Foundational issues in information ethics

@article{Himma2007FoundationalII,
  title={Foundational issues in information ethics},
  author={Kenneth Einar Himma},
  journal={Library Hi Tech},
  year={2007},
  volume={25},
  pages={79-94}
}
Purpose – Information ethics, as is well known, has emerged as an independent area of ethical and philosophical inquiry. There are a number of academic journals that are devoted entirely to the numerous ethical issues that arise in connection with the new information communication technologies; these issues include a host of intellectual property, information privacy, and security issues of concern to librarians and other information professionals. In addition, there are a number of major… CONTINUE READING

From This Paper

Figures, tables, results, connections, and topics extracted from this paper.
3 Extracted Citations
27 Extracted References
Similar Papers

Referenced Papers

Publications referenced by this paper.
Showing 1-10 of 27 references

Computing and moral responsibility ”

  • R. A. Spinello, H. Tavani, MA. Coleman Sudbury, K.
  • Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy
  • 2004

Computing and moral responsibility”, Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy, available at http://plato.stanford.edu/entries/computing-responsibility

  • K. Coleman
  • 2004

Pragmatism in progress

  • J. Keulartz, M. Korthals, M. Schermer, T. Swierstra
  • Techne: Journal of the Society for Philosophy and…
  • 2004
2 Excerpts

The question at the foundation of information ethics: does information have intrinsic value?

  • K. E. Himma
  • 2004
2 Excerpts

Similar Papers

Loading similar papers…