität Tübingen: Jessica Heesen

Greece

Doukas School: Giannis Stamatellos

Ionian University: Maria Canellopoulou Bottis

Ireland

University of Limerick: Joe Griffin

Norway

Oslo University: Robert W. Vaagan

Oslo University: Charles Ess

Slovakia

Comenius University (Bratislava): Jela Steinerová

Spain

Universidad Complutense de Madrid: Porfirio Barroso

Universidad Pompeu Fabra (Barcelona): Marc Le Menestrel

Universidad de León: José María Díaz Nafría

Universidad de Salamanca: Genaro Luis García López

Universidad de Sevilla: Juan Carlos Suárez Villegas

Sweden

Mälardalen University: Gordana Dodig-Crnkovic

Switzerland

Hochschule für Wirtschaft Oliver Bendel

The European Graduate School (Saas-Fee, Wallis): Wolfgang Schirmacher

University of GenevaAnnabelle Lever

The Netherlands

Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences Geert Lovink

Amsterdam University of Applied SciencesMiriam Rasch

TU Delft Jeroen van den Hoven

University of Twente Philip Brey

University of Twente Michael Nagenborg

University of Twente Johnny Harz Søraker

United Kingdom

De Montfort University: Simon Rogerson

De Montfort University: Steve McRobb

De Montfort University: Bernd Stahl

Lancaster University: Lucas D. Introna

Loughborough University: Paul Sturges

Oxford University: Pak-Hang Wong

Oxford University: Luciano Floridi

University of Westminster: Christian Fuchs

Near East

Israel

Bar-Ilan University: Shifra Baruchson-Arbib

Jordan

German-Jordanian University: Christina Class

Turkey

Nişantaşı University: Gözde Dedeoğlu


user Christoph Pingel - The Field  blueArrow
18.05.2001; 09:24:32 (reads: 214574, responses: 12)

The Field

Last Update: August 1, 2017.

Contributions to the field can be submitted for publication in the: International Review of Information Ethics (IRIE)

This presentation is divided into three chapters:

  1. Foundations
  2. Historical Aspects
  3. Systematic Aspects

1. Foundations 

Introduction
1.1 Information Ethics as Applied Ethics
1.2 Information Ethics as a Descriptive and Emancipatory Theory
1.3 Ethics for Information Specialists

See:

  • A brief history of information ethics by Thomas Froehlich.
  • Computer and Information Ethics by Terrell Bynum.
  • Information Ethics I: Origins and Evolutions by Jared Bielby.
  • Information Ethics II: Towards a Unified Taxonomy by Jared Bielby.
  • Information Ethics III: Concerning Intercultural Information Ethics by Jared Bielby.
  • The Cloud-Uberveillance: A narrative video (3 parts) from Nothing at All, song written by Martin Hale & Greg Barnett & Katina Michael, 2015.
  • Remaining Human: Norbert Wiener and the Lost Science of Cybernetics by J. Mitchell Johnson

  • Introduction 

    We draw a distinction between:

    • Morals: customs and traditions
    • Ethics: critical reflection on morals
    • Law: norms formally approved by state power or international political bodies.

    1.1 Information Ethics as Applied Ethics 

    Information ethics deals with ethical questions particularly:

    • in the Internet (cyberethics; information ethics in a narrower sense)
    • in computer science (computer ethics)
    • in the biological and medical sciences (bioinformation ethics)
    • in the mass media (media ethics)
    • in the library and information science field (library ethics)
    • in the business field (business information ethics)

    1.2 Information Ethics as a Descriptive and Emancipatory Theory 

    Information ethics as:

    • a descriptive theory explores the power structures influencing informational attitudes and traditions in different cultures and epochs.
    • an emancipatory theory develops criticisms of moral attitudes and traditions in the information field at an individual and collective level. It includes normative aspects.

    Information ethics explores and evaluates:

    • the development of moral values in the information field,
    • the creation of new power structures in the information field,
    • information myths,
    • hidden contradictions and intentionalities in information theories and practices,
    • the development of ethical conflicts in the information field.

    1.3 Ethics for Information Specialists 

    Educational goals:

    • to be able to recognize and articulate ethical conflicts in the information field,
    • to activate the sense of responsibility with regard to the consequences of individual and collective interactions in the information field,
    • to improve the qualification for intercultural dialogue on the basis of the recognition of different kinds of information cultures and values,
    • to provide basic knowledge about ethical theories and concepts and about their relevance in everyday information work.

    2. Historical Aspects 

    Introduction
    2.1 The Western Tradition
    2.2 Other Traditions

    Introduction 

    The study of information ethics within different cultural traditions, i.e., what can be called intercultural information ethics, is an open task. The following text gives some hints about the Western tradition.

    2.1 The Western Tradition 

    In the Western tradition information ethics has its roots in the oral culture of ancient Greece. Agora (marketplace and meeting place) and freedom of speech (Greek: parrhesia) were essential to Athenian democracy. The cynics cultivated freedom of speech as a special form of expression. Socrates (469-399 B.C.) practised his thinking in public places and never published his arguments. Plato (427-347 B.C.) discusses in his dialogues the transition from an oral to a written culture. Under the influence of Christianity a book culture was developed which was mainly centered on one book, namely the Bible.

    The invention of printing by Gutenberg in 1455 and the Reformation, which profited from it, brought back, in the Modern period, the idea of freedom of communication, which implied the freedom of communicating ideas to others not just in a written but in a printed form.

    The French Revolution brought about the transformation of the private libraries owned by nobility as well as by the church into common property. Projects like the one of the French Encyclopédie and the public access to libraries created a new awareness of freedom of information which culminated in the principle of freedom of the press as one of the foundations of modern democracies.

    The Western tradition of information ethics from ancient Greece until the beginning of the 20th century is characterized by two ideas:

    • freedom of speech,
    • freedom of printed works and particularly freedom of the press.

    A third element arises now, in the age of a networked world of electronic information, namely

    • freedom of access / right to communicate.

    See the contributions to the World Summit on the Information Society (WSIS)

    2.2 Other Traditions 

    See the contributions to the CATaC Conferences on Cultural Attitudes Towards Technology and Communication as well as the contributions to the International ICIE Symposium in the International Review of Information Ethics (IRIE 2004/2).

    3. Systematic Aspects 

    Introduction
    3.1 Human Rights and Responsibility
    3.2 Ethical Issues of Information Production
    3.3 Ethical Issues of Information Collection and Classification
    3.4 Ethical Issues of Information Access and Dissemination
    3.5 Prospects

    Introduction 

    The following ideas were originally inspired by the research done by Thomas J. Froehlich: Survey and Analysis of the Major Ethical and Legal Issues Facing Library and Information Services. IFLA Publication 78, München 1997, a survey prepared under contract no. 401.723.4 for the General Information Programme (PGI) of UNESCO.

    See also the contributions to the World Summit on the Information Society (WSIS).

    3.1 Human Rights and Responsibility 

    A basis for ethical thinking on the responsibility of information specialists are the following articles of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR, 1948):

    • Respect for the dignity of human beings (Art. 1)
    • Confidentiality (Art. 1, 2, 3, 6)
    • Equality of opportunity (Art. 2, 7)
    • Privacy (Art. 3, 12)
    • Right to be protected from torture or cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment (Art. 5)
    • Right to own property (Art. 17)
    • Right to freedom of thought, conscience and religion (Art. 18)
    • Right to freedom of opinion and expression (Art. 19)
    • Right to peaceful assembly and association (Art. 20)
    • Right to economic, social and cultural rights indispensable for dignity and the free development of personality (Art. 22)
    • Right to education (Art. 26)
    • Right to participate in the cultural life of the community (Art. 27)
    • Right to the protection of the moral and material interests concerning any scientific, literary or artistic production (Art. 27)

    Information specialists have a moral responsibility with regard to the users at a micro (individuals), meso (institutions) and macro (society) level.

    3.2 Ethical Issues of Information Production 

    The question concerning the protection of the intellectual property is one of the most important and difficult ethical, moral and legal ones in the field of information production. Different traditions with regard to technologies and products have lead to different protection laws in different regions of the world:

    • The European tradition emphasizes the moral rights of the authors (droit d'auteur). These are related to the person of the author and concern the integrity and authorship of her/his work as well as her/his reputation.
    • The Anglo-American tradition emphasizes the property or economic rights (copyright). These rights can be transferred. According to this tradition "original works of authorship in any tangible means of expression" (17 U.S.C. sect. 102(a)) should be protected.
    • The Asian tradition(s) consider copying as a matter of emulation of the master. Conflicts arise when national and international laws and moral traditions protect different aspects of various media.

    Ways of harmonization:

    • The Berne Convention (1886, revisions) Protects: books, sculptures, architecture... Duration of a copyright: the life of the author plus 50 years. It makes a difference between economic and moral rights: In case I grant economic grants to another person this does not include moral rights. The USA joined the convention in 1989.
    • Universal Copyright Convention (1952) (UCC). The protection is national and concerns the rights of reproduction. Duration of protection: the life of the author plus 50 years. Both treaties are administrated by the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO).
    • Copyrights directives from national and multinational parliaments (such as the EU).

    Challenges:

    Digitalizing makes copying and re-making (re-modelling) easier. Internationalization through the Internet changes the dimension and prospective of national legislation and control. This new situation gives rise to questions such as: Should information (content and/or software) be regarded as an intellectual property? Should the notion of knowledge sharing become predominant with regard to the notion of ownership? How can the public access to electronic information be guaranteed?

    3.3 Ethical Issues of Information Collection and Classification 

    Ethical questions concerning collection and classification of information are related to censorship and control. The answers to these questions vary historically according to the interests of political, economic, religious and military power using and abusing of censorship and control. Cultural and moral traditions play also an important role concerning for instance what is considered as offensive. We draw a distinction between censorship and selection:

    • Censorship means the active exclusion of information based on religious, political, moral or other grounds.
    • Selection concerns the activity of choosing information according to the objectives of an institution.

    Selection procedures may be biased with regard to certain groups of subject matters. This leads to a loss of ethical balance. The main ethical question in this field may be formulated as follows:

    Are there limits to intellectual freedom?

    The will to exclude bad information is itself an ethical paradox as far as any exclusion, limiting intellectual freedom, should be avoided.

    There is a tendency in liberal societies to less control. But this leads to ethical as well as moral and legal conflicts. Codes of Ethics as well as official international statements and agreements may help against arbitrary censorship and selection pressures.

    Classification systems, thesauri, search engines and the like are not neutral. This non-neutrality concerns not just the fact that they are necessarily biased but that specific unethical prejudices are not recognized as such. Problems of this kind arise in the Internet because of the massive amount of information and different kinds of search methods and search engines.

    3.4 Ethical Aspects of Information Access and Dissemination 

    Ethical questions concerning information access and dissemination are related to problems of public access and reference/brokerage services as well as to the (human) right to communicate. The question of access can be studied as an individual as well as a societal issue.

    See the Declaration of Principles of the World Summit on the Information Society (WSIS).

    Individuals and groups are interested in a free and equal access to information as well as to free communication (one-to-one, one-to-many, many-to-one, many-to-many). Information is in many cases product of work and has an economic value that should be protected. The question is then what information for whom should be free (of charge). The problem of user education is also connected to this question.

    The question of access as a societal issue concerns the problem of creating equal opportunities of access for nations or groups of nations avoiding the gap between the information rich and the information poor (societies). The right to communicate, i.e., the right to read (r2r) and the right to write (r2w) in the electronic environment should be considered as a human right.

    The question of reference/brokerage services can be studied with regard to institutionalized services as well as a question concerning the end users. Ethical conflicts may arise regarding for instance the right to confidentiality and the one to protect life. Organizations may ask information professionals to break confidentiality.

    Information professionals are supposed to inform their users about the limits of their sources and methods.

    Finally there is the question of misinformation (or information malpractice) that can cause great (economic) damages to the users.

    3.5 Prospects 

    All these questions become more critical as a result of the globalization of information in the Internet. Questions arise such as: Who should control the information (content and/or software) coming from another country and/or another culture? How can national laws, being geographically limited, meet the challenges of cyberspace?

    Solutions to these questions may be found at different levels:

    • Self-control: this is the ethical solution propagated by the Internet community particularly through the use of filtering software. Its basic and most primitive form is the netiquette. Other kinds of self-controll are for instance operated within newsgroups through moderators. Sanctions, beginning with flaming, through spam, may reach the level of a mail bomb. Finally there are the cyber angels who take care of (free) decency self-control in the net.
    • Campaings: such as the Blue Ribbon Campaing against different kinds of discrimination and censorship.
    • Codes of Ethics: of different institutions and societies.
    • Legal regulations: at national, multinational and international level (UNESCO, WSIS)
    • Technical regulations: such as filtering software and rating procedures.
    • and last but not least through teaching and research.

    UNESCO Observatory on the Information Society

    UNESCO Information for All Programme (IFAP)

    UNESCO Ethics of Information

    Cyber-Geography Research: The analysis of the networked society is basic for ethical reflection, for instance on the question of distribution and access to information and knowledge. The Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis, University College London (an initiative by Martin Dodge) has explored the geographies of the Internet, the Web and other emerging Cyberspaces.


    Translations:

    Bosnian translation, (pdf version) by Boris Konopka.

    Chinese translation by Zhang Hui.

    Georgian translation.

    Indonesian translation by Jordan Silaen and ChameleonJohn.com.

    Macedonian translation by Jim Anastasovski.

    Polish translation by Valeria Aleksandrova.

    Russian translation by Abdul Sattar.

    Finnish translation by John Miller.


    user Christoph Pingel - meetings  blueArrow
    18.05.2001; 09:25:41 (reads: 169034, responses: 3)

    Meetings

    Last Update: March 12, 2015

    Past | 2014 | 2013 | 2012 | 2011 | 2010 | 2009 | 2008 | 2007 | 2006

    2005 | 2004 | 2003 | 2002 | 2001 | 2000 | 1999 | 1998

    2014

    Internationale Konferenz: "Einbruch der Dunkelheit. Theorie und Praxis der Selbstermächtigung in Zeiten digitaler Kontrolle" Volksbühne, Berlin, January 25-26, 2014.

    Tenth International Conference on Technology, Knowledge and Society, Universidad Complutense de Madrid, February 6-7, 2014.

    International Conference: Freedom of Information under Pressure: Control - Crisis - Culture Vienna, 28 February - 1 March 2014.

    12th International Conference e-Society 2014, Madrid, 28 February - 2 March 2014.

    Oxford Cyber Harasssment Research Symposium St Edmund Hall, Oxford, UK, March 27-18, 2014.

    NET Mundial Global Multistakeholder Meeting on the Future of Internet Governance, Sao Paulo, Brazil, April 23-14, 2014.

    Information Ethics Roundtable 2014: "Information Ethics and Global Citizenship", University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, April 24-26, 2014.

    Ethics'2014 IEEE International Symposium on Ethics in Engineering, Science, and Technology, Chicago, IL, USA, May 23-24, 2014.

    6th International Conference on Information Law and Ethics Thessaloniki, Greece, May 30-31, 2014.

    WSIS C10 Action Line: Ethical dimensions of the Information Society, Geneva, 10-13 June 2014.

    CaTaC' 2014 Culture, Technology, Communication: Celebration, Transformation, New Directions. University of Oslo, June 19-20, 2014.

    CEPE - ETHICOMP 2014, Paris, June 22-27, 2014.

    IEEE 2014 Conference on Norbert Wiener in the 21st. Century, Boston, June 24-26, 2014.

    Africa Network for Information Ethics (ANIE) 4th International Conference: Information Ethics - Cross Cutting Themes in Africa, Kampala (Uganda), July 2-4, 2014.

    7th International Conference on ICT, Society an Human Beings Lisbon, Portugal, July 15-19, 2014.

    11th IFIP TC9 Human Choice and Computers Conference: ICT and Society, Turku, Finland, July 30th - August 1st, 2014.

