The Ethics Center explores privacy, big data, social media, the "right to be forgotten," cybersecurity, and other issues in internet ethics.
Designing a More Ethical Internet
IT, Ethics, and Law Lecture Series
Since 2005, the Ethics Center has collaborated with the SCU High Tech Law Institute to sponsor IT, Ethics, and Law, a series of presentations on topics in information technology. Speakers have included Jonathan Zittrain, co-founder of the Berkman Center for Internet and Society, Craig Newmark, founder of craigslist, and Jane McGonigal, game designer and author.Learn More
Commentary on Internet Ethics
Parts of history have been, and will always be, encrypted.
Although we want to understand (and learn from) the past, we don't owe history our secrets.
The expanding discussion of ethics and artificial intelligence
A variety of new efforts expand the conversation around AI and ethics: how do we reach for eudaimonia in "the algorithmic age"?
Brief videos and recent articles about 10 key topics
In 2013, we asked a number of Silicon Valley leaders to highlight, in a series of videos, what they saw as key issues in internet ethics. As we enter 2017, those issues remain highly relevant.