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.
Deborah Johnson is the 2015 recipient of the Weizenbaum Award for her life-long contributions to information and computer ethics.
2 October 2015 - Oxford Internet Institute, University of Oxford, UK
Short bio of the CEPE 2015 keynote speaker Frances Grodzinsky.
During ETHICOMP 2015, we will review ethical and social issues raised by contemporary computing and look at ways of identifying and addressing them in the future. Initial submission: 23 February 15 - Final full paper submissions: 01 July 2015.
The INSEIT/Joseph Weizenbaum Award in Information and Computer Ethics is awarded every two years to an individual who has made significant contributions to the field of information and computer ethics through his/her research, service and vision.