Digital Ethics and the Paradox of Privacy in the Modern World
Dimensions of Privacy in the Digital Era and How to Help Organizations and Individuals Navigate This New Landscape
There are social, societal, economic, and equality implications of privacy. What are the many dimensions of privacy in this digital age and who is responsible for safe-guarding it? What are the moral rights, duties, and responsibilities of the individuals and organizations? How do we navigate the complex nature of being social beings while still demanding all aspects of privacy? How does higher education play into these questions?
privacy, morality, societal, economic, equality, digital ethics, digital era, dimensions of privacy, social beings, ethics, religious study, theology, technology
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Elia, Anthony, "Digital Ethics and the Paradox of Privacy in the Modern World" (2018). Bridwell Library Research. 20.