Show simple item record Berzai, Louis en 2016-03-30T14:53:13Z en 2016-03-30T14:53:13Z en 1995-05 en
dc.identifier.citation Berzai, L. (1995). Changing Boundaries of Computer Ethics (unpublished master's thesis). Indiana University South Bend, South Bend, Indiana. en
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dc.description Thesis (M.Lib.St.)--Indiana University South Bend, 1995. en
dc.description.abstract This thesis is going to consider factors which contribute to computer user attitudes regarding the ethics of participating in activities such as computer hacking, computer privacy, computer piracy, and computer crime. Through understanding ethical behavior with an in-depth review of each activity we can learn ways to influence computer ethics with many users. The discussion of the changing boundaries of computer ethics will be visible throughout the thesis. It is not surprising to find that many people do not consider any usage they do on the computer to be improper or unethical. For many, it may be that the technology of computer usage somehow dehumanizes unethical behavior by making it appear to be victimless crime. This project's approach will focus on the use of multimedia technology in discussing the changing boundaries of computer ethics in today's world. The software used is Asymetrix Toolbook, version 3 .0, August 1994. A hard copy of the thesis will be installed on a CD. Incorporated within the CD will be film, pictures, voice and text. The CD will offer several menus to allow the viewer to freely move within the project. en
dc.language.iso en_US en
dc.subject Computers--Moral and ethical aspects en
dc.subject Electronic data processing--Moral and ethical aspects en
dc.subject Computer crimes en
dc.subject Privacy, Right of en
dc.subject Computer security en
dc.subject Hackers en
dc.title Changing Boundaries of Computer Ethics en
dc.type Thesis en
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