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Technology and ethics: pretend someone is watching

Technology and ethics: pretend someone is watching | Silvana Richardson | Scoop.it
Technology is making us anonymous and without a watcher we're feeling free to do the wrong thing.
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Super-human brain technology sparks ethics debate

Super-human brain technology sparks ethics debate. A British ethics group has launched a debate on the ethical dilemmas posed by new technologies that tap into the brain and could bring super-human strength.
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Online community ethics | Harold Jarche

Online community ethics | Harold Jarche | Silvana Richardson | Scoop.it
Are you on Facebook? Who isn't these days? Here's a question about using Facebook as an extension of work or classroom learning. Is it ethical to force people (over whom you have some power & authority) to use Facebook ...
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Pedagogical Ethics in a Digital Age

Pedagogical Ethics in a Digital Age | Silvana Richardson | Scoop.it

In some situations, it’s now rather taboo to communicate with students over Facebook. Once a realm for innovative pedagogy, the site has now, for most people, become a strictly private (yet public) space.

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Ethics and Social Media: Where Should You Draw The Line?

Ethics and Social Media: Where Should You Draw The Line? | Silvana Richardson | Scoop.it
A recent survey shed light on the ethics of frequent social networkers. "Social networking has become very important in our culture, and we wondered if the technology is influencing employees’ views about ethics at work."
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How to Ruin Your Life in 14 Minutes: Or Why We Need a Serious Conversation About the Ethics of Social Media

How to Ruin Your Life in 14 Minutes: Or Why We Need a Serious Conversation About the Ethics of Social Media | Silvana Richardson | Scoop.it
In just the last few years, social media has created a new generation super-empowered individuals. We are now able to broadcast our ideas, our images, our videos, and our opinions like never before. It has increased both the size of our potential audiences and the speed with which we can reach those audiences. It's given us the tools to support charitable causes, to speak out against questionable business practices, to chastise our political leaders, and to launch social movements that can potentially change the world.

It has also given us the tools to ruin lives -- both our own as well as others'.
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