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The Principles of Information Ethics

The Principles of Information Ethics - Richard James Severson A librarian at Marylhurst wrote this! So cool. Really smart author with readable content (the computer stuff is a little out-dated, but the author is forward thinking). I like how he separates morality from religion and seats ethics smack between morality and the law. I like how he indicates that the law isn't a solution for the underlying personal issues going on. The technological age removes the immediacy of consequences, making really big decisions seem unreal. Severson makes them real again.

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