Ethical issues of information systems

TitleEthical issues of information systems
Publication TypeBook
Year of Publication2002
AuthorsSalehnia, A
Pagination1 online resource (xiii, 301 p.) : ill.
PublisherHershey, PA : IRM Press
Publication Languageeng
ISBN Number9781931777278
Accession Number49851958
Keywordsbusiness , computer , Computer Ethics , COMPUTER science , Electronic , LIBRARY , Library and Information Science , Privacy , Privacy and Surveillance , professional , professional responsibility , Right
Abstractnderstanding, appreciating, and taking corrective steps to maintain and enhance social and ethical responsibility in the information age is important not only because of our increased dependence on information and communication technologies, but also because information and communication technologies pose complex challenges. Discussed here are such pertinent issues as cyberstalking, codes of conduct and practice, confidentiality agreements, electronic monitoring of employees, government and policy concerns, human resource policies, professional accountability, systems design, and development and teaching of ethics in information systems.
NotesNetLibrary books.Includes bibliographical references and index.Other format available: Print version:; Salehnia, Ali, 1952-; Ethical issues of information systems.; Hershey, PA : IRM Press, 2002LC: QA76.9.M65; Dewey: 174/.90904Ali Salehnia.Internet resource (url); eBook (ebk)
Short TitleEthical issues of information systems
Original Publicationoreword /; Ali Salehnia --; Internet Privacy: Interpreting Key Issues /; Gurpreet S. Dhillon, Trevor T. Moores --; One Size Does Not Fit All: Potential Diseconomies in Global Information Systems /; Gerald Grant --; Some Internet and E-Commerce Legal Persp
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