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Addressing Ethics and Technology in Business: Preparing Today's Students for the Ethical Challenges Presented by Technology in the Workplace
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Contemporary Issues in Education Research Volume 1, Number 2, ISSN 1940-5847

Abstract

The ethical development of information systems is but one of those sensitive scenarios associated with computer technology that has a tremendous impact on individuals and social life. The significance of these issues of concern cannot be overstated. However, since computer ethics is meant to be everybody's responsibility, the result can often be interpreted as nobody's responsibility. Therefore, an effective while still practical moral framework needs to be recognized in order to put computer ethics on a sound foundation for further exploration.

Citation

Brooks, R. (2008). Addressing Ethics and Technology in Business: Preparing Today's Students for the Ethical Challenges Presented by Technology in the Workplace. Contemporary Issues in Education Research, 1(2), 23-32. Retrieved August 12, 2020 from .

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