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Ethics in Software Engineering, Net Neutrality and Badware - What obligations rest on software engineers to act ethically in their profession?

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1 Author(s)
Evans, S. ; Sian Evans & Assoc., Hout Bay, South Africa

What obligations are there on software engineers to act ethically in their development of code? This paper explores the IEEE Code of Conduct and issues of badware, privacy and net neutrality.

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Software Engineering Colloquium (SE), 2012 4th

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24-24 May 2012