The Regulation of Cyber Conflicts and The Design of Mature Information Societies

Cyberwar: How to Regulate Nation State Warfare on the Internet

Mariarosaria Taddeo
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Mariarosaria Taddeo

Mariarosaria Taddeo works at the Oxford Internet Institute, University of Oxford and Faculty Fellow at the Alan Turing Institute. Her recent work focuses mainly on the ethical analysis of cyber security practices and information conflicts. Her area of expertise is Information and Computer Ethics, although she has worked on issues concerning Philosophy of Information, Epistemology, and Philosophy of AI. She published several papers focusing on online trust, cyber security and cyber warfare and guest-edited a number of special issues of peer-reviewed international journals: Ethics and Information Technology, Knowledge, Technology and Policy, Philosophy & Technology. She also edited (with L. Floridi) a volume on ‘The Ethics of Information Warfare’ (Springer, 2014) and is currently writing a book on ‘The Ethics of Cyber Conflicts’ under contract for Routledge. Dr. Taddeo is the 2010 recipient of the Simon Award for Outstanding Research in Computing and Philosophy and of the 2013 World Technology Award for Ethics. She serves editor-in-chief of Minds & Machines, in the executive editorial board of Philosophy & Technology. Since 2016, Dr Taddeo is Global Future Council Fellow for the Council on the Future of Cybersecurity of the World Economic Forum.
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Among the key events that the 2016 reserved for us one can certainly count the cyber attack targeting one of the central nodes of Internet

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Sexual Violence: When An Ounce of Prevention is Worth a Pound of Cure

Elizabeth Jeglic

Elizabeth is a Professor of Psychology at John Jay College. Her research interests include evidence based sex offender legislation, and sex offender assessment and treatment.She teaches an MA level class on the treatment and rehabilitation of offenders.She is on the editorial board of Psychology, Public Policy and the Law and a member of the Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers and the American Psychology and Law Society.

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In the United States, many of us followed the case of Brock Turner, a “star athlete” at Stanford University who was convicted of sexually assaulting

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An Ethics of Childhood

Gottfried Schweiger

Gottfried Schweiger

Gottfried Schweiger works at the Centre for Ethics and Poverty Research of the University of Salzburg. His research is mainly in social and political philosophy with a focus on social and global justice, poverty, children, and sports. Currently he is the Principal Investigator of a research project on social justice and child poverty, funded by the Austrian Science Fund (FWF).
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Do we need a different kind of ethics for children? Until recently most philosophers have not thought much about that question, and many would have answered

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Privacy & Human Dignity

Ties Nijssen

Ties Nijssen

As a publishing editor in Philosophy of Science I have the tremendous good fortune to work with academics from all research backgrounds. This has had the welcome side-effect of gradually transforming me from my straight alpha academic background in Marketing and Philosophy, into a layman marveling at the wonders of the natural and biological sciences. I take a special interest in the role of technology in science and how this is changing our notions of Truth, Society and Humanity (yes, I remain an alpha at heart).
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At the IACAP conference I saw Luciano Floridi present this keynote, in which he argues for approaching privacy as a form of human dignity. The

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