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1. Association of Computing Machinery. "Article 2.8 ACM Code of Ethics and Professional Conduct." Adopted by ACM Council 10/16/92. <>. (cited 22 November 2000).

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9. Gotterbarn, D. "Computer Ethics: Responsibility Regained", <> (cited November 24th, 2000.)

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