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IJSTR >> Volume 8 - Issue 1, January 2019 Edition

International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research

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ISSN 2277-8616

Ethical Implications Of Information Technology

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Winwin Yadiati; Meiryani



Ethical, Information, Technology, Implications, Information Technology, Morals, Law



Ethics in the use of computers are receiving greater attention than before. Computer ethics is very important because people have certain perceptions and fears with the use of computers. The features of computer use that are worrying to the public are the ability to program computers to do anything, the fact that computers can change everyday life and the fact that what a computer does may not be visible to people who are victims. Society in general gives attention mainly because of the awareness that computers can interfere with individual privacy rights, property and access. Whereas in the business world, one of the main reasons for this concern is the problem of software piracy that can significantly reduce the revenue of software sellers. But the subject of computer ethics is deeper than privacy and piracy. Computers are powerful social equipment, which can help or disturb the community in many ways, all of which depend on how they are used. Our behavior is directed by morals, ethics, and law.



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