Right and Wrong in Cyberspace

Friday, October 21 | 11:30AM–12:30PM | Exhibit Hall West A2
Session Type: Professional Development
Although Google tells us that "computer ethics" appears on 130,000 Web pages, many of our legislators, professors, and judges would argue that it's nowhere to be found. The question of right and wrong in cyberspace confronts us daily in an age of file sharing, spam, pushbutton plagiarism, and tell-all blogs. This session explores some of the Internet's most challenging ethical issues with a panel of experts.


  • Deborah Johnson

    Anne Shirley Carter Olsson Professor of Applied Ethics, University of Virginia
  • Howard Schmidt

    Former White House Cyber Security Advisor and President & CEO, R & H Security Consulting LLC

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