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Preface -- Acknowledgments -- Foreword -- 1. Introduction to cyberethics: Concepts, perspectives, and methodological frameworks -- 2. Ethical concepts and ethical theories: Establishing and justifying a moral system -- 3. Critical thinking skills and logical arguments: Tools for evaluating cyberethics issues -- 4. Professional ethics, codes of conduct, and moral responsibility -- 5. Privacy and cyberspace -- 6. Security in cyberspace -- 7. Cybercrime and cyber-related crimes -- 8. Intellectual property disputes in cyberspace -- 9. Regulating commerce and speech in cyberspace -- 10. The digital divide and the transformation of work -- 11. Community, personal identity, and our sense of self in cyberspace -- 12. Ethical aspects of emerging and converging technologies -- Glossary -- Index.
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