13.2 – Ethics in Information Technology

13.2 – Ethics in Information Technology
Every development in information technology is complemented by at least one ethical dilemma: From email to Facebook updates, users of computers are unaware of the fine balance between profit and ethics struck by providers. Businesses, software developers, and individuals must think about rights and wrongs of using information technology in routine life. The major issues underlying world of information technology are the expectation of end user’s privacy and the provider’s ethical duty to implement applications reliably. Information ethics is the field that inspects the ethical issues arising from application and development of information technologies. It provides a significant framework for considering ethics…
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