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PHIL 2104 [0.5 credit] Computer Ethics

Philosophical foundations of computer ethics. The ethical impact of computerization on intellectual property rights, the right to privacy, and freedom of expression; ethical issues of risk management and reliability; professional codes. Ethical problems posed by specific technologies and research areas may also be included.
Precludes additional credit for PHIL 2106.
Prerequisite(s): a course in philosophy or second-year standing. Primarily intended for Computer Science students.
Lectures three hours a week.