    AMCIS 2014 Association for Information Systems Conference, Savannah, Georgia, August 7-10, 2014.

    IFLA/FAIFE International Federation of Library Associations: Conference on "Ethical Dilemmas in the Information Society" Geneva, August 14-15, 2014.

    International Symposium on Philosophy of Library and Information Science. Ethics: Theory and Practice Kastamonu, Turkey, September 3-5, 2014.

    InfoSec2014 The International Conference on Information Security and Cyber Forensics, Malaysia, October 8-10,2014.

    European Sociological Association: Research Network 18 (Sociology of Communications and Media Research) 2014 Conference: Media and Communication in and after the Global Capitalist Crisis: Renewal,Reform or Revolution? , University of Bucharest, Romania, October 17-18, 2014.

    World Internet Conference: Wuzhen Summit Wuzhen, China, November 19-21, 2014.

    Ulepicc 2014 (União Latina de Economia Política da Informação, da Comunicação e da Cultura). Comunicação, cultura, informação e democracia: tensões e contradições" Rio de Janeiro, November 24-26, 2014.

    SocialCom 2014 The 7th IEEE International Conference on Social Computing and Networking, Sydney, Australia, December 3-5, 2014.

    digitising europe: Opportunities for the Next Generation, Berlin, December 4, 2014

    5th International Conference on Internet Technologies & Society 2014 New Taipei City, Taiwan, December 10-12, 2014.

    2013 

    International Conference: The Power of Information Brussels, January 20-23, 2013.

    IADIS International Conference e-Society 2013 Lisbon (Portugal), March 13-16, 2013.

    IADIS International Conference: e-Society 2013 Lisbon (Portugal), March 13-16, 2013.

    II International Conference on Media Ethics Universidad de Sevilla (Spain), April 3-5, 2013.

    Information Ethics Roundtable — IER 2013: Information Ethics and Policy: Intellectual Property, Privacy, and Freedom of Speech. University of Washington (Seattle, USA), April 25-26, 2013.

    ETHICOMP 2013 University of Southern Denmark, Kolding, Denmark, 12-14 June, 2013.

    ISTAS'13 The IEEE International Symposium on Technology and Society: Social Implications of Living in a Smart World, University of Toronto, Toronto (Ontario, Canada), June 27-29, 2013.

    CEPE Conference - Computer Ethics: Philosophical Enquiry Autónoma University, Lisbon (Portugal), July 1-3, 2013.

    IADIS International Conference: ICT, Society and Human Beings 2013 Prague, Czech Republic, July, 24-26, 2013.

    14th Information Studies (IS) Annual Conference: "Information Ethics in Africa University of Zululand, South Africa, 4–6 September, 2013.

    UNESCO - IFAP: Riga Global Meeting of Experts on the Ethical Aspects of Information Society Riga, October 16-17, 2013.

    2012  

    IADIS International Conference e-Society 2012 Berlin, Germany, March 10-13, 2012.

    The Fourth ICTs and Society-Conference Critique, Democracy, and Philosophy in 21st Century Information Society. Towards Critical Theories of Social Media. Uppsala, Sweden, May 2-4, 2012.

    SCRIPT Centre for Studies in Intellectual Property and Technology Law, International Conference "Law and Transformation", Edinburgh, June 1-8, 2012.

    CATaC12 Cultural Attitudes towards Technology and Communication Conference: Beyond the digital/cultural divide: in/visibility and new media. Aarhus University, Aarhus, Denmark. June 18-20, 2012.

    International Conference Security, Ethics, and Justice: Towards a more inclusive Security Design June 21-23, 2012, Tübingen, Germany.

    ICIL 2012 5th International Conference on Information law and Ethics: Equity, Beauty and Integrity in Information Law and Ethics. Ionian University, Corfu, Greece, June 29-30, 2012.

    IADIS 2012 International Conference ICT, Society and Human Beings Lisbon, Portugal, July 21-23, 2012.

    ANIE Information Ethics Workshop in cooperation with SCECSAL XX Conference on Information for sustainable development in a digital environment. Nairobi (Kenya), June 2-3, 2012.

    Africa Network for Information Ethics (ANIE) 3rd International Conference: The Cheetah Generation's Fast Track towards Social Media and Information Ethics in Africa, Kievits Kroon Conference Centre, Pretoria, South Africa, September 3-7, 2012.

    International Internet Ethics Symposium 2012 Seoul, Korea, September 11-12, 2012.

    Interdisciplinary and Intercultural Joint-Workshop on Privacy and Publicness in East and West "Life, Culture and Society in the Information Era" organized by ReGIS (Research Group on the Information Society, University of Tsukuba, Japan), Doctoral Program in International Advanced Japanese Studies (Graduate School of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Tsukuba, Japan) and the International Center for Information Ethics (ICIE), University of Tsukuba, October 4-5, 2012.

    Knowledge on the Net – in Search of an Ethics in the Internet Age 2nd Tübingen International Conference on Ethics and Society. Tübingen, Germany, October 11-12, 2012.

    European Sociological Association’s Research Network 18 - Sociology of Communications and Media Research Conference: Communication, Crisis, and Critique in Contemporary Capitalism . University of the Basque Country, Bilbao, October 18-20, 2012.

    International Conference: Privacy and Emerging Technologies Berlin, November 27-28, 2012.

    2011  

    Gemeinsame Jahrestagung der DGPuK-Fachgruppe Kommunikations- und Medienethik, der Sektion Medien- und Kommunikationssoziologie der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Soziologie sowie des Netzwerks Medienethik 2011 Medien- und Zivilgesellschaft, Munich, Feb 17-18, 2011. [German]

    La Segunda Conferencia Latinoamericana y del Caribe de Ética de la Información will take place at the Universidad del Claustro de Sor Juana, México, March 1-3, 2011

    ICT Ethics and Public Policy, Europe House (EU Commission and European Parliament's UK Office), London, March 23, 2011.

    IT for a Better Future, conference on ethics and governance of future emerging ICTs, co-hosted by STOA and ETICA, supported by EGAIS. European Parliament, Brussels, March 31, 2011.

    International Conference on Information Law 2011, Thessaloniki, Greece, May 20-21, 2011.

    17th International Conference of the Society for Philosophy and Technology: Technology and Security, University of North Texas, Denton (USA), May 26-29, 2011.

    CEPE 2011 (Computer Ethics: Philosophical Enquiry), University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee, Milwaukee (USA), May 31 - June 3, 2011.

    High-Level Academic Workshop: Developing Information Ethics in Africa , Pretoria, July 4-5, 2011.

    IACAP 2011 First International Meeting The Computational Turn: Past, Presents, Futures?, Aarhus University, Aarhus, Denmark, 4-6 July, 2011.

    ETHICOMP 2011 The Social Impact of Social Computing", Sheffield Hallam University (UK), Sheffield, September 14-16, 2011.

    2010  

    Seminar: Cyberetics: Ethics in the Age of technology, Rome (Italy), 16 January 2010. - Part of: Festival delle Scienze 2010.

    WTMC PhD Workshop: Technology in Surveillance Society, Ravenstein (NL), 27-29 January 2010.

    A2K4 Workshop: Identifying Challenges and Opportunities for an African Information Ethics at Yale Law School, February 10, 2010 (Panelists: Johannes Britz, Rafael Capurro, Dennis Ocholla. Moderator: Michael Zimmer)

    Gemeinsame Jahrestagung der DGPuK-Fachgruppe Kommunikations- und Medienethik und des Netzwerks Medienethik: Ethik der Kommunikationsberufe, Munich, February 18-19, 2010.

    Workshop Ethical Guidance for Research and Application of Pervasive and Autonomous Information Technology (PAIT), Cincinnati (USA), March 3-4, 2010.

    I Simpósio Brasileiro de Ética da Informação, Universidade Federal de Paraíba, March 18, 2010

    4th bi-annual Surveillance and Society Conference: A Global Surveillance Society?, supported by the Living in Surveillance Societies (LiSS) Cost Action and the Surveilance Studies Network, City University London, London (UK), April 13–15, 2010.

    ETHICOMP 2010: The "backwards, forwards and sideways" changes of ICT, Universitat Rovira i Virgili, Tarragona (Spain), April 14-16, 2010.

    IEEE Symposium on Technology and Society (ISTAS10): Social Implications of Emerging Technologies, University of Wollongong, New South Wales (Australia), June 7-9, 2010.

    20th annual ACM Computers, Freedom, and Privacy, San Jose (CA), June 15-18, 2010.

    3rd International Seminar on Information Law 2010: An Information Law for the 21st Century, Department of Archive and Library Science-Graduate Program, Ionian University, Corfu (Greece), June 25-26, 2010.

    IADIS International Conference ICT, Society, and Human Beings 2010, Freiburg (Germany), July 29–31, 2010.

    International Committee for Robot Arms Control (ICRAC): International, Interdisciplinary Expert Workshop Arms Control for Robots – Limiting Armed Tele-Operated and Autonomous Systems, Humboldt-Universität (Berlin, Germany), September 20-22, 2010.

    E-CAP 2010, TU Munich, Munich (Germany), October 4-6, 2010.

    The 7th International Conference on Ubiquitous Intelligence and Computing: Building Smart Worlds in Real and Cyber Spaces (UIC 2010), Xi'an (China), October 26-29, 2010.

    The Chinese International Conference on Information Ethics, Renmin University of China (RUC), School of Philosophy, Beijing (China), October 28-29, 2010. (Co-organized by the ICIE)

    International Conference Activist Media and Biopolitics: Critical Media Interventions in the Age of Biopower, University of Innsbruck (Austria), November 12-13, 2010.

    CONFIDENCE 2010 International Conference: Open Doors to ICT for Ageing and eInclusion, Jyväskylä (Finland), 9 -10 December 2010. - "Call for abstracts" asks for contributions on "ethical and legal issues related to technologies and their development". Deadline: September 03rd, 2010. Contact project for more information.

    2009  

    Computers, Privacy & Data Protection Conference 2009: Data Protection in A Profiled World?, Vlaams-Nederlands Huis deBuren, Brussels, Belgium, January 16-17, 2009.

    SSTNET workshop organized in cooperation with the IFZ at Graz: The Knowledge-Based Economy (KBE): Critical Perspectives, Graz, Austria, February 5–6, 2009.

    Gemeinsame Jahrestagung der DGPuK-Fachgruppe Kommunikations- und Medienethik sowie des Netzwerks Medienethik 2009: Web 2.0. Neue Kommunikations- und Interaktionsformen als Herausforderung der Medienethik, Hochschule der Philosophie, Munich, Germany, February 12-13, 2009.

    UNESCO Workshop on Information Ethics and e-Government in sub-Sahara Africa, co-sponsored by the Government of South Africa, in cooperation with the International Center for Information Ethics, the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, the University of Pittsburgh, and the University of Pretoria, February 23-26, 2009.

    Paul Lucas Graduate Conference in History: Making Memory, Making History: Ideas and Identities Beyond Borders, History Graduate Student Association, Indiana University, Bloomington, USA, 6-7 March, 2009.

    Association of American Geographers 2009 Annual Meeting: Spaces of Surveillance: Power and Control in the Information Age, Las Vegas (USA), March 22-27, 2009.

    Symposium The Philosophy of Identity in the Virtual (part of Laval Virtual 2009), Laval (France), April 23, 2009.

    Interactive Facilitation Meeting on Information Ethics at the WSIS Forum 2010, ITU Headquarters, Geneva (Switzerland), May 11, 2010.

    ICRA2009: Roboethics-Workshop, Kobe (Japan), May 17, 2009.

    Conference: Society-Culture-Technology at the Dawn of the 21st Century, AGH University of Science and Technology, Kraków (Poland), May 21-22, 2009.

    International interdisciplinary scientific conference: Culture and Media: Local and global aspects, Faculty of Philosophy, Vilnius University - Institute of Media Studies, Ruhr-University Bochum - Institute of Philosophy, National Academy of Sciences of Belarus, Vilnius (Lithuania), May 22-23, 2009.

    Conference The Ethics of Information Organization, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, Milwaukee, USA, May 22-23, 2009.

    Jahrestagung der Gesellschaft für Technikgeschichte: Geschichte(n) der Robotik, Hochschule für Gestaltung Offenbach am Main (Germany), May 22-24, 2009.
    IADIS International Conference: ICT, Society and Human Beings, Algarve (Portugal), 17–23 June, 2009.

    Eighth International Conference of Computer Ethics: Philosophical Enquiry (CEPE 2009), Ionian University, Corfu, Greece, June 27-29, 2009.

    16th International Conference of the Society for Philosophy and Technology (SPT 2009): Converging Technologies, Changing Societies, University of Twente, Enschede (NL), July 8-10, 2009.

    International Association for Media and Communication Research (IAMCR), 27th Annual Research Conference, Theme: Human Rights And Communication, National Autonomous University Of Mexico (Unam), Mexico-City, Mexico, July 21-24, 2009.

    International Conference: The Philosophy of Computer Games, Oslo (Norway), August 13-15, 2009.

    International Conference: The Basics of Journalism: Concepts of Ethics, Responsibility, and Quality in Media and Journalism, Eichstaett (Germany), September 18-20, 2009.

    ESF-LiU Conference The Perfect Body: between Normativity and Consumerism, Scandic Hotel Linköping Väst, Linköping (Sweden), October 9-13, 2009.

    FIfF Jahrestagung 2009 - Verantwortung 2.o (25th Anniversary), Bremen (Germany), November, 13-15 2009.

    International Conference: ICT that makes the difference: The Future of Ambient Intelligence, Brussels, November 22-25, 2009.

    2008  

    First Asia-Pacific Regional Conference on the Ethical Dimensions of the Information Society. Hanoi, Vietnam, January 16-18, 2008.

    Knowledge Rights and Information Sharing in the 21st Century, Interdisciplinary Conference, University of Central Florida, Orlando (USA), January 30 - February 1, 2008.

    Open Forum Davos 2008, Section Virtual Worlds - Fiction or Reality?, Participants: Rafael Capurro, Florence Develey, Reid Hoffman, Philip Rosedale, and Joseph Weizenbaum, Swiss Alpine High School (SAMD), Davos (CH), January 26, 2008.

    Knowledge Rights and Information Sharing in the 21st Century, Interdisciplinary Conference, University of Central Florida, Orlando (USA), January 30 - February 1, 2008.

    Gemeinsame Jahrestagung der DGPuK-Fachgruppen Kommunikation und Politik (gemeinsam mit dem Arbeitskreis Politik und Kommunikation der DVPW) und Kommunikations- und Medienethik (gemeinsam mit dem Netzwerk Medienethik): Ethische und normative Dimensionen der politischen Kommunikation, Munich, Germany, Feb 14-15, 2008.

    Clash of Realities - 2nd International Computer Game Conference Cologne, Cologne (Germany), March 5-7, 2008.

    First UNESCO Asia-Pacific Regional Conference on the Ethical Dimensions of the Information Society. Hanoi, Vietnam, March 12-14, 2008.

    Frühjahrstagung der Sektion für Politische Theorie und Ideengeschichte in der Deutschen Vereinigung für Politische Wissenschaft zum Thema Privatheit und Öffentlichkeit. Grenzziehungen und Grenzverschiebungen, Universität Potsdam Campus Griebnitzsee, 13.-15.03.2008.

    International Conference: Libraries from Human Rights Perspective. Ramallah Center for Human Rights Studies (RCHRS), Ramallah (Palestine), 31 March – 2 April 2008.

    InVisibilities: The politics, practice and >experience of surveillance in everyday life. A two-day international conference hosted by the centre for criminological research, university of sheffield in association with the surveillance studies network, University of Sheffield, Sheffield (UK), April 2-3, 2008.

    Deutschsprachiges Symposium des ICIE: Wandel des Internets – Wandel der Informationsethik? Karlsruhe, Germay, April 3-4, 2008.

