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Illinois Tech Library Guides

Computer & Information Ethics: Access Issues

A guide exploring ethical issues in computer and information sciences, including issues such as access, privacy, security, free speech and censorship.

Definitions

From the Oxford English Dictionary

Digital Divide - the gulf between those who have ready access to current digital technology (esp. computers and the Internet) and those who do not; (also) social or educational inequality resulting from this.

Network Neutrality - The fact or quality of carrying or handling data regardless of the network, platform etc., on which it is available; (later) spec. the fact or principle of Internet Service Providers enabling access to all content and applications regardless of the source or destination, and without favouring or blocking particular formats, products, web sites, etc.

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Librarian

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Kelly Laas
Contact:
Center for the Study of Ethics in the Professions
10 W. 35th Street
14th Floor
312-567-6913
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Subjects:Ethics

Net Neutrality Articles from the NY Times

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