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Social and Ethical Issues in Computing

Course ID: COMP 417
School:Arts and Sciences, College of, The Graduate School
Program: Computer Science Graduate
Credit Hours: 3

Course Description

This course covers social, legal, and ethical issues commonly arising in key areas related to computing technologies. Understanding of laws and issues in areas such as privacy, encryption, freedom of speech, copyrights and patents, computer crime, and computer/software reliability and safety; understanding of philosophical perspectives such as utilitarianism versus deontological ethics and basics of the U.S. legal system.

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