    AISB Symposium on Computing and Philosophy - In conjunction with the 2008 AISB Convention, University of Aberdeen, Scotland, April 4, 2008.

    International Conference: Managing Identity in New Zealand: User-Centric Identity in the 21st Century, Te Papa Museum, Wellington, New Zealand, April 29-30 2008.

    Section "Ethics / Politics" at The Philosophy of Computer Games Conference 2008, Potsdam (Germany), May 8-10, 2008.

    Conference: Thinking Critically: Alternative Perspectives and Methods in Information Studies Sponsored by the Center for Information Policy Research, the School of Information Studies, and the UW-Milwaukee Libraries, UW-Milwaukee, May 15-17, 2008.

    8th International Conference of Human Rights: Right to Knowledge and Information in a Heterogenic Society, organized by the Faculty of Law and Administration of the University of Warmia and Mazury, and the Faculty of Law of the University of Bari, Olsztyn (Poland), May 30-31, 2008.

    Multidisciplinary Workshop: The good life in a technological age, University of Twente, The Netherlands, June 12-14, 2008.

    European conference on Computing and Philosophy: ECAP@LIRMM 2008, University for Science and Technology, Montpellier, France, June 16-18, 2008.

    Ethics, Technology and Identity, Delft, NL, June 18-20, 2008.

    CATaC08: ICTs Bridging Cultures? Theories, Obstacles, Best Practices, Nîmes, France, June 24-27, 2008.

    3rd Global Conference: Visions of the Human in Cyberculture, Cyberspace and Science Fiction, Mansfield College, Oxford (UK), July 1-3, 2008.

    Machine Ethics at NA-CAP@IU 2008, Indiana University, Bloomington Indiana (USA), July 10–12, 2008.

    International Conference Terrorism in the Digital Age, Al-Hussein bin Talal University, Amman, Jordan, 10-13 July 2008

    Interdisziplinäre Fachkonferenz HIV/Aids - Ethische Perspektiven, Johann Wolfgang Goethe-Universität Frankfurt, Frankfurt am Main, Germany, June 19-21, 2008. - Including lectures by Rafael Capurro and Klaus Wiegerling on media and information ethics.

    CATaC08: ICTs Bridging Cultures? Theories, Obstacles, Best Practices, Nîmes, France, June 24-27, 2008.

    Vox Internet Workshop "Revisiting Internet Governance: Ethics and Politics in Human-Objects Networks", Paris,France, June 25, 2008.

    3rd Global Conference: Visions of the Human in Cyberculture, Cyberspace and Science Fiction, Mansfield College, Oxford, UK, July 1-3, 2008.

    1st Global Conference: Diasporas: Exploring Critical Issues, Mansfield College, Oxford, UK, July 5-7, 2008.

    Workshop: The Use of Implants in Ethical Surveillance Infrastructures, Center for Interdisciplinary Research, Bielefeld (Germany), September 3-5, 2008.

    German Section on "Informationsethik" in the program of the XXI. German Conference for Philosophy, Duisburg-Essen, September 15-19, 2008.

    Mobile Communication and the Ethics of Social Networking, Budapest, Hungary, September 25–27, 2008.

    International and Interdisciplinary Conference of the Association of Internet Researchers (AoIR): Internet Research 9.0: Rethinking Community, Rethinking Place, Copenhagen, Denmark, October 16-18, 2008.

    Symposium Virtuality and Control. Minority Practices in Societies of Control / Virtualität und Kontrolle. Minoritäre Praktiken in den Kontrollgesellschaften, University of Fine Arts (HfbK) Hamburg and Partners, Hamburg, Germany, November 5-8, 2008.

    International Conference The Epistemology of Liberal Democracy: Free Speech, Disagreement and Common Belief, University of Copenhagen, Copenhagen, Denmark, November 20-21, 2008.

    International Symposium The Vigilant Society, Institute of Social Sciences, Lisbon, Portugal, November 20-21, 2008.

    2007  

    Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS) includes Track: Ethics and Philosophy of Knowledge Management. Hilton Waikoloa Village Resort, Waikoloa, Big Island, January 3-6, 2007.

    African Information Ethics Conference: Ethical Challenges in the Information Age, Pretoria, South Africa, February 5-7, 2007.

    ETHICOMP 2007 Meiji University, Tokyo, Japan, 27-29 March, 2007.

    ICRA’07: 2007 IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation. 10-14 April 2007, Roma, Italy, includes: Full Day Workshop on Roboethics, 14 April 2007.

    ECAP '07: European Computing and Philosophy Conference, University of Twente, Enschede, The Netherlands, June 21-23, 2007.

    Symposium des Austrian Chapter des Club of Rome: Leben im Cyberspace - Die Bildung von Sozialkapital in virtuellen Welten, Vienna, 26 Juni 2007 (in cooperation with the ICIE). - Press release on the outcome of the symposium (in German)

    Society for Philosophy and Technology (SPT): "Technology and Globalization" (2007 Biennial Meeting), University of South Carolina, Charleston, SC (USA), 8-11 July 2007.

    International Symposium on Ethics, Cybernetics and Informatics: Info-CybernEthics 2007 in the Context of the 11th Word Multi-conference on Systemics, Cybernetics and Informatics: WMSCI 2007, Orlando, Florida (USA), 8-11 July 2007.

    CEPE 2007 Seventh International Conference of Computer Ethics: Philosophical Enquiry. University of San Diego, San Diego, California, USA, 12-14 July, 2007.

    30th International Wittgenstein Symposium: Philosophy of the Information Society. Kirchberg am Wechsel, Austria, 5-11 August 2007.

    European regional meeting on "Ethics and Human Rights in Information Society". Strasbourg, France, September 13-14, 2007.

    European regional meeting on "Ethics and Human Rights in Information Society". Strasbourg, France, September 13-14, 2007.

    Workshop Ubiquitous Computing, Pervasive Computing, Ambient Intelligence... Surveillance and Control? at Informatik 07, Bremen, Germany, September 25, 2007.

    "Dialogue Forum on Internet Rights". The Italian Government, in the framework of the Internet Governance Forum process in cooperation with the UN and the IGF Secretariat, will organize a "Dialogue Forum on Internet Rights", Rome, September 27, 2007.

    Second Joint Workshop on Information Ethics between ReGIS (Research Group on the Information Society, University of Tsukuba, Japan) and Stuttgart Media University, October 3-5, 2007.

    The ethics of data sharing in e-social science Workshop at the e-social Science Conference, Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA, October 7-9, 2007.

    Workshop on Ethical Aspects of Inclusion in the Information Society organized by the European Commission, Brussels (Belgium), October 29, 2007.

    Forum on Intercultural Information Ethics at The Third Asia-Pacific Computing and Philosophy Conference, Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok, Thailand, November 2-4, 2007.

    Information and Communication Technologies, Transparency and Corporate Responsibility: Social and Ethical Considerations in the Global Economy, Carnegie Mellon University, Universidade Católica Portuguesa, Lisbon (Portugal), November 7-9, 2007.

    Workshop at the European Conference on Ambient Intelligence (AmI 07): First International Workshop on Human Aspects in Ambient Intelligence. Darmstadt, Germany, November 10, 2007.

    VII. HdM-Symposium zur Medienethik: Computerspiele und Virtuelle Welten. Stuttgart Media University, Stuttgart (Germany), December 5-6, 2007.

    2006  

    Grenzenlose Cyberwelt? Digitale Ungleichheit und neue Bildungszugänge für Jugendliche Internationale Fachtagung, Bielefeld, February 9-11, 2006.

    Privacy and Surveillance Technologies - Intercultural and Interdisciplinary Perspectives Interdisciplinary Workshop, Bielefeld, February 10-11, 2006.

    Shapes of Things to Come Tagung des Institut für Informatik der Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, February 15-17, 2006.

    The Ethics and Politics of Search Engines A Panel Discussion presented by the Center for Science, Technology, and Society and the University in Santa Clara, California, Feb 27, 2006

    Netzwerk Medienethik Jahrestagung 2005: "Bildethik" Munich, Germany, February 23-24, 2006.

    European Robotics Symposium (EUROS-06), Palermo, Italy, 16-18 March, 2006.

    Information Ethics Roundtable Topic: Secrecy, Portland, Oregon, USA, March 22, 2006.

    Clash of Realities. Computerspiele und soziale Wirklichkeit. Cologne, Germany, March 22-24, 2006.

    ACM SAC 2006, 21st ACM Symposium on Applied Computing: Track on Computer Ethics and Human Values, Dijon, France, April 23-27, 2006.

    Third International Workshop on Philosophy and Informatics (WSPI 2006) focuses on bioinformatics, but contributions on philosophy and informatics in general are also invited. Saarbruecken, Germany, May 3-4, 2006.

    Computers & Philosophy Le Mans University, Laval, France, May 3-5, 2006.

    IRW2006 The Architecture and Philosophy of the Web. Identity, Reference, and the Web, Edinburgh, Scotland, May 22, 2006.

    Information Society: Governance, Ethics and Social Consequences, University of Namur, Namur, Belgium, May 22-23, 2006.

    Menschen-Bilder. Welche Anthropologie leitet die gegenwärtigen Humantechnologien? Öffentliche Tagung an der Universität Bonn anläßlich des 30. Todestages von Martin Heidegger. Bonn, June 1-2, 2006

    Workshop on Generating Collaborative Research in the Ethical Design of Surveillance Infrastructures, Austin, Texas, June 8-11, 2006.

    E-CAP: Computing and Philosophy. IV. European Meeting, Norwegian University for Science and Technology, Trondheim, Norway, June 22-24, 2006.

    9th Annual Ethics and Technology Conference, Regis University Denver, Colorado (USA), June 23-24, 2006.

    CATaC'06, University of Tartu, Estonia, 28 June - 1 July 2006.

    Eighth International Workshop on Deontic Logic in Computer Science, Special Topic: Artificial Normative Systems, Utrecht, The Netherlands, July 12-14, 2006.

    International Association for Intercultural Communication Studies (IAICS): Globalization, Communication, and Cultural Identity, International Conference, San Antonio, TX (USA), August 2-4, 2006. - Schedule including links to videos of presentations can be found here.

    North American-CAP 2006 Conference Rensselaer Polytechnic Institutee (RPI) Troy,NY, August 10-12, 2006.

    Future Matters: Futures Known, Created and Minded: An International Conference, Cardiff University, September 4-6, 2006.

    Global Governance an Local Practice, Lancaster University, UK, September 12-13, 2006.

    HCC7 Seventh International Conference "Human Choice and Computers", Nova Gorica, Slovenia and Gorizia, Italy, September 21-23, 2006.

    Internet Research 7.0: Internet Convergences Brisbane, Australia, September 28-30, 2006.

    Ethics of Human Interaction with Robotic, Bionic, and AI Systems: Concepts and Policies International Workshop. Naples, Italy, October 17-18 2006

    Konstruktion von Politik und Gesellschaft in Computerspielen? Lehrstuhl für Politische Wissenschaft der TU München, October 26-28, 2006. - Zusammenfassung

    Asia-Pacific-CAP 2006 Conference The Australian National University Canberra, Australia, October 27-29, 2006.

    Computervermittelte Kommunikation als Innovation. Tagung der DGPuK-Fachgruppe Computervermittelte Kommunikation. Karlsruhe, November 2-4, 2006.

    Fehlverhalten & Qualitätssicherung in den Wissenschaften, Berlin (Germany), December 1, 2006.

    VI. HdM-Symposium zur Medienethik: Informations- und Kommunikations- utopien, Stuttgart (Germany), December 5-6, 2006.

    Conferencia regional sobre ética en la sociedad de la información organized by UNESCO and FUNGLODE, Santo Domingo, December 7-9, 2006.


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    NEWS

    Last Update: July 31, 2017

    1. ICIE / IRIE
    2. Awards / Nominations
    3. Publications
    4. Meetings / Events
    5. Videos

    1. ICIE / IRIE  

    ICIE Series ed. by Rafael Capurro and Thomas Hausmanninger (Fink Verlag, Munich)

    International Review of Information Ethics (IRIE)
    • Reputation in the Cyberworld (Guest Editor: Michael Eldred) (19/2013)
    • Cyber warfare (Guest Editors: Francesca Vidal and Jürgen Altmann) (20/2013)
    • The Digital Future of Education (Guest Editors: Johannes Britz and Michael Zimmer) (21/2014)
    • Ethics for the Internet of Things (Guest Editors: Hektor Haarkötter and Felix Weil) (22/2014)
    • Global Citizenship (Guest Editor: Jared Bielby) (23/2015)
    • Ethics of Big Data (Guest Editors: Klaus Wiegerling, Michael Nerurkar and Christian Wadephul) (24/2016)
    • Ethics for Indian Cybertariats (Guest Editors: T V Gopal, Anthony Lobo, Pavan Duggal) (25/2016)
    • Information Ethics from a Marxian Perspective (Guest Editors: Marco Schneider and Ricardo Pimenta) (26/2017)
    • Ethics Issues of Networked Toys (Guest Editors: Juliet Lodge and Daniel Nagel) (27/2017) (Call for Papers)

    2. Awards / Nominations 

    ANIEversary Awards at the 10th ANIE Conference organized by the African Centre of Excellence for Information Ethics (ACEIE), Pretoria, South Africa, February 21-23, 2017.

    ANIE Africa Network for Information Ethics Awards 2014. During the 4th ANIE International Conference on Information Ethics organized by the ACEIE (African Centre of Excellence for Information Ethics, University of Pretoria, South Africa) that took place on July 2-4, 2014 in Kampala (Uganda) two ANIE academic awards were presented one to Prof. Constant Okello-Obura, University of Makarere (Uganda)and the second one to Prof. Dennis Ngong Ocholla, University of Zululand (South Africa) for their outstanding support of Information Ethics. The award for political commitment to Information Ethics in Africa was presented to Mr Jaco du Toit, Adviser in Communication and Information, UNESCO Nairobi Cluster Office. A Special ANIE Award for a decade of contribution to Information Ethics was also presented to Prof. Rafael Capurro.

    3. Publications 

    2017

    Handbook of Ethics, Values, and Technological Design. Sources, Theory, Values and Application Domains edited by Jeroen van den Hoven, Pieter Vermaas and Ibo van de Poel (The Netherlands 2017).

    ICIL 2016 7th International Conference on Information Law and Ethics. Broadening the Horizons of Information Law and Ethics. A Time of Inclusion edited by Maria Bottis and Eugenia Alexandropoulou (Thessaloniki: The University of Macedonia Press 2017).

    2016

    2016 Cybersecurity Report: Are we ready in Latin America and the Caribbean? by the Organization of American States (OAS) and the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB), 2016.

    Ethically Aligned Design: A Vision for Prioritizing Human Wellbeing with Artificial Intelligence and Autonomous Systems by IEEE.

    Facebook-Gesellschaft by Roberto Simanowski, Berlin 2016.

    Handbuch Medien- und Informationsethik by Jessica Heesen (ed.) 2016.

    Information Cultures in the Digital Age: A Festschrift in Honor of Rafael Capurro edited by Matthew Kelly & Jared Bielby, 2016.

    Perspectives on Big Data, Ethics, and Society report prepared by Jacob Metcalf, Emily F. Keller, and danah boyd, Council for Big Data, Ethics, and Society, 2016.

    Privacy, Security and Accountability. Ethics, Law and Policy edited by Adam D. Moore, London 2016.

    Security for the Digital World Within an Ethical Framework - Digital Enlightenment Series Vol 1 edited by Digital Enlightenment Forum 2016.

    2015

    The Global Information Technology Report 2015 by The World Economic Forum.

    European Data Protection Supervisor Opinion 4/2015: Towards a new digital ethics. Data, dignity and technology by Giovanni Buttarelli, Brussels, 11 September 2015.

