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Philosophy in the Contemporary World

Volume 9, Issue 1, Spring/Summer 2002

Luciano Floridi
Pages 39-45

Information Ethics
An Environmental Approach to the Digital Divide

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  • Luciano Floridi. ACM SIGCAS Computers and Society. Information ethics, its nature and scope 2005. [CrossRef]
  • Michał Krawczyk, Joanna Tyrowicz, Anna Kukla-Gryz, Wojciech Hardy. Behaviour & Information Technology. Do pirates play fair? Testing copyright awareness of sports viewers 2017. [CrossRef]
  • Cristina Simone, Mara Cerquetti, Antonio La Sala. Museum Management and Curatorship. Museums in the Infosphere: reshaping value creation 2021. [CrossRef]
  • Jordi Vallverdú i Segura. Minds and Machines. Computational Epistemology and e-Science: A New Way of Thinking 2009. [CrossRef]
  • Laura Hosman, Martin Andrés Pérez Comisso. Journal of Information, Communication and Ethics in Society. How do we understand “meaningful use” of the internet? Of divides, skills and socio-technical awareness 2020. [CrossRef]
  • Gian Maria Greco, Luciano Floridi. Ethics and Information Technology. The tragedy of the digital commons 2004. [CrossRef]
  • Philip Brey. Ethics and Information Technology. Do we have moral duties towards information objects? 2008. [CrossRef]
  • Anke van Gorp. Evaluating New Technologies 2009: 35. [CrossRef]
  • Luciano Floridi. Ethics and Information Technology. Information technologies and the tragedy of the Good Will 2006. [CrossRef]
  • Mücella Ates. Handbook of Research on Smart Territories and Entrepreneurial Ecosystems for Social Innovation and Sustainable Growth 2020: 1. [CrossRef]
  • Tannaz Monfaredzadeh, Robert Krueger. Procedia Engineering. Investigating Social Factors of Sustainability in a Smart City 2015. [CrossRef]
  • Thomas D. Parsons. Ethical Challenges in Digital Psychology and Cyberpsychology 2019. [CrossRef]
  • Don Fallis. Library Hi Tech. Information ethics for twenty‐first century library professionals 2007. [CrossRef]
  • Miguel Sicart. Ethics and Information Technology. The banality of simulated evil: designing ethical gameplay 2009. [CrossRef]
  • Luciano Floridi. The Information Society. A Look into the Future Impact of ICT on Our Lives 2007. [CrossRef]
  • Catherine Closet-Crane, Susan Dopp, Jacqueline Solis, James M. Nyce. Advances in Library Administration and Organization 2009: 221. [CrossRef]
  • Valeria Giardino. Luciano Floridi’s Philosophy of Technology 2012: 105. [CrossRef]
  • Luciano Floridi. ACM SIGCAS Computers and Society. Information ethics, its nature and scope 2006. [CrossRef]
  • Vassilis Galanos. Computing and Philosophy 2016: 229. [CrossRef]
  • Maayan Zhitomirsky-Geffet, Lala Hajibayova. Journal of Documentation. A new framework for ethical creation and evaluation of multi-perspective knowledge organization systems 2020. [CrossRef]
  • Jordi Vallverdú. Intelligent Educational Machines 2007: 51. [CrossRef]
  • Michael Dahan. International Journal of E-Politics. The Gaza Strip as Panopticon and Panspectron 2013. [CrossRef]
  • Miguel Angel Gutierrez. Foresight. Latin America and the digital economy challenge 2004. [CrossRef]
  • Ramesh Pandita. Journal of Information Science Theory and Practice. Information Pollution, a Mounting Threat: Internet a Major Causality 2014. [CrossRef]
  • Charles Ess. Ethics and Information Technology. Luciano Floridi’s philosophy of information and information ethics: Critical reflections and the state of the art 2008. [CrossRef]
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