Encyclopedia of Information Ethics and SecurityEncyclopedia of Information Ethics and Security

Ethics of AI / Kevin B. Korb . ... Homo Electricus and the Continued Speciation of Humans / Katina Michael and M. G. Michael .........312 IT Security Culture Transition Process / Leanne Ngo .

Author: Quigley, Marian

Publisher: IGI Global

ISBN: 9781591409885


Page: 696

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Rapid technological advancement has given rise to new ethical dilemmas and security threats, while the development of appropriate ethical codes and security measures fail to keep pace, which makes the education of computer users and professionals crucial. The Encyclopedia of Information Ethics and Security is an original, comprehensive reference source on ethical and security issues relating to the latest technologies. Covering a wide range of themes, this valuable reference tool includes topics such as computer crime, information warfare, privacy, surveillance, intellectual property and education. This encyclopedia is a useful tool for students, academics, and professionals.

Encyclopedia of Information Science and Technology Third EditionEncyclopedia of Information Science and Technology Third Edition

Computer Security and Risky Computing Practices: A Rational Choice Perspective. Journal of Organizational and End User Computing, 16(3), 22–40. doi:10.4018/ joeuc.2004070102 Freeman, L., & Peace, G. (2004). Information Ethics: Privacy ...

Author: Khosrow-Pour, Mehdi

Publisher: IGI Global

ISBN: 9781466658899


Page: 10384

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"This 10-volume compilation of authoritative, research-based articles contributed by thousands of researchers and experts from all over the world emphasized modern issues and the presentation of potential opportunities, prospective solutions, and future directions in the field of information science and technology"--Provided by publisher.

International Encyclopedia of Information and Library ScienceInternational Encyclopedia of Information and Library Science

Huntsberry, J.S. (1992) 'Library security', Journal of Information Ethics 1: 46–50. Jones, D. and Larkin, G. (1993) 'Securing a good design: A library building consultant and an architect consider library security', Australasian Public ...

Author: John Feather

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781134513215


Page: 736

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The International Encyclopedia of Information and Library Science was published to widespread acclaim in 1996, and has become the major reference work in the field. This eagerly awaited new edition has been fully revised and updated to take full account of the many and radical changes which have taken place since the Encyclopedia was originally conceived. With nearly 600 entries, written by a global team of over 150 contributors, the subject matter ranges from mobile library services provided by camel and donkey transport to search engines, portals and the World Wide Web. The new edition retains the successful structure of the first with an alphabetical organization providing the basic framework of a coherent collection of connected entries. Conceptual entries explore and explicate all the major issues, theories and activities in information and library science, such as the economics of information and information management. A wholly new entry on information systems, and enhanced entries on the information professions and the information society, are key features of this new edition. Topical entries deal with more specific subjects, such as collections management and information services for ethnic minorities. New or completely revised entries include a group of entries on information law, and a collection of entries on the Internet and the World Wide Web.

Information MarketsInformation Markets

Global information ethics: Intercultural perspectives on past and future research. ... Information ethics: On the philosophical foundations of computer ethics. ... Encyclopedia of Information Ethics and Security (pp. 542-548).

Author: Frank Linde

Publisher: Walter de Gruyter

ISBN: 9783110236101


Page: 638

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Information Markets is a compendium of the i-commerce, the commerce with digital information, content as well as software. Information Markets is a comprehensive overview of the state of the art of economic and information science endeavors on the markets of digital information. It provides a strategic guideline for information providers how to analyse their market environment and how to develop possible strategic actions. It is a book for information professionals, both for students of LIS (Library and Information Science), CIS (Computer and Information Science) or Information Management curricula and for practitioners as well as managers in these fields.

Language Culture Computation Computational Linguistics and LinguisticsLanguage Culture Computation Computational Linguistics and Linguistics

Encyclopedia of Information Ethics and Security, pp. 638–644. IGI Global (formerly Idea Group), Hershey, Pennsylvania (2008) 248. Nissan, E.: Argument Structure Models and Visualization. In: Pagani, M. (ed.) Encyclopedia of Multimedia ...

Author: Nachum Dershowitz

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9783642453274


Page: 868

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This Festschrift volume is published in Honor of Yaacov Choueka on the occasion of this 75th birthday. The present three-volumes liber amicorum, several years in gestation, honours this outstanding Israeli computer scientist and is dedicated to him and to his scientific endeavours. Yaacov's research has had a major impact not only within the walls of academia, but also in the daily life of lay users of such technology that originated from his research. An especially amazing aspect of the temporal span of his scholarly work is that half a century after his influential research from the early 1960s, a project in which he is currently involved is proving to be a sensation, as will become apparent from what follows. Yaacov Choueka began his research career in the theory of computer science, dealing with basic questions regarding the relation between mathematical logic and automata theory. From formal languages, Yaacov moved to natural languages. He was a founder of natural-language processing in Israel, developing numerous tools for Hebrew. He is best known for his primary role, together with Aviezri Fraenkel, in the development of the Responsa Project, one of the earliest fulltext retrieval systems in the world. More recently, he has headed the Friedberg Genizah Project, which is bringing the treasures of the Cairo Genizah into the Digital Age. This third part of the three-volume set covers a range of topics related to language, ranging from linguistics to applications of computation to language, using linguistic tools. The papers are grouped in topical sections on: natural language processing; representing the lexicon; and neologisation.

Ethics in ICT An Australian PerspectiveEthics in ICT An Australian Perspective

Associate Professor Donald McDermid has worked at the School of Computer and Information Science at Edith Cowan ... Her recent publications include Encyclopedia of Information Ethics and Security (IGI Global, Hershey, PA, USA, ...