    The Cloud-Uberveillance A narrative video (3 parts) from Nothing at All, song written by Martin Hale & Greg Barnett & Katina Michael, 2015.

    The Onlife Manifesto. Being Human in a Hyperconnected Era ed. by Luciano Floridi, Heidelberg 2015.

    Comparative Philosophies in Intercultural Information Ethics, in Confluence: Online Journal of World Philosophies. by Jared Bielby, Freiburg / Munich 2015.

    2014

    Curriculum to teach Information Ethics at universities in Africa by Beverley Malan and Coetzee Bester, Pretoria 2014.

    Etica multicultural y sociedad en red ed. by Luis Germán Rodríguez L. and Miguel Ángel Pérez Álvarez, Madrid 2014.

    Gesellschaftliche Verantwortung in der digital vernetzten Welt ed. by Peter Bittner, Stefan Hügel, Hans-Jörg Kreowski, Dietrich Meyer-Ebrecht and Britta Schinzel, Münster 2014.

    Social Media. A critical introduction by Christian Fuchs. London 2014.

    Überwachtes Netz. Edward Snowden und der größte Überwachungsskandal der Geschichte ed. by Markus Neckedahl and Andre Meister. Berlin 2014.

    Wovon – für wen – wozu? Systemdenken wider die Diktatur der Daten – Wilhelm Steinmüller zum Gedächtnis ed. by Hansjürgen Garstka and Wolfgang Coy, Berlin 2014.

    4. Meetings / Events 

    2017

    Jahrestagung des Netzwerks Medienethik:"Integration durch Medien – Aufgabe oder Auslaufmodell?" München, February 16-17, 2017.

    ANIEversary 10th ANIE Conference organized by the African Centre of Excellence for Information Ethics (ACEIE), Pretoria, South Africa, February 21-23, 2017.

    Princeton–Fung Global Forum 2017 “Society 3.0+: Can Liberty Survive the Digital Age?” Berlin, March 20-21, 2017.

    IV International Conference on Media Ethics, University of Seville (Spain), March 23-24, 2017.
    Information Ethics Roundtable 2017 Data & Ethics, organized by the School of Information Sciences , University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Champaign, IL, April 21-22, 2017.

    Libraries and Archives in the Anthropocene: A Colloquium New York University, New York, May 13-14, 2017.

    Conference TILTing Perspectives 2017: 'Regulating a connected world', Tilburg University, The Netherlands, May 17-19, 2017.

    III Brazilian Symposium on Information Ethics: USP, Sao Paulo, May 25, 2017.

    Ethicomp/CEPE 2017: Values in Emerging Science and Technology, Università degli Studi di Torino (University of Turin), Turin, Italy, June 5-8, 2017.

    IS4SI Conference: Digitalization for a Sustainable Society, Chalmers Conference Center, Gothenburg, Sweden, June 12-16, 2017.

    ECIS2017: 25th European Conference on Information Systems: Information Systems for a smart, sustainable and inclusive world, Guimarães, Portugal, June 5-10, 2017

    IMSCI 2017 The 11th International Multi-Conference on Society, Cybernetics and Informatics, Orlando, Florida, July 8-11, 2017.

    Indian Cybertariats, IEEE, Bangalore, India, July 29, 2017.

    MCCSIS 2017 The 10th International Conference on ICT, Society and Human Beings, Lisbon, Portugal, July 20-22, 2017.

    2016

    The Global Initiative for Ethical Considerations in the Design of Autonomous Systems, an Industry Connections Program of the IEEE Standards Association, Symposium on Ethics of Autonomous Systems (SEAS Europe), World Forum, Churchillplein 10, 2517 JW The Hague, The Netherlands, 28-29 August 2016.

    CPDP 2016 Computers, Privacy & Data Protection: [In]Visibilities and Infrastructure, Brussels, 27-29 January 2016.

    ICIL 2016 7th International Conference on Information Law and Ethics: Broadening the Horizons of Information Law and Ethics - A Time for Inclusion, Pretoria, South Africa, February 22-23, 2016.

    Digital Ethics A Debate organized by the Digital Enlightenment Forum (DEF), March 1, 2016.

    III International Conference on Gender and Communication University of Seville, Spain, April 7-8, 2016.

    ES 2016 14th International Conference e-Society, Algarve, Portugal, April 9-11, 2016.

    UN Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues: Universal Access to Knowledge for the Empowerment of Indigenous Peoples, New York, May 11, 2016.

    accadis Hochschule Bad Homburg 1. Fachkonferenz: "Face to Interface - Chancen und Risiken einer Internetmoral", Bad Homburg, Germany, June 7, 2016.

    CaTaC’16: Culture, Technology, Communication: Common world, different futures? University of West London, UK, June 16-18, 2016.

    ICT2016: 9th International Conference on ICT, Society and Human Beings, Madeira, Portugal, July 1-3, 2016.

    2nd IEEE Conference on Norbert Wiener in the 21st Century: Thinking Machines in the Physical World, Melbourne (Australia), July 13-15, 2106.

    Dagstuhl Seminar Data, Responsibly, Schloss Dagstuhl (Germany), July 17–22, 2016.

    HCC12 The 12th IFIP TC9 Human Choice and Computers Conference, Salford, UK, 7-9 September, 2016.

    AoIR 2016 Association of Internet Researchers, Berlin, October 5-8, 2016.

    ASIS&T Workshop Advancing Information Ethics and Policy Education: Designing Curriculum for Diverse Contexts (SIG/IEP), Copenhagen, Denmark, October 14, 2016.

    International Conference on Cyberlaw, Cybercrime & Cyber Security New Delhi, India, November 17-18, 2016.

    33 CCC Chaos Computer Club Congress, Hamburg, Germany, December 27-30, 2016.

    2015

    intelect 2015 IEEE-IEEMA INTELECT Conference and Exposition: connected intellience in electricity of things, Mumbay, India, January 22-24, 2015.

    Joint Symposium: Robo-Ethics and "Mind-Body-Schema" of Human and Robot - Challenges for a Better Quality of Life Friedrich-Ebert-Foundation and University of Tsukuba (Japan), January 23, 2015.

    CONNECTing the Dots: Options for Future Action. Conference on UNESCO's Internet Study: Access, free expression, privacy and ethics. Paris, March 3-4, 2015.

    13th International Conference e-Society 2015 Madeira - Portugal, March 14-16, 2015.

    III International Conference on Media Ethics School of Communication, University of Seville (Spain), March 24-26, 2015.

    Digital Enlightenment Forum 2015 Kilkenny Ireland, March 25-26, 2015.

    Information Ethics Roundtable 2015
 University of Wisconsin-Madison, April 9-10, 2015.

    We Robot 2015 Fourth Annual Conference on Robotics, Law and Policy. University of Washington School of Law, April 10-11, 2015.

    SEC 2014 30th IFIP International Conference on ICT Systems Security and Privacy Protection, Hamburg, Germany, May 26-28, 2015.

    13th conference “Culture and Computer Science 2015 – Cross Media” Berlin, Bode Museum, May 28-29, 2015.

    International Society for Information Studies: "The information society at the crossroads – response and responsibility of the sciences of information" Vienna, June 3-7, 2015.

    CEPE-IACAP 2015 University of Delaware, USA, June 22-25, 2015.

    8th International Conference on ICT, Society and Human Beings 2015 Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Spain, 21 - 23 July 21-23, 2015.

    2015 International Tübingen Conference on Ethics: The Value of [In-]Security Universität Tübingen, July 28-30, 2015.

    AMCIS 2015 - ICTs in Global Development (SIGGlobDev) Track Blue Ocean Research, Puerto Rico, August 13-15, 2015.

    ETHICOMP 2015 De Montfort University, Leicester, UK, September 7-9, 2015.

    IMAM 2015 3rd International Conference on Islamic Applications in Computer Science and Technologies, Konya, Turkey, October 1-3, 2015.

    ICSR 2015 Seventh International Conference on Social Robotics, Paris, October 26-30, 2015.

    International Conference on Cyberlaw, Cybercrime & Cyber Security New Delhi, India, November 19, 2015.

    Standards, Disruptions and Values in Digital Culture and Communication ECREA DCC Section Conference at the University of Salzburg, Austria, November 26-27, 2015.

    First Regional Meeting held in the Dominican Republic to discuss Internet governance and infoethics November 26-27, 2015.

    IDE / EMR: "Verantwortung der Internet-Giganten - Brauchen wir eine Politik & Ethik der Algorithmen?". Gemeinsame Tagung des Instituts für Digitale Ethik (IDE) Hochschule der Medien Stuttgart und des Instituts für Europäisches Medienrecht (EMR) e.V., Stuttgart, December 3, 2015.

    6th International Conference on Internet Technologies & Society 2015 Florianópolis, Santa Catarina, Brazil, 30 November – 2 December 2015.

    ULEPICC 2015 VIII Encuentro Internacional de Investigadores y Estudiosos de la Información y la Comunicación (ICOM 2015) y IX Congreso Internacional Unión Latina de la Economía Política de la Información, la Comunicación y la Cultura La Habana, Cuba, December 7 - 11, 2015.

    Responsibility and Resistance: Ethics in Mediatized Worlds International Conference, Austrian Academy of Sciences, Vienna, December 10-11, 2015.

    5. Videos  

    Verband der Automobilindustrie (VDA): Dialogreihe Mobilität von morgen. Rafael Capurro im Gespräch mit dem Vorstandsvorsitzenden der Continental AG, Dr. Elmar Degenhart. Moderation: Ines Arland, Berlin, November 29, 2016.

    Research Colloquium "Towards an Intercultural Information Ethics Curriculum", University of Alberta, Faculty of Education, School of Library and Information Studies: Jared Bielby, Co-chair of the International Center for Information Ethics, March 2, 2016.


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    Encyclopedias

    Last Update: July 21, 2014

    Encyclopedia of Information Science and Technology by Mehdi Khosrow-Pour (Ed.), Third Edition (IGI Global, 2014). This comprehensive ten-volume collection covers many topics within Security and Forensics, including: Criminal Science and Forensics, Cyber and Network Security, Cyber Crime and Digital Terrorism, and Surveillance Systems. Comprised of approximately 750 previously unpublished research contributions, through the insights of thousands of international experts, hailing from more than 50 different countries.

    Encyclopedia of Science, Technology, and Ethics by Carl Mitcham (Ed.) 4 vols.(Thomson Gale 2005) with contributions from (selection):
    • Prosthetics, Virtual Reality by Philip Brey
    • Semiotics: Nature and Machine by Søren Brier
    • Discourse Ethics by Charles Ess
    • Information by Luciano Floridi
    • Natural Law by Kenneth Einar Himma
    • Levinas, Emmanuel by Lucas Introna
    • Phenomenology by Lucas Introna
    • Computer Ethics, Ethics and Technology, A Program for Future Research by Deborah G. Johnson
    • Hacker Ethics by Deborah G. Johnson
    • Responsibility. Anglo-American Perspectives by Deborah G. Johnson
    • Social Construction of Technology by Deborah G. Johnson
    • Daoist Perspectives by Liu Xiaogan
    • Biodiversity Commercialization, Bioethics, Technoethics by Carl Mitcham
    • Towards an Ethics of Science and Technology as Knowledge by Carl Mitcham
    • Artificiality by Massimo Negrotti
    • Values in Technical Design by Helen Nissenbaum
    • Information Ethics by Martha M. Smith
      • Herman T. Tavani: Transaction Generated Information and Data Mining
      • Jeroen van den Hoven: Privacy
      • Marsha Woodbury: Security

    The Encyclopedia of Library and Information Science edited by Allen Kent (University of Pittsburgh) has published comprehensive articles in this field, namely:
    • Ethical Aspects of Library and Information Science by Richard R. Rubin (Kent State University) and Thomas J. Froehlich (Kent State University) (1996, Vol. 58, Suppl. 21, pp. 33-52)
    • Professional Ethics by Lee Finks and Elisabeth Soekefeld (1993, Vol. 52, Suppl. 15, pp. 301-32)
    There are several articles on special themes like:
    • Censorship by Edward Cline (1998 Vol. 62, Suppl. 25, pp. 65-83)
    • Teaching Ethical Computing by Tom Jewett (1998 Vol. 63, Suppl. 26, pp. 297-311)
    • The Information Society: Conceptions and Critique by Frank Webster (1996 Vol. 58, Suppl. 21, pp. 74-112)
    • Ethical Issues in Information Systems by Vladimir Zwass (1996 Vol. 57, Suppl. 21, pp. 175-195)
    • Public Interest Ethics by Bradley Chilton (1996 Vol. 58, Supp. 21, pp. 275-281)
    • Organizational Ethics by Sarah Sanderson King and Donald Cushman (1995)
    • Information Malpractice by Marianne Puckett and James Pat Craig (1993, Vol. 52, Suppl. 15, pp. 141-167)

    Encyclopedia of Information Ethics and Security by Marian Quingley (Ed.) (Hershey, PA: Information Science Reference, 2007).

    The Encyclopedia of Applied Ethics edited by Ruth Chadwick (University of Central Lancashire) (San Diego 1998) deals with topics such as:
    • Accounting and Business Ethics by Harold Q. Langenderfer (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill)
    • Applied Ethics, Challenges to by Tim Dare (The University of Auckland)
    • Applied Ethics, Overview by Earl R. Winkler (University of British Columbia)
    • Computer and Information Ethics by Simon Rogerson (De Montfort University)
    • Computer Security by Eugene H. Spafford (Purdue University)
    • Confidentiality, General Issues of by Mary Beth Armstrong (California Polytechnic State University)
    • Confidentiality of Sources by Michel Petheram (Open University)
    • Conflict of Interest by Michael Davis (Illinois Institute of Technology)
    • Corporations, Ethics in by Francis Aguilar (Harvard University)
    • Corporate Responsibility by Celia Wells (University of Wells, Cardiff)
    • Information Management by Richard Mason (Southern Methodist University)
    • Informed Consent by Jonathan D. Moreno (SUNY Health Science Center at Brooklyn), Arthur L. Caplan (University of Pennsylvania) and Paul Root Wolpe (University of Pennsylvania)
    • Internet Protocol by Duncan Langford (University of Kent at Canterbury)
    • Freedom of Speech by Larry Alexander (University of San Diego)
    • Freedom of the Press in the USA by Stephen Klaidman (Kennedy Institut of Ethics, Georgetown University)
    • Privacy by Edmund F. Byrne (Indiana University)
    • Reputation Management by Corporations by Charles J. Fombrun (New York University)
    • Research Ethics by Caroline Whitbeck (Case Western Reserve University)
    • Science and Engineering Ethics by R. E. Spier (University of Surrey)
    • Scientific Publishing by Beth A. Fischer (University of Pittsburg) and Michael Zigmond (University of Pittsburg)
    • Social Ethics, Overview by D. Don Welch (Vanderbilt University)
    • World Ethics by Nigel Dower (University of Aberdeen)

    Lexikon der Wirtschaftsethik edited by G. Enderle, K. Homann, M. Honecker, W. Kerber, H. Steinmann (Freiburg 1993):
    • Information, Informationstechnologie by Klaus Kornwachs
    • Neue Technologien by Klaus Kornwachs

    Handbuch der Wirtschaftsethik edited by W. Korff et al.(Gütersloh 1999):
    • Informationsverhalten und Informationsstrukturen by Stefan Klein, Rolf Alexander Teubner


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    State of the Art

    Last Update: January 10, 2009

    2008

    Perspectives on Global Information Ethics by Lois F. Lunin (Editor) and Toni Carbo (Guest Editor). Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology, Volume 59, Number 7, 2008, 1009-1183 (Comprehensive Bibliography by Toni Carbo, David Perrotta, Jeffrey Neher, and Martha M: Smith, 1116-1123).

    Computer and Information Ethics by Terrell Bynum. Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy.

