The study of ethics in the development and use of information technology is growing. Many universities have included the topic in their curricula either as a module in computer science or information systems courses, or as a separate course fully devoted to the subject. A growing number of researchers study ethical concerns that are involved in the development and use of information systems. This paper provides an agenda for the study and teaching of ethical concerns and dilemmas among which are: privacy, freedom of expression, professional conduct, computer crime, software intellectual property, and obligations of software developers.
"Agenda for the Study and Teaching of Information Technology Ethics,"
Journal of Information Systems Education: Vol. 7
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