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Technology facilitates certain behaviours. This underlies the argument that the Internet may not be as benign as we might like to think. It is argued in this paper, through examination of the case of the capture of a large number of people on charges of possession of child pornography, that the...
A number of central government policy initiatives in the UK are encouraging the sharing of information between government and other partners. A relatively large amount of information is available to enhance social inclusion but this data does not always have the detail granularity required to...
The aim of this paper is to provide insights into how information IS practitioners can develop further their awareness on ethical issues. In the context of the paper, awareness means able to identify and deal with issues of ethics in activities of information systems planning, development and...
During the period of growth of ecommerce, ebusiness and online life in general, trust has been identified by a number of authors as a key factor, the absence of which can act as a powerful disincentive to an individuals engagement in a transaction. This has encouraged a great deal of research...
This paper looks at citizenfacing egovernment. It considers how the nondiscretionary nature of the citizens relationshipwith government makes citizenfacing egovernment different from businessconsumer ecommerce. Combined with the moral basis of the state, the paper argues that there is an...
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