    2005

    Information Ethics by E. Elrod and Martha M. Smith. In: The Encyclopedia of Science, Technology, and Ethics by Carl Mitcham (Ed.) (4 vols.) Thomson Gale (1st edition) 2005, 1004-1011.

    2002

    Information Ethics by Thomas J. Froehlich. International Encyclopedia of Information and Library Science, 2nd. Edition, Routledge, 2002.

    2001

    Library and Information Professions by Thomas J. Froehlich. Encyclopedia of Ethics, 2nd. Edition, ed. Lawrence C. and Charlotte Becker. 2 vols. New York and London: Routledge, 2001.

    1997

    Information Ethics by Martha M. Smith. Annual Review of Information Science and Technology (ARIST) Martha E. Williams Ed. 1997, Vol. 32, 339-366.

    Survey and Analysis of Legal and Ethical Issues for Library and Information Services by Thomas J. Froehlich, UNESCO Report (Contract No. 401.723.4), for the International Federation of Library Associations. IFLA Professional Series. Munich: G.K.Saur, 1997.

    1996

    Global Information Ethics by T.W. Bynum and S. Rogerson Eds. Special edition. Science and Engineering Ethics, 2 (2) 1996.

    1995

    Computers, information and ethics: A review of issues and literature by Carl Mitcham. Science and Engineering Ethics, 1(2), 113-132.

    1992

    Ethical Considerations of Information Professionals by Thomas J. Froehlich. Annual Review of Information Science and Technology (ARIST) Martha E. Williams ed. 1992, Vol. 27, 291-324.

    1991

    Intellectual Freedom by Diana Woodward, Guest editor. Library Trends. 1990 Summer/Fall; 39 (1 & 2), 1-185.


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    Proceedings Online

    Last Update: October 27, 2015

    The proceedings of the international ICIE Symposium 2004 "Localizing the Internet. Ethical Issues in Intercultural Perspective" are available at the International Review of Information Ethics (IRIE)

    ETHICOMP Series: 1995-2015

    UNESCO: INFOethics 2000 Right to Universal Access to Information in the 21st Century. Paris, 13-15 November 2000.

    UNESCO: INFOethics'98 Ethical, Legal and Societal Challenges of Cyberspace. Second International Congress. Principality of Monaco, 1-3 October 1998.


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    Bibliography

    Last Update: March 14, 2016

    ICIE Series / Schriftenreihe des ICIE

    Fink Verlag Munich edited by Rafael Capurro and Thomas Hausmanninger.

    Books

    This is a selection of books on information ethics and related topics. New items are welcome.

    Basic Works

    Africa Reader on Information Ethics edidted by R. Capurro, J.J. Britz, T.J.D. Bothma, and B.C. Bester, University of Pretoria 2007, first printed edition 2012.

    Computer Ethics by Deborah G. Johnson and Keith W. Miller, Upper Saddle River, NJ 2009, 4th ed.

    Digital Media Ethics by Charles Ess, Polity Books, UK 2009.

    Digital Whoness: Identity, Privacy and Freedom in the Cyberworld by Rafael Capurro, Michael Eldred and Daniel Nagel, Frankfurt 2013.

    Ethical Impact of Technological Advancements and Applications in Society edited by Rocci Luppicini, University of Ottawa 2012.

    Ethics and Technology: Controversies, Questions, and Strategies in Ethical Computing by Herman T. Tavani, New York 2013 (4th ed.).

    Handbuch Medien- und Informationsethik edited by Jessica Heesen (Stuttgart 2016)

    Handbook of Ethics, Values, and Technological Design Sources, Theory, Values and Application Domains edited by Jeroen van den Hoven, Pieter Vermaas and Ibo van de Poel (The Netherlands 2017).

    Information Technology and Moral Philosophy edited by Jeroen van den Hoven and John Weckert (Cambridge 2008)

    Information Technology Ethics: Cultural Perspectives edited by Soraj Hongladarom and Charles Ess, Hershey, Pennsylvania 2007.

    Privacy in Context. Technology, Policy, and the Integrity of Social Life by Helen Nissenbaum, Stanford: Stanford University Press 2010.

    Social Media. A critical introduction by Christian Fuchs, London 2014.

    The Cambridge Handbook of Information and Computer Ethics edited by Luciano Floridi, Cambridge 2010.

    The Ethics of Information by Luciano Floridi, Oxford 2013.

    The Handbook of Information and Computer Ethics edited by Kenneth Einar Himma and Herman T. Tavani, New Jersey 2008.

    List of Books by Publication Date

    2017 - 2000 | 1999 - 1995 | until 1994

    2017

    ICIL 2016 7th International Conference on Information Law and Ethics. Broadening the Horizons of Information Law and Ethics. A Time of Inclusion edited by Maria Bottis and Eugenia Alexandropoulou, Thessaloniki: The University of Macedonia Press 2017.

    Handbook of Ethics, Values, and Technological Design Sources, Theory, Values and Application Domains edited by Jeroen van den Hoven, Pieter Vermaas and Ibo van de Poel, The Netherlands 2017.

    2016

    300 Keywords Informationsethik by Oliver Bendel, Heidelberg 2016.

    Activismo político en tiempos de internet edited by Bernardo Sorj and Sergio Fausto, São Paulo 2016.

    An Introduction to Robophilosophy by Spyros G. Tzafestas, Delft 2016.

    Die Moral in der Maschine by Oliver Bendel, Munich 2016.

    Drohnen. Chancen und Gefahren einer neuen Technik by Kai Biermann and Thomas Wiegold, Bonn 2016.

    Ethical IT Innovation: A Value-Based System Design Approach by Sarah Spiekermann, Florida 2016.

    Facebook-Gesellschaft by Roberto Simanowski, Berlin 2016.

    Handbuch Medien- und Informationsethik by Jessica Heesen (ed.) (Stuttgart 2016)

    Healthcare Robots. Ethics, Design and Implementation by Aimee von Wynsberghe, London and New York 2016.

    Overcoming Information Poverty by Anthony Mckeown, Amsterdam 2016.

    Reading Marx in the Information Age. A Media and Communication Studies Perspective on Capital Volume 1 by Christian Fuchs, London 2016.

    Security for the Digital World Within an Ethical Framework - Digital Enlightenment Series Vol 1 edited by Digital Enlightenment Forum 2016.

    2015

    After Capitalism: Cyborgism. A Contribution to a Critique of Historical Materialism by Fernando Flores Morador, Lund 2015.

    Culture and Economy in the Age of Social Media by Christian Fuchs, London 2015.

    Data and Goliath by Bruce Schneier, New York 2015.

    Ethical IT Innovation. A Value-Based System Design Approach by Sarah Spiekermann, London 2015.

    Global Hack by Marc Goodman, Munich 2015

    Jahrbuch für Recht und Ethik - Annual Review of Law and Ethics edited by Joachim Hruschka and Jan C. Joerden, Berlin 2015.

    L’Art de la révolte. Snowden, Assange, Manning by Geoffroy de Lagasnerie, Paris 2015.

    Obfuscation. A User's Guide for Privacy and Protest by Finn Brunton and Helen Nissenbaum, The MIT Press 2015.

    Roboethics: A Navigating Overview by Spyros Tzafestas, Heidelberg 2015.

    Smart Cities in Cyberwar by Florian Rötzer, Frankfurt am Main 2015.

    Surveillance in Europe edited by David Wright and Reinhard Kreissl, Oxford 2015.

    The Good Life in Asia's Digital 21st Century by the Digial Asia Hub, 2015.

    The Onlife Manifesto. Being Human in a Hyperconnected Era ed. by Luciano Floridi, Heidelberg 2015.

    2014

    Critical Theory and the Digital by David M. Berry, New York 2014.

    Critique, Social Media and the Information Society edited by Christian Fuchs and Marisol Sandoval, London 2014.

    Curriculum to teach Information Ethics at universities in Africa by Beverley Malan and Coetzee Bester, Pretoria 2014.

    Data Love by Roberto Simanowski, Berlin 2014.

    Datenflut und Informationskanäle edited by Heike Ortner, Daniel Pfurtscheller, Michaela Rizzolli and Andreas Wiesinger, Innsbruck 2014.

    Digital Enlighthenment Yearbook 2014 edited by Kieron O'Hara, M-H. Carolyn Nguyen, Peter Haynes, Amsterdam 2014.

    Digital Labour and Karl Marx by Christian Fuchs, London 2014.

    Digital Solidarity by Felix Stalder, PML Books 2014.

    Etica multicultural y sociedad en red ed. by Luis Germán Rodríguez L. and Miguel Ángel Pérez Álvarez, Madrid 2014.

    Expulsions: Brutality and Complexity in the Global Economy by Saskia Sassen, Cambridge 2014.

    Gesellschaftliche Verantwortung in der digital vernetzten Welt ed. by Peter Bittner, Stefan Hügel, Hans-Jörg Kreowski, Dietrich Meyer-Ebrecht and Britta Schinzel, Münster 2014.

    Implicações éticas da "virada informacional na filosofia" by João Antonio de Moraes, Minas Gerais 2014.

    Information Ethics. Reflection and Practice by David McMenemy, London 2014.

    It's Complicated: The Social Lives of Networked Teens by danah boyd, Yale University Press 2014.

    Labor in the Global Digital Economy. The Cytertariat Comes of Age by Ursula Huws, New York 2014.

    Le délire occidental: et ses effets actuels dans la vie quotidienne: Travail, loisir, amour by Dany-Robert Dufour, Paris 2014.

    Man as Media. The Emancipation of Authorship by Andrey Miroshnichenko, Moscow 2014.

    OccupyMedia! The Occupy Movement and Social Media in Crisis Capitalism by Christian Fuchs, London 2014.

    Politics and the Internet edited by William H. Dutton, New York 2014.

    Post- and Transhumansm. An Introduction edited by Robert Ranisch and Stefan Lorenz Sorgner. Frankfurt am Main 2014.

    Privacy, Big Data, and the Public Good: Frameworks for Engagement edited by Julia Lane, Victoria Stodden, Stefan Bender, and Helen Nissenbaum, Cambridge University Press, 2014.

    Social Media. A critical introduction by Christian Fuchs. London 2014.

    Social Media, Politics and the State. Protests, Revolutions, Riots, Crime and Policing in the Age of Facebook, Twitter and YouTube edited by Daniel Trottier and Christian Fuchs, London 2014.

    Society and the Internet: How Networks of Information and Communication are Changing our Lives edited by M. Graham and William H. Dutton, Oxford 2014

    The Second Machine Age by Erik Brynjolfsson and Andrew McAfee, New York 2014.

    The Ethics of Information Warfare ed. by Luciano Floridi and Mariarosaria Taddeo. Heidelberg 2014.

    Überwachtes Netz. Edward Snowden und der größte Überwachungsskandal der Geschichte ed. by Markus Neckedahl and Andre Meister. Berlin 2014.

    Überwiegend Neuland. Positionsbestimmungen der Wissenschaft zur Gestaltung der Informationsgeseellschaft edited by Dieter Klumpp, Klaus Lenk and Günter Koch, Berlin 2014.

    Values at play in digital games by Mary Flanagan and Hellen Nissenbaum, The MIT Press, Cambridge, MA, 2014.

    Wovon – für wen – wozu? Systemdenken wider die Diktatur der Daten – Wilhelm Steinmüller zum Gedächtnis ed. by Hansjürgen Garstka and Wolfgang Coy, Berlin 2014.

    2013

    Concepts in Information Ethics. An Introductory workbook edited by Candice le Sueur, Erin Hommes and Coetzee Bester, Pretoria 2013.

    Digital Whoness: Identity, Privacy and Freedom in the Cyberworld by Rafael Capurro, Michael Eldred and Daniel Nagel, Frankfurt 2013.

    Digitale Rationalität und das Ende des kommunikativen Handelns by Byung-Chul Han, Berlin 2013.

    Ego: Das Spiel des Lebens by Frank Schirrmacher (München 2013).

    Emerging Pervasive Information and Communication Technologies (PICT): Ethical Challenges, Opportunities and Safeguards by Kenneth D. Pimple (ed.), Berlin 2013.

    Ethical and Societal Challenges of the Information Society Background report prepared for the WSIS+10 Review Meeting, Action Line C10 by S. Romi Mukherjee, UNESCO, Paris 2013.

    Ethics and Technology: Controversies, Questions, and Strategies in Ethical Computing by Herman T. Tavani, New York 2013 (4th ed.).

    Honorary volume for Evi Laskari. Texts and articles from the 5th International Conference on Information Law (ICIL 2012) ed. by Maria Bottis, Athens 2013.

    Information Ethics in Africa: Cross-cutting Themes edited by Dennis Ocholla, Johannes Britz, Rafael Capurro and Coetzee Bester, Pretoria 2013.

    Present Shock. When Everything Happens Now by Douglas Rushkoff, New York 2013.

    Robotopia Nipponica. Recherchen zur Akzeptanz von Robotern in Japan by Cosima Wagner, Marburg 2013.

    Robots are People Too by John Frank Weaver, Santa Barbara, California 2013.

    The Human Face of Big Data edited by Rick Smolan and Jennifer Erwitt, New York 2013.

    The Ethics of Information by Luciano Floridi, Oxford 2013.

    The Quest for Information Ethics and Roboethics in East and West ed. by Makoto Nakada and Rafael Capurro, University of Tsukuba (Research Report ISSN 2187-6061), Japan 2013.

    The Oxford Handbook of Internet Studies edited by William H. Dutton, Oxford 2013.

    To Save Everything: Click here by Evgeny Morozov, Philadelphia, PA, 2013.

    Who owns the future? by Jaron Lanier, New York 2013.

    2012

    Africa Reader on Information Ethics ed. by R. Capurro, J.J. Britz, T.J.D. Bothma, and B.C. Bester, University of Pretoria 2007, first printed edition 2012.

    Aportes para el Gobierno Abierto y la entrega de servicios Experiencias canadienses by Ester Kaufman, Buenos Aires 2012.

    Die stille Revolution: Wie Algorithmen Wissen, Arbeit, Öffentlichkeit und Politik verändern, ohne dabei viel Lärm zu machen by Mercedes Bunz, Berlin 2012.

    Digital Ethics. Research & Practice ed. by Don Heider and Adrienne L. Massanari, New York 2012.

    Ethical Impact of Technological Advancements and Applications in Society by Rocci Luppicini (ed.), University of Ottawa 2012.

    Ethics of information and communication technologies by Maurizio Salvi (Chief Editor), Brussels 2012.

    Foundations of Critical Media and Information Studies by Christian Fuchs, London 2012.

    Information Ethics: The Future of the Humanities by Toru Nishigaki and Tadashi Takenouchi (eds.), Nagoya City 2012.

    Informationsgerechtigkeit. Theorie und Praxis der Informationsversorgung ed. by André Schüller-Zwierlein and Nicole Zillien, Berlin 2012.

    I Know Who You Are and I Saw What You Did: Social Networks and the Death of Privacy by Lori Andrews, New York 2012.

    Internet and Surveillance. The Challenges of Web 2.0 and Social Media edited by Christian Fuchs, Kees Boersma, Anders Albrechtslund,and Marisol Sandoval, London 2014.

    Internet Privacy by Johannes Buchmann (ed.), Berlin 2012.

    Internet and Suveillance. The Challenges of Web 2.0 and Social Media ed. by Christian Fuchs, Kees Boersma, Anders Albrechtslund and Marisol Sandoval, New York 2012.

    Kriegsmaschinen - Roboter im Militäreinsatz by Hans-Arthur Marsiske (ed.), Hannover 2012.

    Mensch-Roboter-Interaktionen aus interkultureller Perspektive ed. by Japanisch Deutsches Zentrum Berlin, Berlin 2011.

    Misbehavior Online in Higher Education by Laura Wankel and Charles Wankel (Eds.), London 2012.

    Normative Experience in Internet Politics by Françoise Massit-Folléa, Cécile Méadel and Laurence Monoyer-Smith, Paris 2012.

