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Information Technology and Ethics

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Information Technology and Ethics

Table of contents[edit | edit source]

An Overview of Ethics[edit | edit source]

A definition of Ethics is "moral principles that govern a person or group's behavior". In other words, doing what the law requires, and rules for distinguishing between right and wrong. Also, ethics may have much to do with one's religious beliefs.

What is Ethics?[edit | edit source]

Ethics for IT Professionals[edit | edit source]

Computer and Internet Crime[edit | edit source]

Security[edit | edit source]

Freedom of Expression[edit | edit source]

Privacy[edit | edit source]

Intellectual Property[edit | edit source]

Software Development[edit | edit source]

The Impact of Information Technology on the Quality of Life[edit | edit source]

Cryptocurrency[edit | edit source]

Social Networking[edit | edit source]

Cybersecurity Compliance

Artificial Intelligence Ethics[edit | edit source]

Ethics of IT Organizations[edit | edit source]

Ethics in Risk Management[edit | edit source]

Quizzes[edit | edit source]