The Cambridge Handbook of Information and Computer Ethics: Index

  title={The Cambridge Handbook of Information and Computer Ethics: Index},
  author={L. Floridi},
Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) have profoundly changed many aspects of life, including the nature of entertainment, work, communication, education, healthcare, industrial production and business, social relations and conflicts. They have had a radical and widespread impact on our moral lives and hence on contemporary ethical debates. The Cambridge Handbook of Information and Computer Ethics provides an ambitious and authoritative introduction to the field, with discussions of… 

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