    Per Anhalter durch die Turing-Galaxis ed. by Andrea Knaut, Christian Kühne, Constanze Kurz, Jörg Pohle, Rainer Rehak and Stefan Ulrich. Berlin 2012.

    Robo- and Informationethics. Some Fundamentals ed. by Michael Decker and Mathias Gutmann, Berlin 2012.

    Robot Ethics. The Ethical and Social Implications of Robotics by Patrick Lin, Keith Abney and George A. Bekey (eds.), The MIT Press 2012.

    Schöne neue Kommunikationswelt oder Ende der Privatheit? by Petra Grimm and Oliver Zöllner (Eds.), Stuttgart 2012.

    Trabalho com Informação by Marcos Dantas, Rio de Janeiro 2012. (pdf)

    2011

    L'Écran global: Cinéma et culture-média à l'âge hypermoderne by Gilles Lipovetsky et Jean Serroy (Paris 2011).

    Foundations of Critical Media and Information Studies by Christian Fuchs, New York 2011.

    Regards croisés sur l'internet ed. by Éric Guichard, Lyon 2011.

    The Handbook of Global Communication and Media Ethics ed. by Robert S. Fortner and P. Mark Fackler (London 2011)(

    The Net Delusion: The Dark Side of Internet Freedom by Evgeny Morozov, Philadelphia, PA, 2011.

    Trust and Virtual Worlds ed. by Charles Ess and May Thorseth, Peter Lang 2011.

    2010

    Ethical and Social Issues in the Information Age by Joseph Migga Kizza (London 2010, fourth ed.)

    Media and New Capitalism in the Digital Age by Eran Fischer, Palgrave 2010.

    The Cambridge Handbook of Information and Computer Ethics by Luciano Floridi (Ed.) (Cambridge University Press 2010).

    Handbuch Medienethik by Carsten Brosda and Christan Schicha (eds.), Wiesbaden 2010.

    Information Technology and the Ethics of Globalisation: Transnational Issues and Implications by Robert A. Schultz, Hershey PA, 2010.

    L'Occident mondialisé: Controverse sur la culture planétaire by Gilles Lipovetsky and Hervé Juvin, Paris 2010.

    Privacy in Context. Technology, Policy, and the Integrity of Social Life by Helen Nissenbaum, Stanford: Stanford University Press 2010.

    Technoethics and the Evolving Knowledge Society: Ethical Issues in Technological Design, Research, Development, and Innovation by Rocci Luppicini (Hershey PA, 2010).

    The Design Turn in Applied Ethics by J. van den Hoven, S. Miller and T. Pogge (Eds.) (Cambridge 2010).

    The Master Switch: The Rise and Fall of Information Empires by Tim Wu, New York 2010).

    Your Are Not a Gadget. A Manifesto. by Jaron Lanier (New York 2010).

    2009

    BruchStücke edited by Peter Fleissner and Natascha Wanek. (Berlin 2009).

    Case Studies in Library and Information Science Ethics by Elizabeth A. Buchanan and Kathrine A. Henderson, Jefferson (North Carolina 2009)

    Communication Power by Manuel Castells (Oxford University Press 2009)

    Computer Ethics by Deborah G. Johnson and Keith W. Miller (Upper Saddle River, NJ 2009, 4th ed.)

    Critique de la société de l'information edited by Jean-Paul Lafrance, Paris 2009.

    Digital Media Ethics by Charles Ess (Polity Books, UK 2009).

    Ethics and Robotics edited by Rafael Capurro and Michael Nagenborg (Heidelberg 2009).

    Ethik als Wettbewerbsfaktor. Wirtschaftsethische Potenziale im Unternehmen von Nadine Westphal (Münster 2009).

    Gewissensbisse: Ethische Probleme der Informatik. Biometrie - Datenschutz - geistiges Eigentum edited by Debora Weber-Wulff, Christina Class, Wolfgang Coy, Constanze Kurz and David Zellhöfer (Bielefeld 2009).

    Handbook of Research on Social and Organizational Liabilities ind Information Security by Manish Gupta (Hershey PA, 2009).

    Innovative Automatic Identification and Location-Based Services: From Bar Codes to Chip Implants by Katina Michael and M.G. Michael (Hershey PA, 2009).

    Internetökonomie und Ethik edited by Detlef Aufderheide and Martin Dabrowski (Berlin 2009)

    Social Semantic Web / Web 2.0 - was nun? edited by Andreas Blumauer and Tassilo Pellegrini (Berlin and Heidelberg 2009).

    Techniques and Applications for Advanced Information Privacy and Security: Emerging Organizational, Ethical, and Human Issues by Hamid R. Nemati (Hershey PA, 2009).

    The Cultural Logic of Computation by David Golumbia (Cambridge, MA 2009).

    The Ethics of Internet Research by James E. Porter and Heidi A. McKee (New York 2009).

    The Handbook of Mass Media Ethics ed. by Lee Wilkins and C.G. Christians (New York 2009).

    2008

    An ethics trajectory: Visions of the Media Past, Present, and Yet to Come ed. by T.W. Cooper, C.G. Christians and A.S. Babbili (Urbana 2008).

    Combating Student Plagarism. An academic librarian's guide by Lynn D. Lampert (Oxford 2008).

    Computer Ethics: A Case-Based Approach by R. N. Barger (New York 2008).

    Cyber Warfare and Cyber Terrorism by Lech J. Janczewski and Andrew M. Colarik (Hershey PA 2008)

    Digital Rights Management. A librarian's guide to technology and practice by Grace Agnew (Oxford 2008).

    Der infogene Mensch. Entwurf einer Anthropolobie by Manfred Faßler (Munich 2008).

    Encyclopedia of Information Ethics and Security edited by Marian Quingley (Hershey, PA 2008).

    Enhancing Me: The Hope and the Hype of Human Enhancement by Pete Moore (New Jersey 2008).

    Etica del virtuale edited by Adriano Fabris (Milano 2008).

    The European Support Centre of the Club of Rome has organized in co-operation with ICIE and the German EU Presidency a symposium "Leben im Cyberspace - Die Bildung von Sozialkapital in virtuellen Welten". The proceedings are available on the website. Printed copies can be ordered via the following address: Dr. Thomas Schauer, Director The Club of Rome - European Support Centre, Tuchlauben 8 - 15, 1010 Vienna, Austria.

    Global Information Inequalities. Bridging the information gap by Deborah H. Charbonneau (Oxford 2008).

    Including Seniors in the Information Society. 28 World Leading Expert Talks on Privacy, Ethics, Technology and Aging by Emilio Mordini and Stacey Mannari (eds.) (Rome 2008)

    Information Technology and Moral Philosophy by Jeroen van den Hoven and John Weckert (Eds.) (Cambridge 2008)

    Information Systems: Critical Perspectives by Bernd Stahl (London 2008)

    Internet and Society: Social Theory in the Information Age by Christian Fuchs (New York 2008)

    Medienethik und Netzkommunikation by Jessica Heesen (Frankfurt am Main 2008).

    Moral Machines: Teaching Robots Right from Wrong by W. Wallach and C. Allen (New York 2008).

    The Handbook of Information and Computer Ethics by Kenneth E. Himma and Herman T. Tavani (Eds.) (New Jersey 2008).

    The Making of a Cybertariat. Virtual work in a real world by Ursula Huws (New York 2008).

    2007

    A Handbook of Ethical Practice. A practical guide to dealing with ethical issues in information and library world by David McMenemy, Alan Poulter and Paul F. Burton (Oxford 2007).

    Assessing Societal Implications of Converging Technological Development edited by Gerhard Banse, Armin Grunwald, Imre Hronszky, Gordon Nelson (Berlin 2007).

    CEH: Official Certified Ethical Hacker Review Guide: Exam 312-50 by Kimberley Graves (New Jersey 2007)

    Computer Ethics: A Global Perspective by Giannis Stamatellos (Sudbury, MA 2007).

    Computer Ethics (The International Library of Essays in Public and Professional Ethics) by John Weckert (Ashgate 2007).

    Computerspiele und Politik - Zur Konstruktion von Politik und Gesellschaft in Computerspielen edited by Tobias Bevc (Berlin 2007).

    Cybersins and Digital Good Deeds: A Book about Technology and Ethics by Mary Ann Bell, Bobby Ezell and James L. Van Roekel (Haworth Pr. 2007).

    Dilemmas of Privacy and Surveillance - Challenges of Technological Change published by The Royal Academy of Engineering (UK) (download as PDF free of charge)

    Encyclopedia of Information Ethics and Security edited by Marian Quigley (IGI Global 2007)

    Environment and Planning B: Planning and Design - Theme issue: Space, sociality, and pervasive computing (free of charge)

    Ethical Implications of Emerging Technologies (PDF) prepared by Mary Rundle and Chris Conley / Geneva Net Dialogue, Paris: UNESCO 2007.

    Ethics, Accountability, and Recordkeeping in a Dangerous World by Richard Cox (New York 2007).

    Ethics of Computing: Codes, spaces for discussion and law, IFIP (Internat. Fed. of Inf.Processing) by Jacques Berleur and Klaus Brunstein (Berlin 2007).

    Ética y Deontología Informática by Porfirio Barroso Asenjo (Ed. Fragua, Madrid 2007).

    Gender Designs IT. Construction and Deconstruction of Information Society Technology. Studien interdisziplinärer Geschlechterforschung ed. by Isabel Zorn, Jutta Weber and Corina Bath, Wiesbaden 2007.

    The History of Information Security. A Comprehensive Handbook edited by Karl de Leeuw and Jan Bergstra (Amsterdam etc. 2007)

    Hito to kikai no aida (Between Human and Machine) ed. by Michitaka Hirose (Tokyo 2007)

    ICTs and Society: The Salzburg Approach. Towards a Theory for, about, and my means of the Information Society by Wolfgang Hofkirchner, Christian Fuchs, Celina Raffl, Matthias Schafranek, Marisol Sandoval and Robert Bichler (Salzburg 2007)

    Information Security and Ethics: Concepts, Methodologies, Tools and Applications by Hamid Nemati (Ed.), 6 vol. (Idea Group Publ. 2007).

    Information Technology Ethics: Cultural Perspectives by Soraj Hongladarom and Charles Ess (Eds.) (Hershey, Pennsylvania 2007).

    Intellectual Property and the Work of Information Professionals by Helen Raduntz (Oxford 2007).

    Internet and Society: Social Theory in the Information Age by Christian Fuchs (New York 2007)

    El (involuntario) rol social de los cibercafés by Susana Finquelievich and Alejandro Prince. (Book as PDF)

    Librarianship and Human Rights: A 21st Century Guide by Toni Samek (Oxford 2007) - Please, consult www.trea.es for the Spanish translation of the book. Search for the author’s name and click "ver ficha".

    Pandora's Box. Social and Professional Issues of the Information Age by Andrew A. Adams and Rachel McCrindle (New Jersey 2007).

    Risks, Controls, and Security: Concepts and Applications by Vasant Raval and Ashok Fichadia (New Jersey 2007)

    Social Responsibility and the Role of the Public Library by James Henri and Sandra Lee (Oxford 2007)

    The History of Information Security. A Comprehensive Handbook edited by Karl de Leeuw and Jan Bergstra (Amsterdam 2007)

    The information society: innovation, legitimacy, ethics and democracy edited by Philippe Goujon, Sylvain Lavelle, Penny Duquenoy, Kai Kimpa and Veronique Laurent (Springer 2007)

    2006

    An Ethical Practice Handbook: A Practical Guide to Dealing With Ethical Issues in Information and Library Work by David McMenemy and Paul F. Burton (Oxford 2006)

    A Report on the Surveillance Society for the Information Commissioner by the Surveillance Studies Network (2006).

    Burning Books and Leveling Libraries: Extremist Violence and Cultural Destruction by Rebecca Knuth (Westport, CT)

    Clash of Realities - Computerspiele und soziale Wirklichkeit - Edited by Winfred Kaminski and Martin Lorber (Munich 2006).

    Code: Version 2.0 by Lawrence Lessig (New York 2006).

    Computer Network Security and Cyber Ethics by Joseph Migga Kizza (McFarland 2006, 2nd. Ed.).

    Contemporary issues in ethics and information technology by Robert A. Schultz (Hershey, PA 2006)

    Ethical Decision Making for Digital Libraries by Cokie G. Anderson (Oxford 2006)

    Ethics, Accountability and recordkeeping in a dangerous world by R.J. Cox (London 2006).

    Ethics, Computing, and Genomics by Herman T. Tavani (Boston 2006)

    Etica della comunicazione by Adriano Fabris (Roma 2006)

    Human Rights in the Global Information Society by Rikke Frank Jørgensen (Ed.) (The MIT Press 2006)

    ICT and Privacy in Europe - Experiences from technology assessment of ICT and Privacy in seven different European countries, EPTA (European Parliamentary Technology Assissment) Report (pdf) (October 16 2006).

    Information Communication Technologies and Human Development: Opportunities and Challenges by Mila Gasco-Hernandez, Fran Equiza-Lopez, Manuel Acevedo-Ruiz (Catalonia 2006).

    IEEE Computer Society Real-World Software Engineering Problems: A Self-Study Guide for Today's Software Professional by J. Fernando Naveda and Stephen B. Seidman (New Jersey 2006).

    Information Ethics and the Law by M. F. Ackermann and Hannes Britz (Van Schaik 2006)

    Information is an alienated expense by Jaron Lanier (New York 2006).

    Islamisches Bilderverbot vom Mittel- bis ins Digitalzeitalter by Almir Ibric (Wien 2006)

    IT Security and Risk Management by Jill Slay and Andy Koronios (New Jersey 2006).

    Kritische Medien-Wahrnehmung: Grundlegung einer praktischen Medien-Ethik by Philip Scherenberg (Münster 2006).

    Librarianship and Human Rights: A 21st Century Guide by Toni Samek (Oxford 2006).

    Territory, Authority, Rights: From Medieval to Global Assemblages by Saskia Sassen (Princeton 2006).

    The Governance of Privacy. Policy Instruments in Global Perspective - by Colin Bennett and Charles Raab. (London 2006)

    The Digital Person: Technology and Privacy in the Information Age by Daniel J. Solove (New York 2006)

    The Power of Knowledge: Ethical, legal and technological aspects of data mining and group profiling in epidemiology by B. Custer (Nijmegen 2006).

    Who Controls the Internet? Illusions of a Borderless World. by Jack L. Goldsmith and Tim Wu (New York 2006).

    Zuviel Wissen? Zur Wertschätzung von Arbeit und Wissen in der Moderne by Manfred Füllsack (Berlin 2006).

    2005

    Computer-Based Testing and the Internet: Issues and Advances by David Bartram and Ron Hambleton (Eds.) (New Jersey 2005)

    Contemporary Issues in Ethics and Information Technology by Robert A. Schultz (Portland, OR 2005)

    Das Private unter den Rahmenbedingungen der IuK-Technologie. Ein Beitrag zur Informationsethik by Michael Nagenborg (Wiesbaden 2005)

    Das Recht auf Informationszugang by Karsten Weber (Berlin 2005)

    Die Google-Gesellschaft. Vom digitalen Wandel des Wissens by Kai Lehmann and Michael Schetsche (Eds.) (Berlin 2005)

    Ethics Across Cultures with PowerWeb Ethics by Michael C. Brannigan (New York 2005)

    Ethics, Computing, and Genomics: Moral Controversies in Computational Genomics by Herman T. Tavani (Ed.) (Sudbury, MA 2005)

    Ehics for the Information Age by Michael J. Quinn (2nd. Ed.)(Addison-Wesley 2005)

    Ethics of New Information Technology. Proceedings of the Sixth International Conference of Computer Ethics: Philosophical Enquiry (CEPE2005) Philip Brey, Frances Grodzinsky, Lucas Introna (Eds.) (Enschede 2005)

    Ethik der Informationsgesellschaft by Martin Woesler (Ed.). (Bochum 2005)

    Gender, Ethics and Information Technology by A. Adam (Houndmills, Basingstok 2005)

    Information Ethics: Privacy, Property, and Power by Adam Moore (Ed.) (University of Washington Press 2005)

    Information Ethics: Privacy and Intellectual Property by Lee Freeman and A. Graham Peace (Eds.) (London 2005)

    Informationsgesellschaft. Geschichten und Wirklichkeit. Société de l'information. Récits et réalité by Gérald Berthoud, Albert Kündig and Beat Sitter-Liver (Eds.) (Fribourg 2005)

    Intellectual Property Rights in a Networked World: Theory and Practice by Herman T. Tavani and Richard Spinello (Hershey, PA 2005)

    Les machines apprivoisées. Comprendre les robots de loisir by Frédéric Kaplan (Paris 2005)

    Passions in Economy, Politics, and the Media: In Discussion with Christian Theology by Wolfgang Palaver and Petra Steinmair-Poesel (Eds.) (Münster 2005)

    Perspectives and Policies on ICT and Society: An IFIP Tc9 (Computers and Society) Handbook by Jacques Berleur and Chrisanthi Avgerou (Berlin 2005).

