Call for Papers
Questions of appropriate online behavior, surveillance, regulation, and governance have grown in importance. Indeed, cyberethics has emerged as a distinct area of inquiry. The Journal of Philosophy, Science & Law invites new manuscripts in this rapidly evolving domain.
Topics suitable for this Call for Papers include but are not limited to ethical and legal issues emerging from:
• Censorship on the Internet
• The digital divide
• Domain name disputes
• Intellectual property and the Internet
• Online anonymity
• Online privacy
• Online surveillance/tracking
• Social networking and human subjects research
Manuscripts submitted for inclusion in this special issue must be original work and not be under consideration with any other journal. The word count for submitted manuscripts, including references and notes, should be no more than approximately 5000 words. Manuscripts should be accompanied by an abstract of no more than 200 words.
Authors should adhere as closely as possible to the Journal’s publication guidelines: http://jpsl.org/submission-information/.
Authors should submit their manuscripts and abstracts via email attachments no later than to Dr. Jason Borenstein: firstname.lastname@example.org
The email subject line should read JPSL Cyberethics.
Accepted manuscripts will be published online in Spring 2016.
Dr. Jason Borenstein, Editor-in-Chief
The Journal of Philosophy, Science & Law jpsl.org