Leitch, Shona and Warren, Matthew 2000, Ethics and electronic commerce, in Computer ethics 2000 : selected papers from the Second Australian Institute of Computer Ethics Conference (AICE2000), Australian Computer Society, Sydney, N.S.W., pp. 1-4.
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Computer ethics 2000 : selected papers from the Second Australian Institute of Computer Ethics Conference (AICE2000)
Australian Institute of Computer Ethics Conference
Australian Computer Society
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Ethics is an important element in all aspects of computing, but proves to be a real problem in the development and delivery of electronic commerce systems. There are many aspects of ethics that can affect electronic commerce systems, but perhaps the most notable and worrying to both consumers and developers is that of trust.
In a world where so much information is transmitted and shared electronically, ethical standards that in general society are applied to this medium, are often ignored or forgotten. This paper will discuss some of the ethical considerations that should be considered in electronic commerce and offer the possible solutions that can encourage developers to consider ethical considerations and prove excellence and trust to the consumer.
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220103 Ethical Use of New Technology (eg Nanotechnology, Biotechnology)
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