Ethical and Legal Issues Related to Technology

Ethical Legal

New technologies can introduce interesting ethical and legal issues.  We have explored some of these in the following published works:

Barger, R. N., & Crowell, C. R. (2005).  The ethics of parasitic computing: Fair Use or Abuse of TCP/IP Over the Internet?  In L. A. Freeman, & A. G. Peace (Eds.).  Information Ethics: Privacy and Intellectual Property.  Hershey, PA: Idea Group, pp. 143-161.

Crowell, C. R., Narvaez, D., & Gomberg, A. (2005). Moral Psychology and Information Ethics: Psychological Distance and the Components of Moral Behavior in a Digital World.  In L. A. Freeman, & A. G. Peace (Eds.).  Information Ethics: Privacy and Intellectual Property.  Hershey, PA: Idea Group, pp. 19-37.

Crowell, C. R. & Barger, R. N. (2007). A meta view of information ethics.  In M. Quigley (Ed.). Encyclopedia of Information Ethics and Security. Hershey, PA: Idea Group.

Scheutz, M., & Crowell, C. (2007).  The burden of embodied autonomy: Some reflections on the social and ethical implications of autonomous robots.  Proceedings of the 2007 IRCA Conference.  Rome, IT: IEEE-RAS.

Chapple, M. J. & Crowell, C. R. (2007). Federal information security law.  In M. Quigley (Ed.). Encyclopedia of Information Ethics and Security. Hershey, PA: Idea Group.

Scheutz, M., & Crowell, C. (2008).  Robot autonomy: some ensuing ethical questions.  Proceedings of the 2008 NA-CAP Conference.  Bloomington, IN: IACP.

Chapple, M. J. & Crowell, C. R. (2008). Information security law and regulation.  In M. Khosrow-Pour (Ed.). Encyclopedia of Information Science and Technology. Hershey, PA: Idea Group.