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By Richard A. Spinello

@</B> This choice of forty two top quality, well-researched case reports on details and machine ethics addresses the main salient moral problems with the knowledge age, and illustrates the major issues of computing device experts and knowledge managers this day. It engages readers who're newcomers in machine issues—and people who find themselves extra involved—in a thrilling discovery technique. <B> The instances surround components equivalent to privateness, unfastened speech, highbrow estate, net entry, and coverage discussions—and characteristic the Microsoft trial, the Napster case, the FBI's Carnivore expertise, and the AOL Time Warner merger. <B></B> For managers, executives, and IT pros who paintings within the box of machine know-how, and to be used in company administration teaching programs.

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