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Should Google take ethics lessons from the media?

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In leaving China for ethical reasons, Google was acting like a media company following a set of values. By Mercedes Bunz
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Ethics for a Digital Age

Ethics for a Digital Age | ETHICS | Scoop.it
New technologies are breaking down the border between what the real and the virtual. And ethical questions posed in "The Matrix" turn from fiction into fact.
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A Beginners Guide to Internet, Digital and Social Media Ethics for Counsellors and Psychologists

http://www.australiacounselling.com.au In this 30-minute interview, San Francisco psychologist and digital ethics expert Dr Keely Kolmes discusses some of th...
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Introducing: The Zuckerberg Files - Huffington Post

Introducing: The Zuckerberg Files - Huffington Post | ETHICS | Scoop.it
Introducing: The Zuckerberg Files Huffington Post An important step towards addressing these concerns is to gain a better understanding of how Facebook sees its own role in within these debates, and how it frames these privacy and ethical issues...
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Authenticity and ethics in a digital world

Authenticity and ethics in a digital world | ETHICS | Scoop.it
Authentic: "true to one's own personality, spirit, or character" (Merriam-Webster) Ethical: "in accordance with principles of conduct that are considered correct, esp those of a given profession or...
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Is Developing Artificial Intelligence (AI) Ethical? | Idea Channel | PBS Digital Studios

If you're even the slightest bit familiar with pop culture from the past 50 years, you know that we've been anxiously awaiting robots to become a part of our...
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Reframing Ethics in a Digital World [Howard GARDNER]

Reframing Ethics in a Digital World [Howard GARDNER] | ETHICS | Scoop.it

- Schooling and education [in a digital and internet age]

 

Schooling, in terms of people going to a building from 8:00am to 3:00pm, is going to be less and less prevalent. Education is going to be lifelong. It’s going to start very early, and as long as people are active, they are going to have to keep learning. It’s very different than from a century ago when a person attended high school, if that, and he/she was set for life. A lot of education will take place via distance.

 

We don't yet know the pros and cons of distance learning with young kids. I certainly think human face-to-face interaction is very important, but we are going to have to demonstrate that to skeptics. Skeptics will say that if we can do distance learning with a 3-year-old, then that’s the way it should be done.

 

People who believe in face-to face learning and older people who believe in residential education, as I do, will have to show that it has benefits that distance learning does not. Some of the negatives connected with both distance and face-to-face learning (e.g. cheating, bullying) will also have to be dealt with. They wont be able to be swept up under the rug.

 

A MUST read:

http://dmlhub.net/newsroom/expert-interviews/reframing-ethics-digital-world

 


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Let's Debate Social Media Communication Ethics - Huffington Post

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Let's Debate Social Media Communication Ethics
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He challenges a key point in The New Ethics of Journalism (2014), a volume edited by Kelly McBride and Tom Rosenstiel - Ward wants to reform independence rather than replace it.
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Digital Smarts: Behaving Ethically Online

http://www.hrmvideo.com Cyber ethics and respect for others online are critical skills to acquire for today's connected teens. The message of this teen-cente...
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