Programme

ETHICOMP 2010 PROGRAMME (25/03/10)

PLENARY
Aula
Magna
STREAM A
Room 309
STREAM B
Room 310
STREAM C
Room 311
STREAM D
Room 312
DAY 1 - 14/04/10 WEDNESDAY
08:00Registration
09:00Plenary: Opening
09:45Plenary: Address by Terry Bynum and Simon Rogerson
10:30Break
11:00 1 Voting And Mix-And-Match Software
Wade L Robison
Responsibility Ascriptions and Organizational Structure: the Case of Oss Communities
Neelke Doorn
A Defense of Progress
Richard Volkman
11:30 2 The Finnish E-voting Experiment: What Went Wrong?
Olli I Heimo, N Ben Fairweather & Kai K Kimppa
Why Link Knowledge Management, Organizational Culture and Ethics: Analysing Empirical Inquiry
Gonçalo Jorge Morais Da Costa, Mary Prior & Simon Rogerson
Subsumption Ethics Redux: as ICT Moves Forwards, Backwards and Sideways
David H Gleason
12:00 3 Electronic Voting Systems and the Therac 25: What have we learned?
William M Fleischman
Integrative Approach to Maintaining the Image of the Information and Communication Technology (ICT) Organization: Case Study Among Finnish Enterprises
Mirja Airos
Seeing the Meaning: One Role for ICTs in the Development of Practical Wisdom
Timothy Walsh
12:30Lunch
14:00Plenary Keynote: The UNESCO Chair in Data Privacy research in car-to-car communication by Josep Domingo-Ferrer
15:30Break
16:00 4 My University, My Facilities: Exploring Student Attitudes to Ethical Usage
Mary Prior & Mike Leigh
Blogging as a Unique Example of Political Show in Cyberspace
Piotr Pawlak
From Electronic Medical Records to the Personal Health Space: How ICTs Will Transform Healthcare in the Next Decade
Manuel Sanromà & Joan M Adserà
16:30 5 Influencing the Ethical Awareness of Young ICT Professionals
Candace T Grant
Building Social Capital Through Web 2.0 Tools. The Case of the Catalan Third Social Sector
Teresa Torres-Coronas, María Arántzazu Vidal-Blasco & Ricard Monclús-Guitart
Consent in Medical Research and DNA Databanks: Ethical Implications and Challenges
Maria Bottis & Herman T Tavani
17:00 6 What Matters to Non-Experts About Property and Privacy Rights?
Stephen Lilley, Andra Gumbus & Frances S Grodzinsky
Japanese Risk Society: Trying to Create Complete Security and Safety Using Information and Communication Technology
Kiyoshi Murata & Yohko Orito
About Information Ethics Regarding Pain and Human Suffering
María Del Mar López & Porfirio Barroso
17:30INSEIT meeting - End day 1
DAY 2 - 15/04/10 THURSDAY
09:00 7 A Dialogical Approach When Learning Engineering Ethics in a Virtual Education Frame
Montse Serra & Josep M Basart
Toward a Model of Trust and E-Trust Processes Using Object-Oriented Methodologies
FS Grodzinsky, K Miller & MJ Wolf
Engaging the Students of Technology in an Ethical Discourse in the Information Age: Thoughts of Wiener and Gandhi
Manju Dhariwal, Ramesh C Pradhan & Raghubir Sharan
09:30 8 The Twitter Revolution
Wade L Robison
Embedding Ethics in European Information and Communication Technology Curricula
Penny Duquenoy, Bern Martens & Norberto Patrignani
Online Open Source Encyclopedias: Reflections on Trust, Expertise and Testimony
Paul B De Laat
The Problem of Teaching Ethical Theory to Computing Undergraduates
Suzy Jagger
10:00 9 Ethical Issues of the Use of Second Life in Higher Education
Matthew Croft Wake & Bernd Carsten Stahl
Finding a Core Curriculum in Technology Education
Matthew Edwards
Employing Social Media as a Tool in Information Systems Research
MJ Phythian, NB Fairweather & RG Howley
Education on Informatics Ethics: a Challenge to Social Development
Porfirio Barroso Asenjo & Mario González Arencibia
10:30Break
11:00 10 An Examination of the Impact of ICT, Particularly Social Networking, on the Education and Experiences of Young People of Secondary Statutory School Age
Anne Rogerson
Technology and the Control Society: a Research Programme Into the Ambiguity of Technology
Bernd Carsten Stahl
Conditions for an Effectiveness of Ethical Reflexivity in ICT-Based Projects: From Theory to Practice
Philippe Goujon & Catherine Flick
Web-Based Information System Development Methodologies for Today’s Critical Factors: Internet Speed and Web-Based Aesthetics
Mark Ramrattan, Jai Ramrattan, Nandish V Patel & Nabila Hussain
11:30 11 The Social and Ethical Implications Connected with the Development of Social Networking Websites
Janusz Wielki
Conrad, Kant and Computers: Looking to the Past for the Future of Professional Duty
Andy Bissett & Kai K Kimppa
Alienation and ICT: How Useful Is the Classical Concept of Alienation in Analyzing Problems of ICT?
