In Pursuit of a 'Ten Commandments' for Computer Ethics
Computer Ethics Institute, May 7, 1992
Ramon C. Barquin , Washington Consulting Group and Computer Ethics Institute
This paper begins with an overview of what has occurred in the Computer Ethics Conferences previous to 1992 and reaches the conclusion "that the time is ripe to enter into a normative phase as we attempt to pursue a 'ten commandments' for computer ethics." Ramon Barquin discusses the role the Computer Ethics Institute has played and then, leads into the need for a set of standards to guide and instruct people in the ethical use of computers. Barquin calls for the use of the 'Ten Commandments for Computer Ethics.' This is where the 'Ten Commandments for Computer Ethics' was first presented and has since been used by hundreds of schools and corporations.
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