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Sixth Annual Ethics and Technology Conference

June 27-28, 2003

Conference Venue:Boston College, Chestnut Hill, MA, USA


Sponsored by

  • Boston College
  • Loyola University, Chicago
  • Holy Cross College
  • St. Louis University

Call for Papers

**Important Dates

Paper (or Abstract) Submission: January 24, 2003

Referee's Decision March 12, 2003

Final, Formatted Papers April 25, 2003

Conference Dates June 27-28, 2003 (immediately following the CEPE Conference at Boston College; the registration fee of $150 for INSEIT members will cover both conferences.)

**Conference Theme:

Intellectual Property Rights in a Networked World

Papers related to all topics in information technology ethics are also welcome; other suggested topics include: the problems of regulation and governance of cyberspace; free speech in cyberspace; ethical issues in e-commerce; Internet access and the digital divide; etc.

**Paper Submission Details: Papers should be about 5,000 to 6,000 words in length. You can submit a 500 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 format. Panel proposals are also welcome. Papers and proposals should be submitted electronically to:

**Publication of Papers: All accepted papers will be published in print and on-line versions of the conference proceedings which will be available at the time of the conference. The Program Committee will choose the best papers for inclusion in a special volume of Ethics and Information Technology, the leading journal in this field published by Kluwer Academic Publishers.

**Conference Committee:

Richard A. Spinello, Boston College, Carroll School of Management

Lori Egan, Boston College, Carroll School of Management

Joyce O'Connor, Carroll School of Management

Judith McMorrow, Boston College Law School

John Nann, Boston College Law School

Alfred Yen, Boston College Law School

Laurie King Smith, Holy Cross College


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