Conference Building Ethical Culture in Cyberspace: Further Pursuit of a 'Ten Commandments' for Computer Ethics
This conference discussed the wide array of ethical frameworks that have been and need to be established within the fields of identity in cyberspace, the public perception of the Internet, the relationship between law and the Internet, privacy and computer practices, and medical records in databases. The conference also called for a means to inform children about computer ethics and eventually gave rise to the 1996 Kids and Computers conference.
INTRODUCTION Bruce MacLaury President The Brookings Institution
PANEL 1Traps of the Virtual Society Moderator: Ramon Barquin The Washington Consulting Group
Stephanie Shorrow Boston Herald
Angela Gunn 'Identity in Cyberspace'
Alicia Juarerro Prince George's Community College
Jonathan Merril Hitechsplantation
Victor Cosentino Finkelstein, Thompson & Loughran
PANEL 2Technologies of Pursuit: Case Studies, Assessment Methods & Decision Making Moderator: David Trickett
Bob Barger Eastern Illinois University
Patrick F. Sullivan Computer Ethics Institute
Maarten van Swaay Kansas State University
Peter Tippett Symantec/Peter Norton
Blaise Liffick Millersville University
PANEL 3Ethics and the Infrastructure Moderator: Patrick F. Sullivan