Computer / Cyber Ethics

Computer Ethics is set of moral principles or code of conducts that regulate the use of computers systematically without making harm other users. It gives awareness to the user regarding the immoral behavior and activities in the computing field.
  • Some important commandments of computer ethics are:
    • Computer should not be used to harm other people.
    • Computer should not be used to publish fake information.
    • One should not search the file or record of other people without permisssion.
    • One should not destroy or delete the records of other people without permission.
    • Other people's computer resources should not be used without authorization.
    • Computer should not be used to steal someone's privacy.
    • One should not interfere with other people's computer work.
    • Never to copy or use proprietary software for which you have not paid.
    • Not to snoop around in other people's computer files.
    • Not to use computer to bear false witness.
    • Always think about the social consequences of the program while writing or designing a system.
    • Always use a computer in ways that demonstrate consideration and respect for humans.

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