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A Gift of Fire: Social, Legal, and Ethical Issues for Computing and the Internet

A Gift of Fire: Social, Legal, and Ethical Issues for Computing and the Internet
Author(s) : Sara Baase
Publisher : Prentice Hall
Pub. Date : May 2008
Edition : 3rd
Format : Softcover
ISBN-10 : 0136008488
ISBN-13 : 9780136008484
IE ISBN : 013501137X / 9780135011379
Subject(s) : Computer Science & Technology
In this timely revision of a best-seller, Baase explores the social, legal, philosophical, ethical, political, constitutional, and economic implications of computing and the controversies they raise. With a computer scientist’s perspective, and with historical context for many issues, she covers the issues students will face both as members of a technological society and as professionals in computer-related fields. A primary goal is to develop computer professionals who understand the implications of what they create and how it fits into society at large. This text is ideal for courses in Computer Ethics and Copmputers and Society. Updated throughout, the Third Edition removes outdated material and adds many new topics.

This is a brand new International Edition. The cover may look different but the book content (in english) is the same with US Hardcover. Printed in original color on high quality paper. Everything is identical to US Edition.


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