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COMP 417: Social/Ethical Issues in Computing

Credit Hours
3
Prerequisites
None
Instructor
Dr.Konstantin Laufer
Description
A variety of ethical issues related to the availability of computers, focusing on broad social issues rather than individual professional responsibilities. Privacy, copyrights, patents, file sharing, software licenses, software reliability, trusting software, viruses, security, and risks. Brief study of the elements of traditional ethical theory, eg Utilitarianism.
Syllabus
Taught by Dr. Dordal Spring 2002.
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