Author: Donald McDermid

Publisher: Pearson Higher Education AU

ISBN: 9781442552159


Page: 381

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Ethics in ICT – An Australian perspective has been written for students studying the Ethics of Information and Computer Technology (ICT) and explores how the potential consequences of our actions can affect user communities. It addresses the topics of ethics, social implications, professional practice and interpersonal communications outlined in the Australian Computer Society (ACS) guidelines for professional accreditation of ICT courses. The authors of this wholly Australian text encourage students preparing for a career in the exciting and ever-changing ICT industry to consider ethical issues and social responsibility.

Technical Writing for SuccessTechnical Writing for Success

cover letter sent via, 270 ethical issues in, 129 formatting, 115 misdirected, 108 overview, 106 permanent record of, ... 49 Encyclopedia of Information Ethics and Security, 49 Ending news releases (-30- or #11), 206 End users, 32 ...

Author: Darlene Smith-Worthington

Publisher: Cengage Learning

ISBN: 9781111786786


Page: 448

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Taking an applied approach to teaching workplace writing, TECHNICAL WRITING FOR SUCCESS 3E is a comprehensive text designed to focus on skills that employers demand in today's workplace-thinking, listening, composing, revising, and editing. Students are encouraged to acquire many workplace skills through integrated and applied instruction so that mastering technical writing is relevant and exciting. Abundant model documents reflect Office 2007 formats and include questions providing critical thinking opportunities. This comprehensive text features an engaging writing style, student and real-world models, write-to-learn activities, expanded oral presentation coverage, and much more. TECHNICAL WRITING FOR SUCCESS 3E provides instruction on the less common documents not covered in general communication texts, e.g., proposals, news releases, science lab reports, and instructions. Chapter contents include technical research; writing for the Web; brief informative, brief investigative and recommendation reports; as well as technical reading. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.

Information Security for ManagersInformation Security for Managers

Meta view of information ethics. In M. Quigley (Ed.), Encyclopedia of information and ethics security (pp. 445–450). Hershey, PA: IGI Global Press. 48. Tapp, J. L., & Kohlberg, L. (1977). Developing senses of law and legal justice.

Author: Michael Workman

Publisher: Jones & Bartlett Publishers

ISBN: 9780763793012


Page: 594

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Utilizing an incremental development method called knowledge scaffolding--a proven educational technique for learning subject matter thoroughly by reinforced learning through an elaborative rehearsal process--this new resource includes coverage on threats to confidentiality, integrity, and availability, as well as countermeasures to preserve these.

ECIAIR 2021 3rd European Conference on the Impact of Artificial Intelligence and Robotics ECIAIR 2021 3rd European Conference on the Impact of Artificial Intelligence and Robotics

Ethics for the information age. Boston, MA: Pearson. Ruvinsky, A. I. (2007). Computational ethics. In Encyclopedia of information ethics and security (pp. 76-82). IGI Global. Segun, S. T. (2021). From machine ethics to computational ...

Author: Prof Florinda Matos

Publisher: Academic Conferences and publishing limited

ISBN: 9781914587238



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Unconventional AnthroponymsUnconventional Anthroponyms

Analysis of Evidence: How to Do Things with Facts (with a teacher's manual). ... In Encyclopedia of Multimedia Technology and Networking, 2nd edition, Vol. ... In Encyclopedia of Information Ethics and Security, M. Quigley (ed.), 30–35.

Author: Oliviu Felecan

Publisher: Cambridge Scholars Publishing

ISBN: 9781443868624


Page: 550

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Unconventional Anthroponyms: Formation Patterns and Discursive Function continues a series of collective volumes comprising studies on onomastics, edited by Oliviu Felecan with Cambridge Scholars Publishing. Previous titles in this series include Name and Naming: Synchronic and Diachronic Perspectives (2012) and Onomastics in Contemporary Public Space (2013, co-edited with Alina Bugheşiu). In contemporary naming practice, one can distinguish two verbal (linguistic) means of nominal referential identification: a “natural” one, which occurs in the process of conventional, official, canonical, standard naming and results in conventional/official/canonical/standard anthroponyms; a “motivated” one, which occurs in the process of unconventional, unofficial, uncanonical, non-standard naming and results in unconventional/unofficial/uncanonical/non-standard anthroponyms. The significance of an official name is arbitrary, conventional, unmotivated, occasional and circumstantial, as names are not likely to carry any intrinsic meaning; names are given by third parties (parents, godparents, other relatives and so on) with the intention to individualise (to differentiate from other individuals). Any meaning with which a name might be endowed should be credited to the name giver: s/he assigns several potential interpretations to the phonetic form of choice, based on his/her aesthetic and cultural options and other kinds of tastes, which are manifested at a certain time. Unconventional anthroponyms (nicknames, bynames, user names, pseudonyms, hypocoristics, individual and group appellatives that undergo anthroponymisation) are nominal “derivatives” that result from a name giver’s wish to attach a specifying/defining verbal (linguistic) tag to a certain individual. An unconventional anthroponym is a person’s singular signum, which may convey a practical necessity (to avoid anthroponymic homonymy: the existence of several bearers for a particular name) or the intention to qualify a certain human type (to underline specific difference – in this case, the unconventional anthroponym has an over-individualising role – or, on the contrary, to mark an individual’s belonging to a class, his/her association with other individuals with whom s/he is typologically related – see the case of generic unconventional anthroponyms).