The Computer Ethics Institute began with a unique synthesis of industry, academic, and public policy interests. The founding organizations were The Brookings Institution, IBM, the Washington Consulting Group, and the Washington Theological Consortium. This collaborative philosophy is reflected in the Institute's constituency, which is comprised of members of the IT professions and the academic, corporate, and public-policy communities.
Ramon Barquin, President President, Barquin Associates
Jane Fishkin, Vice President CIO Emerita, The Brookings Institution
Tibor Purger, Treasurer Director, Integrated Information Systems, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey
Stuart Allen, Secretary Project Manager, The Brookings Institution
Agnes Hegyi, IT Analyst, The Brookings Institution
Beginning in 1985 as the Coalition for Computer Ethics, and incorporated in 1992 as the Computer Ethics Institute, CEI is a 501(c)(3) research, education and policy study organization that has focused on the interface of advances in information technologies, ethics and corporate and public policy.
It is the Computer Ethics Institute's objective to undertake research about the actual and potential effects of information technology and provide advice to individuals, communities, organizations, and government concerning their ethical and social responsibilities.
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