Computing Ethics Course

This course will develop the ethical foundations of good professional practice in computing and will give students an informed awareness of the principal issues of ethics and professional responsibility in the development and use of computers and information systems. It will provide a basic survey of ethical theories and discuss the role of professional organizations in maintaining good practice, both in general and then specifically in the computing industry. It will also consider legislation that applies in the computing industry, including three major areas of ethical concern in computing: computer cracking, data privacy and intellectual property of software.

**Course Syllabus Second Semester(2017_2018)

*** Course Project : Suggested topics

** Course Material :

Chapter One

Chapter One ( The New Material )

Chapter two ( Privacy )

Chapter four (Intellectual property)

Chapter Five ( Crime )

Chapter Six ( Work )