    Robotto wa ningen ni nareruka (Can a Robot become a Human being?) by Tadashi Nagata (Tokyo 2005).

    The Impact of the Internet on Our Moral Lives by Robert J. Cavalier (Ed.) (Albany 2005)

    Technology in a Multicultural and Global Society by May Thorseth and Charles Ess (Eds.) (Trondheim 2005)

    2004

    A Hacker Manifesto by McKenzie Wark (Cambridge, MA, and London, England 2004)

    Community in the Digital Age: Philosophy and Practice by Andrew Feenberg and Darin Barney (Eds.) (Lanham 2004)

    Computer Ethics and Professional Responsibility: Introductory Text and Readings by Terrell Ward Bynum and Simon Rogerson (Oxford 2004)

    Cultural Attitudes Towards Technology and Communication by Fay Sudweeks and Charles Ess (Eds.) (Murdoch University, Australia 2004)

    CybeMedienWirklichkeit. Virtuelle Welterschließungen by Goedart Palm (Hannover 2004)

    Cyberstalking: Harassment in the Internet age and how to protect your family by P. Bocij (Westpport, CT).

    Deflating Information. From Science Studies to Documentation by Bernd Frohmann (University of Toronto Press 2004)

    Democracy and New Media by Henry Jenkins and David Thorburg (Eds.) (Cambridge, MA 2004)

    Ethics and the Internet in West Africa. Toward an Ethical Model of Integration by Patrick Brunet, Oumarou Tiemtoré, and Marie-Claude Vettraino-Soulard (Africa World Press/IDRC 2004)

    Ethics and Technology: Ethical Issues in an Age of Information and Communication Technology by Herman T. Tavani (Hoboken, NJ 2004)

    Ethique et Communication by Denis Benoit (Ed.) (Paris 2004)

    Etica della comunicazione interculturale by Adriano Fabris (Lugano 2004)

    Globalization, Technology and Philosophy by David Tabachnick and Toivo Koivukosky (Eds.) (SUNY 2004)

    Information Ethics in the Electronic Age. Current Issues in Africa and the World by Tom Mendina and Johannes J. Britz (Eds.) (Jefferson NC 2004)

    Information Ethics: Privacy and Intellectual Property by Graham Peace (Inf. Science Publ. 2004).

    Information Security and Ethics: Social and Organizational Issues by Marian Quigley (Hershey, PA 2004)

    Informationsethik by Rainer Kuhlen (Konstanz 2004)

    Internet als politische Kommunikationsplattform in Palästina. Hamburger Beiträge: Medien und politische Kommunikation. Naher Osten und islamische Welt, Bd. 8 by Peter Schäfer (Hamburg 2004)

    Media Ethics and Social Change: Theory and Practice by Valeria Alia (Edinburgh 2004).

    Modernity and Technology by Thomas J. Misa, Philip Brey, and Andrew Feenberg (Eds.) (Cambridge, MA 2004)

    Multitude: War and Democracy in the Age of Empire by M. Hardt and A. Negri (New York 2004)

    Network Cultures by T. Terranova (London 2004)

    Readings in Cyberethics by Herman Tavani and Richard A. Spinello (Sudbury, MA 2004) (Second Ed.)

    Readings in Virtual Research Ethics: Issues and Controversies by Elizabeth A. Buchanan (Ed.) (Hershey, PA 2004)

    Responsible Management of Information Systems by Bernd Stahl (Hershey, PA 2004)

    Social, Ethical and Policy Implications of Information Technology by Linda L. Brennan and Victoria Johnson (Hershey, PA 2004)

    The Internet and our Moral Lives by Robert Cavalier (Ed.) (Albany 2004)

    Vernetzt gespalten. Der Digital Divide in ethischer Perspektive by Rupert M. Scheule, Rafael Capurro, Thomas Hausmanninger (Eds.), Schriftenreihe des ICIE, Band 3(Munich 2004)

    Vernetztes Wissen. Philosophie im Zeitalter des Internets by Kristóf Nyíri (Vienna 2004)

    2003

    A Gift of Fire: Social, Legal, and Ethical Issues in Computing by Sara Baase (2nd. Edition, Prentice Hall 2003)

    Applied Ethics in Internet Research by May Thorseth (Ed.)(Trondheim 2003)

    Black Ice: The Invisible Threat of Cyber-Terrorism by D.Verton (New York 2003).

    Case Studies in Information Technology Ethics and Policy by Richard A. Spinello (2nd. edn. Upper Saddle River, NJ 2003)

    CyberEthics: Morality and Law in Cyberspace by Richard A. Spinello (2nd edn. Sudbury, MA 2003)

    Cyborg by Kevin Warwick (Champaign, IL 2004).

    Computer Ethics and Professional Responsibility by Terell Ward Bynum and Simon Rogerson(Eds.) (Oxford 2003)

    Computers in Society by Kathryn Schellenberg (Ed.) (9th edn., Dushkin/McGraw Hill 2003)

    Computer und Ethik statt Computerethik by Antonia Kastendiek (Münster 2003)

    Computing Information Technology: The Human Side by Steven Gordon (Hershey, PA 2003)

    Connected, or what it means to live in a networked society by Steven Shaviro (Minneapolis 2003)

    Core Concepts of Information Technology Auditing by James E. Hunton, Stephanie M. Bryant and Nancy A. Bagranoff (New Jersey 2003).

    Current Security Management & Ethical Issues of Information Technology by Rasool Azari (Hershey, PA 2003)

    Dark Fiber: Tricking Critical Internet Culture by Geert Lovink (MIT Press 2003)

    Digital Soul: Intelligent Machines and Human Values by Thomas M. Georges (Boulder, CO 2003)

    Dismantling the Public Sphere: Situating and Sustaining Librarianship in the Age of the New Public Philosophy by John E. Buschman (Connecticut 2003)

    Ethics and Electronic Information: A Festschrift for Stephen Almagno ed. by Barbara Rockenbach and Tom Mendina (Jefferson, NC 2003)

    Ethics in Information Technology by George W. Reynolds (Thomson Learning 2003).

    Ethics of Information Technology and Business by Richard T. De George (Blackwell 2003)

    Ethik im Netz by Rafael Capurro (Stuttgart 2003)

    Gleichheit & Vielfalt im Informationszeitalter by Thomas Schauer and Franz Josef Radermacher (Ulm 2003)

    Handeln im Netz. Bereichsethiken und Jugendschutz im Internet by Thomas Hausmanninger (Ed.) (Munich 2003)

    Hold Paramaount: The Engineer's Responsibility to Society by Alastair S. Gunn and P. Aaarne Vesiland (Brooks/Cole-Thompson Learning 2003)

    Image Ethics in the Digital Age by Larry P. Gross, John Stuart Katz and Jay Ruby (Eds.) (University of Minnesota Press, 2003)

    Kommunikations- und Medienethik. Grundlagen - Ansätze - Anwendungen by Bernhard Debatin, Rüdiger Funiok (Eds.) (Konstanz 2003)

    Medienethik. Ein Arbeitsbuch by Andreas Greis, Gerfried W. Hunold and Klaus Koziol (Eds.) (Tübingen/Basel 2003)

    My First Recession. Critical Internet Culture in Transition by Geert Lovink (Amsterdam 2003)

    New Perspectives on the Public Private Divide by Nathalie Desrosiers (Ed.) (Vancouver 2003)

    Online Social Research: Methods, Issues, and Ethics by Mark D. Johns, Shing-Ling Sarina Chen and G. Jon Hall (Eds.) (New York 2003)

    Persuasive Technology: Using Computers to Change What We Think and Do by B.J. Frogg (San Francisco 2003)

    Readings in Virtual Research Ethics: Issues and Controversies by Elizabeth Buchanan (Ed.) (Hershey PA 2003)

    Redesigning Human Systems by Enid Mumford (Hershey, PA 2003)

    Social Consequences of Internet Use: Access, Involvement, and Interaction by James E. Katz and Ronald E. Rice (Cambridge, MA 2003)

    Socio-Technical and Human Cognition. Elements of Information Systems by Steve Clarke, Elayne Coakes, Gordon Hunter, and Andrew Wenn (Eds.) (Hershey, PA 2003)

    Technology and Social Inclusion: Rethinking the Digital Divide by Mark Warschauer (Cambridge, MA 2003)

    The Blackwell Guide to the Philosophy of Computing and Information by Luciano Floridi (Ed.) (Blackwell 2003)

    It's Alive: The Coming Convergence of Information, Biology, and Business by Chr. Meyer and Stan Davis (Texere Publishing 2003)

    The Ethics of Information Technology and Business by Richard R. DeGeorge (Blackwell 2003)

    The Expediency of Culture by G. Yudice (Durham and London 2003)

    The Impact of the Internet on Our Moral Lives by Robert Cavalier (Ed.) (SUNY 2003)

    The New Media Reader by Noah Wardrip-Fruin and Nick Montfort (Cambridge, MA 2003)

    The Sustainable Information Society. Vision and Risks by Thomas Schauer (Ulm 2003)

    Turbulente Körper und soziale Maschinen. Feministische Studien zur Technowissenschaftskultur ed. by Jutta Weber and Corinna Bath, Opladen 2003.

    Virtual Morality: Morals, Ethics and New Media by Mark J. P. Wolf (Ed.) (Peter Lang, 2003)

    Vom E-Business zur E-Society. New Economy im Wandel by Lothar Beyer, Detlev Frick, Andreas Gadatsch, Irene Maucher, Hansjürgen Paul (Eds.)(Braunschweig 2003)

    2002

    A Gift of Fire: Social, Legal, and Ethical Issues for Computers and the Internet by Sara Baase (Prentice Hall 2002)

    Allzeit zuhanden. Gemeinschaft und Erkenntnis im Mobilzeitalter by Kristóf Nyíri (Ed.) (Vienna 2002)

    Bridging the Digital Divide: Technology, Community, and Public Policy by L. Servon (Malden, MA 2002)

    Case Studies in Information Technology Ethics and Policy by Richard A. Spinello (Prentice Hall 2002)

    Communication Policy and Information Technology: Promises, Problems, Prospect by Lorrie Faith Cranor and Shane Greenstein (Eds.) (Cambridge, MA 2002)

    Computer and Information Ethics by Marsha Cook Woodbury (Champaign, IL 2002)

    Computer Ethics and Professional Responsibility by Terrell Ward Bynum, and Simon Rogerson (Oxford 2002)

    Cyberethik. Ethische Problemstellungen des Internets und Regulierungsansätze aus Sicht der Online-Nutzer by Johanna Schwenk (Munich 2002)

    Cyberphilosophy: The Intersection of Philosophy and Computing by Terrell Ward Bynum and James H. Moor (Eds.) (Malden MA, 2002)(Special issue of "Metaphilosophy 33:1/2, 2002)

    Dark Ages II: When the Digital Data Die by Bryn Bergeron (Prentice Hall 2002)

    Dark Fiber. Tracking Critical Internet Culture by Geert Lovink (The M.I.T. Press 2002)

    Dystopia. Studien zur Krisis des Wissens in der modernen Gesellschaft by Helmut Willke (Frankfurt a.M. 2002)

    Ethical and Social Issues in the Information Age by Joseph Kizza (London 2002)

    Ethical Issues of Information Systems by Ali Salehnia (Hershey PA 2002)

    Ethics and Electronic Information: A Festschrift for Stephen Almagno by Barbara Rockenbach and Tom Mendina (Eds.) (Jefferson NC 2002)

    Ethics and Information Technology. A Case-Based Approach to a Health Care System in Transition by J.G. Anderson and K. Goodman (Springer-Verlag Telos 2002)

    Ethics and Values in the Information Age by Joel Rudinow and Anthony Graybosch (Wadsworth 2002)

    Ethics in Information Technology by George Reynolds (Course Technology 2002)

    Information Technology: An Extra-Connected Community? by David Pullinger and D.J. Pullinger (Pilgrim Press 2002)

    Internet für Alle - Chance oder Zumutung? Studie des Forschungsinstituts für anwendungsorientierte Wissensverarbeitung an der Universität Ulm (FAW) by Thomas Schauer (Ulm 2002)

    Kaufen, Tauschen, Teilen. Musik im Internet by Sonja Haug and Karsten Weber(Frankfurt am Main 2002)

    Managing the Human Side of Information Technology: Challenges and Solutions by Edward J. Szewczak and Coral Snodgrass (Hershey, PA 2002)

    Managing Web Usage in the Workplace: A Social, Ethical and Legal Perspective by Murugan Anandarajan and Claire Simmers (Hershey, PA 2002)

    Media ethics: a philosophical approach by Matthew Kiernan (London 2002)

    Media ethics: issues and cases by Philip Patterson and Lee Wilkins (Boston 2002) 4th ed.

    Mediale Gewalt by Thomas Hausmanninger and Thomas Borhman (Eds.) (München 2002)

    Medien und Ethik by Matthias Karmasin (Ed.) (Stuttgart 2002)

    Minding the Machines: Preventing Technological Disasters by William M. Evan and Mark Manion (Prentice Hall 2002)

    Netocracy by Alexander Bard and Jan Soderqvist (Prentice Hall 2002)

    Netzethik. Grundlegungsfragen der Internetethik by Thomas Hausmanninger and Rafael Capurro (Eds.). Schriftenreihe des ICIE, Bd. 1 (München: Fink Verlag 2002)

    Regulating Cyberspace: The Policies and Technologies of Control by Richard A. Spinello (Westport, Conn. 2002)

    Risk Communication: A Mental Model Approach by M. Granger Morgan, Barcuh Fischhoff, Ann Bostrom, and Cynthia J. Atman (Cambridge, UK 2002)

    Ruling the Root: Internet Governance and the Taming of Cyberspace by Milton L. Mueller (Cambridge, MA 2002)

    Social Responsibility in the Information Age: Issues and Controversies by Gurpreet Dhillon (Hershey, PA 2002)

    Stufen zur Informationsgesellschaft. Festschrift zum 65. Geburtstag von Klaus Fuchs-Kittowski by Christiane Floyd, Christian Fuchs and Wolfgang Hofkirchnet (Eds.) (Frankfurt a. M. 2002)

    The Ethics of Information Technology and Business by Richard T. De George (New Jersey 2002).

    The Ethics of Librarianship: An International Survey by Robert W. Vaagan (Munich 2002)

    The Internet and Everyday Life by Barry Wellman and Caroline Haythornethwaite (Oxford 2002)

    The Labyrinths of Information: Challenging the Wisdom of Systems by Claudio Ciborra (Oxford 2002)

    The Rise of the Creative Class by R. Florida (New York 2002)

    The Social Life of Information by John Seely Brown and Paul Dugurd (Boston, MA 2002)

    The Support Economy: Why Corporations are Failing Individuals and the Next Episode of Capitalism by Shoshana Zuboff and Maxmin James (New York 2002).

