An ethical attitude to the production, dissemination, storage, access, and retrieval of information and data is necessary to today's information society. Whether theoretical or practical in nature, each chapter in this collection addresses some aspect of information ethics, from its history to the challenges of "fake news" and 3-D printing. -- adapted from foreword
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
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Principles and concepts in information ethics / John T.F. Burgess Human rights and information ethics / Paul T. Jaeger, Ursula Gorham, and Natalie Greene Taylor History of ethics in the information professions / John T.F. Burgess Information access / Emily J.M. Knox Privacy / Michael Zimmer Ethics of discourse / John M. Budd Intellectual property ethics / Kathrine Andrews Henderson Data ethics / Peter Darch Cybersecurity ethics / Jane Blanken-Webb, Imani Palmer, Roy H. Campbell, Nicholas C. Burbules, and Masooda Bashir Cognitive justice and intercultural information ethics / Rachel Fischer and Erin Klazar Global digital citizenship / Margaret Zimmerman Emerging issues / Amelia Gibson.