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By Don Heider

With the rapid growth and change in technology, it seems to outpace our ability to make sense of the changes as it morphs everyday. It outpaces out ability to think through what are the ethical uses of technology. The Founder of the Center for Digital Ethics & Policy at Loyola University, Dr. Don Heider proposes an interesting approach to enhancing digital ethics.

This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community…


A Practical Guide to Digital Journalism Ethics is a collection of essays published by the Center for Digital Ethics and Policy, which was founded through the School of Communication at Loyola University Chicago in an effort to foster more dialogue, research, and guidelines regarding ethical behavior in online and digital environments. The book was edited by Don Heider, Dean of the Loyola Chicago School of Communication and founder of the Center for Digital Ethics and Policy, and John D.…


The Markkula Center for Applied Ethics is a forum for research and discussion in all areas of applied ethics and resources for analyzing real-world ethical issues and tools to address them.


Feminist Frequency is an ongoing series of video commentaries exploring gender representations, myths and messages in popular culture media.


The European Group on Ethics in Science and New Technologies released this report on information and communication technologies.

By Adrienne L. Massanari, By Meghan Dougherty, Ph.D.

Best Practices for Bloggers: Dimensions for Consideration presents a set of questions to consider as you construct, update, or maintain your blog. We outline some best practices and offer suggestions for ethical blogging behavior. These are not proscriptive guidelines meant to restrict creativity or freedom of expression online; they are instead created to give current and would-be bloggers some idea of the kinds of ethical challenges they will need to address at some point during their…