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CyberEthics: Morality and Law in Cyberspace epub

by Richard Spinello


CyberEthics: Morality and Law in Cyberspace epub

ISBN: 0763712698

ISBN13: 978-0763712693

Author: Richard Spinello

Category: Other

Subcategory: Humanities

Language: English

Publisher: Jones and Bartlett Publishers, Inc.; 1st edition (November 25, 2001)

Pages: 165 pages

ePUB book: 1515 kb

FB2 book: 1404 kb

Rating: 4.7

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I purchased this book for an "Ethics in the Information Age" class

I purchased this book for an "Ethics in the Information Age" class. I consider myself pretty technologically adept, but I had a very difficult time getting through each chapter of this book. Upon a glance, I can say that it would prove helpful for the study that I am conducting on Human Rights, Cyber Social Media and the Security Issue in the Mena Region.

Focusing heavily on content control, free speech, intellectual property, and security, Cyberethics: Morality and Law in Cyberspace provides legal .

Focusing heavily on content control, free speech, intellectual property, and security, Cyberethics: Morality and Law in Cyberspace provides legal and philosophical discussions of these critical issues. Ideal for undergraduate computer ethics courses as well as a general readership, Cyberethics is an excellent resource for students and laypeople alike.

Author(s): Richard Spinello. Time lapse between current and previous publications: 3 years (2016 vs 2013). Spinello's CyberEthics text was first published in 2000. The updated Sixth Ed. consists of 6 chapters just as the older Fifth E. but is 2 pages thinner.

I did choose Spinello and Tavani's new reader; but this book-like most of the predecessors Spinello . However, as with Spinello's other books, there are some points he makes that no other computing ethics texts' authors do make!

I did choose Spinello and Tavani's new reader; but this book-like most of the predecessors Spinello has written-would drive my students nuts - and they wouldn't know why. Bottom line: poorly written and not easy to read - lots of tough sentence choices made. However, as with Spinello's other books, there are some points he makes that no other computing ethics texts' authors do make! So, I'll glean those points out of his text and present them to my students rather than force them to work their way through and around his prose.

Spinello, Richard (2011). Cyberethics: Morality and Law in Cyberspace. "International Journal of Cyber Ethics in Education (IJCEE)". Network Working Group (1989). Sudbury, MA: Jones & Bartlett Learning. p. 123. ISBN 9780763795115. Spinello, Richard A. (2006). pp. 116. ISBN 9780763737832.

In this book, Richard Spinello looks at four major issues he foresees arising in the cyberworld: free speech, intellectual property, privacy, and security

In this book, Richard Spinello looks at four major issues he foresees arising in the cyberworld: free speech, intellectual property, privacy, and security. One person found this.

by Richard Spinello (Author). Book Condition: This is a used book in good condition and may show some signs of use or wear. ISBN-13: 978-0763737832. Sold by onceuponatimebooks. Condition: Used: Good.

Internet - Moral and ethical aspects. Computers and civilization. The text focuses heavily on content control and free speech, intellectual property, privacy and security, and features new coverage of popular topics like Blogging.

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This text takes an unbiased look at four perennial issues on the Internet: free speech, intellectual property, privacy and security.
So dense.

I purchased this book for an "Ethics in the Information Age" class. I consider myself pretty technologically adept, but I had a very difficult time getting through each chapter of this book. Each page has so much information that needs to be retained, it's almost painful. I appreciated the case studies at the end of the chapters that helped put some of the information into context, but I would have appreciated more of this in the chapters themselves. It was too flatly written for my taste, and I didn't find it interesting to read. Required reading, though, so I made it through. A lot of wonderful information is found here, but accessing and retaining it when you are flooded with billions of bytes of facts is the true test.
The rating is to inform you that I got the book although a few days than expected! Upon a glance, I can say that it would prove helpful for the study that I am conducting on Human Rights, Cyber Social Media and the Security Issue in the Mena Region. I will certainly write a lengthy review upon finishing to read it.
great, what can I say, it was required reading material for class.
Required reading for a grad school class. Some good content. Will go back and review the book at a later time to learn more.
Books yum, Wish it was cheaper but they gotta get money!
Very well written. Excellent textbook
The content of this book is nothing short of a diaster! I had to read this book for my Ethics in the Information Age class here at the Rochester Institute of Technology and I must say that this is the worst textbook I ever had to read. It felt more like a highschool essay thats 155 pages long. The book is plagued with wordy sentences that can confused and bemuddle anyone who isn't an english major. Practically every sentence is littered with words that a bare few of us remember from the SATs (perhaps to lengthen the book?). The book's content doesn't provide a sense of contraversy about ethics in cyberspace. I beleive that he tried to stay neutral in the arguments but it only seemed to confuse me. The auther included a lot of references to other sources suggesting that he too doesn't even know a thing about Cyber Ethics, resorting to other people's works. The writng is too abstract and at most times I ended up rereading the book several times just to make sense of it. If I didn't need this for class, I recommend not buying this book. I am sure there are plenty of other well written Cyber Ethics books than this.
Cyberethics: Morality And Law In Cyberspace by Richard Spinello is a well-written book that gives great context into issues that are intricate and multifaceted and occur due to the nature of the Internet. This book is a great gateway to moral issues that users, companies and overall society face because of the Internet. These issues include a range of topics including intellectual property, users’ privacy, user rights and how the Internet has affected each of these. He even provides real life scenarios and case studies of these issues in order for you to read and make your own decision on what is right using your own moral system. Overall I would recommend this book to anyone who is interested in how technology, law, and ethics have intersected in relation to the rise of the Internet.