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Applying the ACS Code of Ethics

  title={Applying the ACS Code of Ethics},
  author={Oliver Kisalay Burmeister},
  journal={J. Res. Pract. Inf. Technol.},
  • O. Burmeister
  • Published 2000
  • Political Science
  • J. Res. Pract. Inf. Technol.
The IT professional unlike professionals in other disciplines does not have to abide by the strictures of a professional society. In Australia the professional IT association has a Code of Ethics that, while easily accessible, needs clarification to apply it in the real world. Though the ACS code is distinctly Australian in the way it has been formulated, it sits easily within the general tenets espoused by similar associations in other countries. Although cultural issues have influenced the… 

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