Programme for Digital Ethics Symposium, Loyola University, Chicago

Subversive Uses of the Web
Instrumental Play, or the Moral Risks of Gamification
Miguel Sicart, IT University of Copenhagen

The Ethics of Sexting:Issues Involving Consent and the Production of Intimate Content
Jo Ann Oravec, University of Wisconsin at Whitewater

Griefing through the virtual world: The moral status of griefing
Roland Wojak, Colorado State University

Permissible Piracy?
Brian Carey, University of Manchester

Legionnaires of Chaos: “Anonymous” and governmental oversight of the Internet
Alex Gekker, Utrecht University

Ethics, Research & Privacy

Ethics of e-Research
Sally Wyatt, Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences

Research Ethics in the 2.0 Era: Conceptual Gaps for Ethicists, Researchers, IRBs
Michael Zimmer, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

Protecting participants in private digital publics: Considerations for the ethics of fabrication
Annette Markham, Aarhus University, Denmark

Bridging the distance: removing the technology buffer and finding consistent ethical analysis in computer security research
Katherine Carpenter, University of Denver
David Dittrich, University of Washington

Citizenship, Journalism & Public Talk

Shaping our Shadow
Erin B. Reilly, Annenberg Innovation Lab

What Makes a Public Figure a Public Figure? And Other Ethical Issues Related to Reasonable Expectations of Online Privacy
Vanessa P. Dennen & Jennifer B. Myers, Florida State University

Disclosing material connections online: Legal and ethical issues
David Kamerer, Loyola University Chicago

Ethics of Citizen Journalism Sites
Jessica Roberts and Linda Steiner. University of Maryland

Philosophical Considerations

Privacy, the Self and New Media
Charles Ess, Aarhus University

Could and Should the Ought Disappear from Ethics?
Anthony F. Beavers, University of Evansville

What Makes a Public Figure a Public Figure? And Other Ethical Issues Related to Reasonable Expectations of Online Privacy
Vanessa P. Dennen & Jennifer B. Myers, Florida State University
Identity and the Web of Information: A Look at Mug Shot Mania in Digital Media.
Sokthan Yeng and Mark Grabowski, Adelphi University

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