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Title Information ethics : privacy, property, and power / edited by Adam D. Moore.

Published Seattle : University of Washington Press, ©2005.


Location Call No. Status
Edition 1st ed.
Physical description 1 online resource (455 pages)
Series Books at JSTOR Evidence Based Acquisitions
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Introduction to moral reasoning / Tom Regan -- Utilitarianism / John Stuart Mill -- Metaphysics of morals / Immanuel Kant -- Feminist transformations of moral theory / Virginia Held -- Intellectual property is still property / Frank H. Easterbrook -- Are patents and copyrights morally justified? / Tom G. Palmer -- Biopiracy or bioprivateering? / Richard Stallman -- Intangible property : privacy, power, and information control / Adam D. Moore / Why collaborative free works should be protected by the law / Lawrence Sanger -- Right to privacy / Samuel D. Warren and Louis D. Brandeis -- Social life of genes : privacy, property, and the new genetics / Margaret Everett -- Employee monitoring : evaluative surveillance v. privacy / Adam D. Moore -- Personal autonomy and Caller ID / James Stacey Taylor -- Rationales for freedom of speech / Kent Greenawalt -- Digital speech and democratic culture : a theory of freedom of expression for the information society / Jack M. Balkin -- Privacy, photography, and the press / T. Allen [and others] -- Carnivore, the FBI's e-mail surveillance system : devouring criminals, not privacy / Griffin S. Dunham -- Privacy isn't everything : accountability as a personal and social good / Anita Allen -- National security at what price? : a look into civil liberty concerns in the information age under the USA PATRIOT Act / Jacob R. Lilly.
Summary "This anthology focuses on the ethical issues surrounding information control in the broadest sense. Anglo-American institutions of intellectual property protect and restrict access to vast amounts of information. Ideas and expressions captured in music, movies, paintings, processes of manufacture, human genetic information, and the like are protected domestically and globally."--Jacket.
Other author Moore, Adam D., 1965-
JSTOR issuing body.
Subject Freedom of information.
Information society.
Intellectual property.
Privacy, Right of.
Communication -- Moral and ethical aspects.
Information technology -- Social aspects.
Electronic books.
ISBN 9780295803661 (electronic bk.)
0295803665 (electronic bk.)