Back in the dim distant past, when using network resource folk for classes was still a new idea, Dr. Robert N. Barger (currently of the University of Notre Dame, but then at the University of Eastern Illinois) decided to try to get some of real life experience into his Computer Ethics course.
He collected a number of folk and gave it a try. He's gotten a lot of bugs out of the process, and is still doing it for classes he teaches.
My only real contribution to the project was to come up with grey in black and white cases, and to propose "real world" cases for the students to think about.
My contributed cases:
Note that some of these cases have now appeared in Dr. Barger's new book (2008) "Computer Echics - A Case-Based Approach"
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