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Information ethics privacy, property, and power

Author: Adam D Moore
Publisher: Seattle [u.a.] Univ. of Washington Press 2006
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 2. [printView all editions and formats

Focuses on the ethical issues surrounding information control.


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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Adam D Moore
ISBN: 0295984899 9780295984896
OCLC Number: 255604082
Description: 455 S 24 cm
Contents: Acknowledgments1. Introduction--Adam D. Moor and Kristene UnsworthPart I. An Ethical Framework for Analysis2. Introduction to Moral Reasoning--Tom Regan3. Utilitarianism--John Stuart Mill4. The Metaphysics of Morals--Immanuel Kant5. Feminist Transformations of Moral Theory--Virginia HeldDiscussion Cases--Trapped in an Underwater Sea Cave--The Case of Reluctant Donation--Killing 1 to Save 9--Torturing for Good ConsequencesPart II. Intellectual Property: Moral and Legal Concerns6. Intellectual Property is Still Property--Frank H. Easterbrook7. Are Patents and Copyrights Morally Justified?--Tom G. Palmer8. Biopiracy or Bioprivateering?--Richard Stallman9. Intangible Property: Privacy, Power, and Information Control--Adam D. Moore10. Why Collaborative Free Works Should be Protected by the Law--Lawrence SangerDiscussion Cases--Libraries and Fair Use--No Harm No Foul--Right?--Making an Extra Back-up Copy; File SharingPart III. Privacy and Information Control11. The Right to Privacy--Samuel D. Warren and Louis D. Brandeis12. The Social Life of Genes: Privacy, Property, and the New Genetics--Margaret Everett13. Employee Monitoring: Evaluation Surveillance v. Privacy--Adam D. Moore14. Personal Autonomy and Caller ID--James Stacey TaylorDiscussion Cases--Video Voyeurs and Privacy--Menos Greece and Sickle-cell AnemiaShahar v. BowersPart IV. Freedom of Speech and Information Control15. Rationales for Freedom of Speech--Kent Greenawalt16. Digital Speech and Democratic Culture: A Theory of Freedom of Expression for the Information Society--Jack M. Balkin17. Privacy, Photography, and the Press--T. Allen et al.Discussion Cases--Who Owns Your Image: Cape Pub. v. Bridges, Florida 1982Sipple v. San Francisco Chronicle Inc.Photographs and the Protest against the War in VietnamPart V. Governmental and Societal Control of Information18. Carnivore, the FBI's E-mail Surveillance System: Devouring Criminals, Not Privacy--Griffin S. Dunham19. Privacy Isn't Everything: Accountability as a Personal and Social Good--Anita Allen20. National Security at What Price? A Look into Civil Liberty Concerns in the Information Age under the USA Patriot Act--Jacob R. LillyDiscussion Cases--Encryption and National Security--Wearing an Anti-Disclosure Suit--Racial Profiling and TerrorismSelected BibliographyIndex
Responsibility: ed. by Adam D. Moore


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