Friday & Saturday, June 27-28, 2003
Also, co-sponsored by the International Society for Ethics and Information Technology (INSEIT)
Paper (or Abstract) Submission: January 24, 2003
Conference Dates June 27-28, 2003
The primary purpose of this conference is to continue the interdisciplinary dialogue about the ethical and social challenges triggered by the rapid diffusion of digital technology and the increasing ubiquity of the Internet. The special theme of the 2003 conference is Intellectual Property Rights in a Networked World. Papers focusing on the ethical dimension of digital music, the future of copyright, digital rights management, open source code, and Web site interconnectivity (e.g., the proper use of hyperlinks), are particularly relevant.
Please note, however, that papers related to all topics in Information and Communication Technology (ICT) ethics are also welcome; other suggested topics include: the challenges of regulating and governing cyberspace; content controls and free expression in cyberspace; ethical issues in e-commerce; privacy rights and the Internet; Internet access and the digital divide; the sovereignty of technology.
Paper Submission Details:
Papers should be about 5,000 to 6,000 words in length. You can submit a 500-1000
word abstract or the full paper by January 24th. If only an abstract is submitted
the completed papers will be due on April 25th. All papers and abstracts must
be in rtf or Microsoft Word format. Panel proposals are also welcome. Papers
and proposals should be submitted electronically to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
They can also be sent to:
Lori Egan, Carroll School of Management
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Updated: June 23, 2003
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