Comparing Three IS Codes of Ethics - ACM, ACS and BCS

@inproceedings{Wheeler2003ComparingTI,
  title={Comparing Three IS Codes of Ethics - ACM, ACS and BCS},
  author={Shirley Wheeler},
  booktitle={PACIS},
  year={2003}
}
Professional Codes of Ethics serve to embody the commitments made by members of that profession. Such Codes are designed to guide ethical decision-making, yet they provide little assistance in the identification and resolution of ethical dilemmas. In the IS global arena, Codes of Ethics tend to be national in scope, thereby increasing the complexity of international decision-making for IS practitioners. Three major IS Codes of Ethics, each with different but overlapping in jurisdiction, are… CONTINUE READING

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