    The Webblog Handbook: Practical Advice on Creating and Maintaining Your Blog. By Rebecca Blood (Perseus Books Group 2002) - including a chapter on Weblog Ethics.

    Uncanny Networks, In Dialogue with the Virtual Intelligentsia by Geert Lovink (MIT Press, 2002)

    Virtual Society? Get Real! The Social Science of Electronic Technologies by Steve Woolgar (Ed.) (Oxford 2002)

    Virtual Society? Technology, Cyberbole, Reality by Steve Woolgar (Ed.) (Oxford 2002)

    Virtue Behind the Mouse: Ethical Issues in Cyberspace by Lun Li (Nanchang, China 2002)

    Wissensarten, Wissensordnung, Wissensregime. Beiträge zum Karlsruher Ansatz der integrierten Wissensforschung by Karsten Weber, Michael Nagenborg and Helmut F. Spinner (Eds.) (Opladen 2002)

    Xin Xi Lun Li Xue (Information Ethics) by Lü Yao-huai (Changsha City, China 2002)

    2001

    An Ethical Career in Science and Technology by Scientists for Global Responsibility (Ed.) (London 2001)

    Bausteine zu einer neuen Informationsethik by Helmut F. Spinner, Michael Nagenborg, and Karsten Weber (Berlin, Wien 2001)

    Computer Ethics: Philosophical Enquiry (CEPE 2001): IT and the Body, Ruth F. Chadwick, Lucas Introna, Antonio Marturano (Eds.) (Lancaster, UK 2001)

    Continental Order?: Integrating North America for Cyber-Capitalism by Dan Schiller (Ed.)(New York 2001)

    Cooperation South by United Nations Development Programme (UNDP)(New York 2001)

    Culture, Technology, Communication: Towards an Intercultural Global Village by Charles Ess and Fay Sudweeks (Eds.) (New York 2001)

    Crypto. How the code rebels beat the government - saving privacy in the digital age by S. Levy (New York 2001)

    Cyberpl@y: Communicating Online by Brenda Danet (Oxford 2001)

    Die Medien und die Ethik. Grundzüge einer brauchbaren Medienethik by Felix Weil (München 2001)

    Digital Futures: Living in a Dot-Com World by J. Wilsdon (Ed.) (London 2001)

    Earth Summit 2002: A New Deal by F. Dodds (Ed.) (London 2001)

    Einführung in die Medienethik by Rainer Leschke (München 2001)

    Ethical Challenges in the Management of Health Information by Laurinda B. Harman (Aspen Publ. 2001).

    Ethics and Computing by Kevin Bowyer (Wiley 2001)

    Ethics and Values in the Information Age by Anthony Grybosch (Wadsworth Inc. 2001).

    Ethics and Information Technology by James G. Anderson and Kenneth W. Goodman (New York 2001)

    Ethics and the Internet by A. Vedder, Ed. (Schoten 2001)

    Ethik und Internet: Medienethische Aspekte multimedialer Teilhabe by Philippe Patra (Münster 2001)

    Global Civil Society by H. Anheier, M. Glasius and M. Kaldor (Eds.) (Oxford Univ. Press 2001)

    Human Development Report 2001: Making New Technologies Work for Human Development by United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) (New York 2001)

    Identität, Authentizität und Verantwortung. Die ethischen Herausforderungen der Kommunikation im Internet by Andreas Greis (München, 2001)

    Intellectual Property and Information Control: Philosophical Foundations and Contemporary Issues by Adam D. Moore (New Brunswick, NJ 2001)

    Internet Telephony by Lee W. McKnight, William Lehr, and David D. Clark (Ed.) (Cambridge, MA 2001)

    Intellectual Freedomand Social Responsibility in American Librarianship by Toni Samek (Jefferson, NC 2001)

    Kommunikationskulturen zwischen Kontinuität und Wandel by Ursula Maier-Rabler and Michael Latzer (Eds.) (Konstanz 2001)

    Making a World of Difference - IT in a Global Context by G. Walsham (Chichester 2001).

    Medien der Vernunft. Eine Theorie des Geistes und der Rationalität auf Grundlage einer Theorie der Medien by Matthias Vogel (Frankfurt a.M. 2001)

    Medien - Wahrnehmung - Ethik. Eine annotierte Bibliographie by Gerfried W. Hunold (Tübingen 2001)

    Medien und Ethik. Zur Organisation medienethischer Entscheidungsprozesse by Larissa Krainer (München 2001)

    Morality and Machines, Second Edition: Perspectives on Computer Ehics by Stacey L. Edgar (Jones & Bartlett 2002)

    On the Internet by Hubert Dreyfus (London, 2001)

    Online Communities: Networks that Nurture Long-distance Relationships and Local Ties by John B. Horrigan (Washington, D.C. 2001)

    Pragmatische Medienphilosophie by Mike Sandbothe (Weilerswist, 2001)

    Readings in CyberEthics by Richard A. Spinello and Herman T. Tavani Eds. (Sudbury, Mass. 2001)

    Robo Sapiens: Evolution of a New Species by Peter Menzel and Faith D'Aluisio (Cambridge, MA 2001)

    Social Movements on the Net by O. León, S. Burch, E. Tamayo (Quito 2001)

    The Ethics of Cyberspace by Cees J. Hamelink (London 2001)

    The global city by Saskia Sassen, Princeton 2001 (updated 2d ed., original 1991).

    The Internet: A Framework for Undersanding Ethical Issues (PhD Thesis, Middlesex University, UK) by P. Duquenoy (UK 2001)

    The Internet Galaxy: Reflections on the Internet, Business and Society by Manuel Castells (Oxford 2001)

    The Language of New Media by L. Manovich (MIT 2001)

    The Future of Ideas by L. Lessig (New York 2001)

    The Hacker Ethic and the Spirit of the Information Age by Pekka Himanen (New York 2001)

    2000

    Angewandte Ethik als Politikum by Matthias Kettner (Ed.) (Frankfurt a.M. 2000)

    Code and other Laws of Cyberspace by L. Lessig (New York 2000)

    Computer Ethics by Deborah G. Johnson (Upper Saddle River, NJ 2000, 3rd Ed.)

    Computer Ethics: Philosophical Enquiry (CEPE 2000 Proceedings) D.G. Johnson, J.H. Moor, H.T. Tavani (Eds.) (Dartmouth College 2000)

    Culture Matters: How Values Shape Human Progress by L.E. Harrison and S.P. Huntington (Eds.) (New York 2000)

    CyberEthics: Morality and Law in Cyberspace by Richard A. Spinello (Sudbury, Mass. 2000)

    Cyberethics. Social & Moral Issues in the Computer Age by Robert M. Baird, Reagan Ramsoweer and Stuart E. Rosenbaum (Eds.) (Amherst, NY 2000)

    Database Nation; the Death of Privacy in the 21st Century by Simon Garfinkel (Sebastopol, CA 2000)

    Ethics and Computing: Living Responsibility in a Computerized World, 2nd Ed. by Kevin W. Bowyer (Ed.) (New Jersey 2000).

    Ethics of Electronic Information. Papers presented at EEI21 - Memphis, The Ethics of Electronic Information in the 21st Century Symposium. In: International Information & Library Review (2000), 32, by Toni Carbo (Ed.) and Tom Mendina (Chairman, EEI21-MEMPHIS)(London 2000)

    Free Speech, "The People's Darling Privilege": Struggles for Freedom of Expression in American History by Michael Kent Curtis (Durham, NC, and London 2000)

    Information Society Studies by A.S. Duff (London 2000)

    Internet Ethics by Duncan Langford (Ed.) (New York 2000)

    Kursbuch Medienkultur. Die maßgeblichen Theorien von Brecht bis Baudrillard by Claus Pias et al. (Eds.) (Stuttgart 2000) 3d.Ed.

    Le culte de l'Internet, une menace pour le lien social? by Philippe Breton (Paris 2000)

    Media Ethics. Opening Social Dialogue by Bart Pattyn (Ed.) (Belgium 2000)

    Medienethik und Medienwirkungsforschung by Matthias Rath (Wiesbaden 2000)

    Medienethik zwischen Theorie und Praxis. Normen für die Kommunikationsgesellschaft by Christian Schicha and Carsten Brosda (Eds.) (Münster 2000)

    Medienphilosophie by Frank Hartmann (Wien 2000)

    Our Enduring Values: Librarianship in the 21st Century by Michael Gorman (American Library Association 2000)

    Robotto ni kakeru yume (The Dream about Robots) by Suguro Arimoto (Tokyo 2000).

    Social Dimensions of Information Technology: Issues for the New Millenium by G.D. Garson (Hershey 2000)

    The Ethics of Cyberspace by Cees J. Hamelink (London, 2000)

    The Internet and Society by J. Slevin (Malden 2000)

    The Language of New Media by Lev Manovich (Cambridge, Mass. 2000)

    The Social Life of Information by John Seely Brown and Paul Duguid (Harvard 2000)

    Unter Verdacht. Eine Phänomenologie der Medien by Boris Groys (München 2000)

    Walking on The Other Side of The Information Highway: Communication, Culture and Development in the 21st Century by J. Servaes (Ed.) (Penang 2000)


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    Applied Ethics Resources by Chris MacDonald

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    Research in information ethics is done in universities (See: Teaching) as well as in national and international institutions.
    Some of them engage themselves in different kinds of activities (See: News). A major source of information for research in our field is UNESCO (See: News) This overview offers a selection of institutions doing research in information ethics as well as links to information ethics resources in the Internet (See: Publications)

    UNESCO

    INSTITUTIONS

    RESOURCES

    Last update: April 21, 2001

    UNESCO

    INFOethics Website

    Observatory on the Information Society

    Virtual Library

    Selected Institutions

    Akademie für Technikfolgenabschätzung in Baden-Württemberg (afta): a prestigious German organization in the field of technology assessment.

    American Library Association (ALA): a prestigious association in the library field: Office for Intellectual Freedom

    American Society for Information Science and Technology(ASIST): a prestigious association in the information field.

    Association for Computing (ACM) Special Interest Group on Computers and Society (SIGCAS) : Ethics Centers, Ethics Courses and General Ethics Links, maintained by Barry S. Fagin.

    Australian Institute of Computer Ethics (AICE): A multi-disciplinary resource and research centre.

    Center for Applied Ethics (C.A.E.) University of Britisch Columbia: Applied Ethics Resources on WWW (Business Ethics, Computers & Info-Tech Ethics, Media Ethics, Science & Technology Ethics etc.), Starting Points in Applied Ethics, Working Papers, ETHICS FAX, the Centre's newsletter, Ethics Courses at UBC, maintained by Chris MacDonald.

    Center for Democracy and Technology (CDT) (Washington D.C.) : Mission, Get Involved, Staff, Publications, Links, Search CDT, Jobs, Action.

    Center for Social Informatics Indiana University, School of Library and Information Science.

    Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis University College London (an initiative by Martin Dodge)

    Centre for Computing and Social Responsibility (CCSR) De Mont fort University (UK): A prestigious website in the field of information and computer ethics: What's New, Resources, Conferences, Discussion, Search.

    Cheskin Research

    Computer Ethics Institute (CEI) (The Brookings Institution, Washington D.C.)

    Computer Professionals for Social Responsiblity (CPSR) (Palo Alto)

    Deutscher Server Wirtschaftsethik (DSW) (University of Marburg, Germany)

    Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF): Protecting Rights and Promoting Freedom in the Electronic Frontier.

    Electronic Privacy Information Center (EPIC)

    European Business Ethics Network (EBEN)

    European Ethics Network (EEN) (European Commission) (Catholic University Leuven): Objectives, Progress Report, Journal, Board, Members, Activities, Links.

    European Group on Ethics in Science and New Technologies (EGE)(European Commission, Secretariat-General)

    Fachgruppe Informatik und Gesellschaft (Heinz Nixdorf Institut, University of Paderborn, Germany).

    Forum InformatikerInnen für Frieden und gesellschaftliche Verantwortung e.V. (FIFF) (Germany).

    Forum social mundial (Porto Alegre, Brazil).

    Foundations of Information Ethics (FINE) (Japan).

    Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) (National Institute of Standards and Technology, NIST): The Freedom of Information Act, enacted in 1966, provides that any person has a right, enforceable in court, of access to federal agency records, except to the extent that such records are protected from disclosure by one of nine exemptions or by one of three special law enforcement records exclusions.

    Fundación Redes y Desarrollo (FUNREDES): Research on the impact of information technologies in Latin America and the Caribbean (English, French, Spanish)

    Gesellschaft f. Verantwortung in der Wissenschaft (GVW)

    Independent Media Center

    Infonomia (by Alfons Cornella (in Spanish)

    Information Resources Management Association (IRMA) (Pennsylvania, USA)

    Institute for Business & Professional Ethics (IBPE) (DePaul University, Chicago).

    Institute for Religion, Technology and Culture (IRTC) (Canada).

    Intellectual Freedom in Cyberspace (Rochester Hills Pubic Library): Resources for Librarians and Educators.

    Interfakultäres Zentrum für Ethik in den Wissenschaften (Universität Tübingen, Germany): Research Center on Applied Ethics

    International Federation for Information Processing (IFIP)
    A prestigious association in the information field.

    International Federation of Journalists (IFJ) The IFJ is the world's largest organisation of journalists, representing more than 450,000 journalists in 101 countries.

    International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions (IFLA). The leading international association in the library field. Committee on Free Access to Information and Freedom of Expression (FAIFE)

    International Network for Social Network Analysis (INSNA) (Heinz School of Public Policy and Management, Carnegie Mellon Univ.)

    International Society of Business, Economics, and Ethics (ISBEE):
    A prestigious association in the field of business ethics.

    Internet Society (ISOC): a non-profit, non-governmental, international, professional membership organization. It focuses on: standards, education, and policy issues.

    Institute of Information Scientists (ISI) (London, UK): A prestigious association in the information field.

    KnowNet Initiative Knowledge Networking in Developing Countries

    Laboratory for the Culture of the Artificial (LCA) (Istituto Metodologico Economico Statistico (IMES), University of Urbino, Italy): A center of excellence in the field of the culture of the artificial.

    Libr.org: is a domain managed by Rory B. Litwin for library related websites with social orientation

    Nethics e.V. Information Ethics in the Web (University of Konstanz, Germany) (in German)

    Netzwerk Medienethik (Institut für Kommunikationsforschung und Medienarbeit, IKM, München, Germany): German network for media ethics.

    Online Magna Charta (Leipzig, Germany): Charta of Freedom for Information and Communication.

    Privacy International

    Research Center on Computing and Society (RCCS) (Southern Connecticut State University) Dedicated to the advancement of computer ethics: Projects, Resources, Topic of the Month, Question of the Month, Teaching Resources, Conferences, Archives, Links.

    Society for Philosophy and Technology(SPT)

    Software Engineering Ethics Research Institute (SEERI) (East Tennessee State University, Department of Computer and Information Sciences)

    United Nations Research Institute for Social Development (UNRISD)

    World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO)

    W3C-Consortium

    Zelig: European meetings of digital counter-cultures (English/French/Italian/Spanish)

    Resources

    Computer Ethics - Cyberethics by David Vance and ArunRai

    Ethics and Ethiquette of Internet Resources by T. Matthew Ciolek

    Ethics and the Internet by Wendy Robinson

    Ethics Links to Librarian and Information Manager Associations WWW Pages by Wallace Koehler, School of Library and Information Studies (University of Oklahoma)

    Ethics on the World Wide Web by the School of Communications (California State University)

    Ethics Resources on the Net of the Institute of Business and Professional Ethics (IBPE)

    Netiquette Website by Arlene Rinaldi

    A Website by Martha M. Smith, Barbara Rockenbach and Rafael Capurro


     

     

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