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Digital Wildfires? Propagation, Verification, Regulation and Responsible Innovation
Social media platforms provide an increasingly popular means for individuals to share content online. Whilst this produces undoubted societal benefits, the ability for content to be spontaneously posted and re-posted creates ...
The ethics of cloud computing: A conceptual review.
Identifying the ethics of emerging information and communications technologies: an essay on issues, concepts and method.
Ethical issues of information and communication technologies (ICTs) are important because they can have significant effects on human liberty, happiness, and people’s ability to lead a good life. They are also of functional ...
What does the future hold? A critical view of emerging information and communication technologies and their social consequences.
This paper provides an overview of emerging information and communication technologies (ICTs) that can be expected to become socially relevant in the next 10 to 15 years. It describes the results of a dual discourse analysis ...
Ethical issues of emerging ICT applications
(IGI Global, 2013)
Focus groups and critical social IS research: How the choice of method can promote emancipation of respondents and researchers.
Critical social research in information systems has been gaining prominence for some time and is increasingly viewed as a valid research approach. One problem with the critical tradition is a lack of empirical research. ...
Tomorrow’s ethics and today’s response: An investigation into the ways information systems professionals perceive and address emerging ethical issues
This paper explores the question of how foresight and futures research can identify and address ethical issues in the field of Information Systems (IS). Starting from the premise that such IS are part of socio-technical ...
Information security policies in the UK Healthcare Sector: A critical evaluation.
Abstract: All organizations must take active steps to maintain the security and integrity of their information resources, and nowhere is this strategy more critical than in hospitals where issues of information accuracy ...