Mike Healy & N Ben Fairweather
Computer Aided Ethical IT Systems Design
Iordanis Kavathatzopoulos & Mikael Laaksoharju
12:00 12 Aping Around: Investigating the Social and Ethical Implications of an Interactive Family DVD
Peggy Gregory, Karen Whittaker, Danielle Binns & Katie Taylor
Electronic Voting Technology, the Software Engineering Code of Ethics, and Conceptions of the Public Good
William M Fleischman
It’s not what you know it’s where you’re from: a Case for Social Justice in the International Flow of Knowledge with Specific Reference to African Scholars
J J Britz & S R Ponelis
Enhancing Risk Management in a Software Process to Cover Risks Referred to Software Users
Barbara Begier
12:30Lunch
14:00Plenary Keynote: Information Ethics and Culture: Revisiting Traditional Japanese Ethical Values by Kiyoshi Murata
15:30Break
16:00 13 Using ICT to Improve Employability Skills Opportunities for Women Within Ethnic Minority Group: a Study on Working for Families Project for Women in Scotland
Nidhi Sharma & Shalini Kesar
Autonomous Weapon’s Ethical Decisions; “I am Sorry Dave; I am Afraid I Can’t Do That”
Don Gotterbarn
16:30 14 Work-Life Balance in the Japanese Information and Communication Technology Industry: Who Thwarts Female Workers’ Career Development?
Ryoko Asai & Kiyoshi Murata
The Human Master with a Modern Slave? Some Remarks on Robotics, Ethics, and the Law
Ugo Pagallo
17:00 15 Students' Attitudes Towards Software Piracy-the Gender Factor: a Case of a Public University in an Emerging Country
Ali Acilar & Muzaffer Aydemir
The Relation Between Human Ethics and Cyborg Ethics
Anne Gerdes
17:30 16 E-Exclusion and the Gender Digital Divide
Georgia Foteinou
Ethics, Ambient Intelligence, and the Emergence of Cyborgian Societies
Terrell Ward Bynum
18:00End of day 2
20:00Conference Dinner
DAY 3 - 16/04/10 FRIDAY
09:00 17 What Is Quality Web-Based CAD (Computer Aided Design) Training?
Richard Cozzens
Education 2.0: Towards Open Knowledge Society
Adam Pietrzykowski
An Exploration of the Loss of Context on Questions of Ethics Around Privacy and its Consequences
William Bonner
Ethics of Enhancement: a Debate of “Western” Philosophy
Gonçalo Jorge Morais Da Costa, Tiago Filipe Rodrigues Da Fonseca, & Nuno Sotero Alves Da Silva
09:30 18 "Ethicultural" Sensitivity in E-Learning: Discussing Lusíada Universities Empirical Findings
Nuno Sotero Alves Da Silva, Simon Rogerson & Bernd Carsten Stahl
How Technology can make Green Greener : a Closer Look at Curriculum in Construction Management
Boyd Fife
Bioinformatics and Privacy
Wade L Robison
Information Technologies, a New Global Division of Labor, and the Concept of Information Society
Andrzej Kocikowski
10:00 19 Transforming Higher Education in the Connected Society: a Web 2.0 Application at Rovira I Virgili University
Teresa Torres-Coronas, María Arántzazu Vidal-Blasco, Ricard Monclús-Guitart, Mario Arias-Oliva, Margarita Ortí-García, M José Simón-Olmos & Antoni Pérez-Portabella
Technology Use in Reporting to Parents of Primary School Children
Eva Turner
Privacy and the Public – Perception and Acceptance of Various Applications of ICT
Misse Wester & Per Sandin
Metaphors in Orbit: Revolution, Logical Malleability, Generativity and the Future of the Internet
David Sanford Horner
10:30Break
11:00 20 Measuring Moral Judgment in Computing Undergraduates Using the Defining Issues Test
Suzy Jagger
Born to Be Wild: Using Communities of Practice as a Tool for Knowledge Management
Valérie Chanal & Chris Kimble
The Ethics of the Generalised Sousveillance
Jean-Gabriel Ganascia
How Does the Evolution of ICTs Change the Law? An Approach to Law Through the Philosophy of Information of Luciano Floridi
Massimo Durante
11:30 21 Impact of Compulsory Computer Ethics Education on the Moral Judgment of Information and Communication Technology Management Students
Candace T Grant
Citizen Scholar? in Search of a True Democracy of Knowledge in the ICT-Based Global Society
Krystyna Górniak-Kocikowska
Network Tourism: a Fallacy of Location Privacy!
Gonçalo Jorge Morais Da Costa, Nuno Sotero Alves Da Silva & Piotr Pawlak
Has the Indian Government Really Thought About Management of Information Systems Security?
Shalini Kesar
12:00 22 “Am I Bothered?”: Student Attitudes to Some Ethical Implications of the Use of Virtual Learning Environments
Mike Leigh
Content and Comparative Analysis of the 83 Abstracts Approved for the ETHICOMP 2010
Lucia Tello, Amaya Noain & Porfirio Barroso
Social Networking and the Perception of Privacy Within the Millennial Generation
Andra Gumbus, Frances S Grodzinsky & Stephen Lilley
Multiple E-Identity Narratives in Social Networks
Ananda Mitra
12:30Lunch
14:00Question Time Panel
15:30Closing remarks including conference overview
16:00End of conference