Conference Cyberethics an the Balance of Individual, Communitarian and Corporate Insterests
This conference addressed the emerging popularity of the Internet and how the individual, community, and corporation will be represented in this different environment. Scholars spoke on the preservation of democracy on the Internet and of the individual?s right to free speech. While, others spoke about corporate policy and technological advancement in response to the Internet and our ethical demands.
INTRODUCTION Bruce MacLaury President The Brookings Institution
PANEL 1Cyberethics Education: You Have to be More Than Aware Moderator: Charles Atterbury
John Artz George Washington University 'Putting Values into Practice: Dialectic Value Clarification'
Chris Farley, Ted Gould, Karen Caddell, Sandy Pizak, Richard Maginn Smokey Hill High School 'Cyberethics Education'
PANEL 2 Moderator: Richard Abbott
Jacques Berleur Loyola University, Chicago 'Self-Regulation and Democracy in the Cybercommunity'
Richard Spinello Boton College 'Free Speech in Cyberspace'
George Randels, Jr. Center for Ethics in Public Policy, Emory University 'Virtual Communities and Virtuous Reality'
PANEL 3 Moderator: Patrick Sullivan
John Loughney Westfield State College 'Managing High-technology Ethics: Rights vs. Values'
Maarten van Swaay Kansas State University 'Magic or Mischief: the Illusion of Cyberspace as a 'Technological Fix''
John Weckert Charles Sturt University 'Local Codes in a Global Context: Ethical Consistency in the Electronic Community'
PANEL 4Intellectual Property and Anonymity on the Internet Moderator: David Trickett
Helena Kobrin Church of Scientology
David Johnson Electronic Frontier Foundation
Richard Stallman Free Software Foundation
PANEL 5Cyberethics and the Professionalization of Software Engineering and Computer Security Moderator: Patrick Sullivan
Deborah Johnson Rensselaer Polytechnic University
Robert Melford IEEE Computer Society
Donald Gotterbarn East Tennessee State University
Kathleen Harvey McGraw-Hill
PANEL 6 Moderator: Jack Loughney
Greg Hendee Bowling Green State University 'What I Should Know: The Ethics of Information'
John Fodor Research Center on Computing and Society 'Action and Accountability in Cyberspace'