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Computer Professionals for Social Responsibility (CPSR)
- Activism for civil liberties in issues such as internet censorship, internet governance, malicious interference.
- Teaching tools and case studies pertaining to the ethics inherent in the computing industry. Catalogues of background reading, case studies, and teaching material.
Ethics in Computing
- Directory of links concerning many issues and topics related to computers and their use.
Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Inc. (IEEE)
- Ethics and Members Conduct Committee web-page with links to related resources.
International Center for Information Ethics (ICIE)
- Academic website on information ethics. Platform for exchanging information about worldwide teaching and research in this field. News. Lists of institutions, teachers, and publications.
- International business organization that encourages business ethics and best practice policies.
International Federation of Information Processing (IFIP)
- Working Group on Computers and Social Accountability.
Internet dating and mail order brides.
- Short descriptions of the dangers of internet dating, mail order brides, net addiction, and safety. Some links to other resources.
Southern Connecticut State University, Research Center on Computing and Society
- Examines computer ethics and the impact of information technology on society. Articles. Research resources. Teaching resources. Student resources. Forum. Links.
- Includes collection of links to articles on ethics as it applies to the Internet and the law, computer use policies, blogging and privacy, from the WWW Virtual Library. Maintained by Paul Martin Lester, California State University at Fullerton.
Wikipedia: Computer Ethics
- Encyclopaedia entry about the topic.
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