Ethics for Artificial Intelligences - This paper discusses the need to make computers behave as though they themselves were instilled with an appreciation for ethics and means to accomplish this.
Ethics in Computing - Information about the basics of ethics in computing or specific topics such as privacy,free speech, computer abuse, intellectual property,risks, commerce, and social justice.
Ethics Resources - "Ethics and Intellectual Property Resources on the Web," The New York Times, April 24, 1996. Includes "Information for Educators," "General Resources on Intellectual Property and Ethics on Line," "Struggling to Teach Virtual Ethics,", a forum, etc.
Floridi, Luciano - Philosophy Department, Oxford University. Essay attempting to establish a philosophical grounding for cyberethics.
Hi-Ethics (Health Internet Ethics) - Concentrates on the ethical standards of health internet sites. Invites U.S.-based health websites to contribute to the development of the Hi-Ethics "Ethical Principles For Offering Internet Health Services to Consumers".
IEEE Ethics and Members Conduct Committee - Advises on ethics policy and concerns, and fosters awareness on ethical issues, among those working in the IEEE's fields of interest. The IEEE is the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Inc.
LegalEthics.com: The Intersection of Ethics and the Law - Goal: to assist the law profession establish practical rules, regulations, and guidelines that will protect the public and lawyers as the Internet integrates into the practice of law. Cases, codes, opinions, articles, links, and other reference material.
The Research Center on Computing and Society - Non-profit, educational think-tank whose mission is the examination of computer ethics and the impacts of information technology on society. In addition to online forums, the site contains the full text of numerous articles on issues ranging from intellectual property, privacy, the history of computer ethics, the social impacts of computing, and equity and access to computing.
Special Interest Group on Computers and Society (SIGCAS) - Purpose: to bring together computer professionals, specialists in other fields, and the public at large to address concerns and raise awareness about the ethical and societal impact of computers. SIGCAS publishes a quarterly newsletter and co-sponsors national conferences such as the National Educational Conference, the Computers, Freedom and Privacy Conference, the Computers and Quality of Life Symposium, and the Computer Ethics Conference.