Ethical IT Innovation
A Value-Based System Design Approach
Ethics in IT Systems Development: The Human Use of Machine Beings stands at the intersection of computer science, philosophy and management and integrates theories and frameworks from all three domains. This book discusses how ubiquitous computing is rapidly changing our private and professional lives. It encourages students of computer ethics, IT professionals, managers and engineers to consider ethical questions in the design of IT systems.
by Sarah Spiekermann
Publisher: Apple Academic Press Inc.
On sale: December 10, 2015
Price: € 84,58
Networks of Control
A Report on Corporate Surveillance, Digital Tracking, Big Data & Privacy
The collection, analysis and utilization of digital information based on our clicks, swipes, likes, purchases, movements, behaviors and interests have become part of everyday life. While individuals become increasingly transparent, companies take control of the recorded data in a non-transparent and unregulated way.
by Wolfie Christl and Sarah Spiekermann
Publisher: Facultas, Vienna
On sale: September 29, 2016
Price: € 19