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From the Publisher“Charles Ess's revised edition of Digital Media Ethics is a thorough and approachable introduction to an area of ethics that is increasingly important as the information age accelerates into a new era of globalization. Ess’s sensitivity to cultural awareness and difference makes this an important contribution: I highly recommend it for the classroom and generally curious readers alike.”
Anthony Beavers, University of Evansville, and president of the International Association for Computing and Philosophy
"I highly recommend this book for school and university courses on Information Ethics around the world. Clearly written, it opens vistas for intercultural dialogue on ethical issues of the cyberworld."
Rafael Capurro, International Center for Information Ethics
"Internet researchers and teachers will be thrilled with this revised edition of the deservedly popular Digital Media Ethics. Ess combines philosophical sophistication with clarity of exposition, addressing a wide range of topics. Thoroughly updated with many up-to-the-minute examples, it is a wonderful resource for teachers, students, and anyone who cares about ethical issues brought about by the digital age."
Alison Adam, Sheffield Hallam University