Category Archives: Ethics

Former Microsoft chief Tang Jun fights back

Former president of Microsoft China Tang Jun on Tuesday sought to dispel a rumor that he faked his academic credentials in the United States after remaining silent over the matter for the past five days. “I’ve never said I graduated … Continue reading

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Google Talks Transparency, But Hides Surveillance Stats

By: David Kravets, December 17, 2009 Google likes to trumpet transparency and free expression, especially when it concerns the internet, part of its commitment to the corporate motto, “Don’t Be Evil.” But despite the company’s recent online public policy posts … Continue reading

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ACLU Study Highlights U.S. Surveillance Society

By: David Kravets Welcome to the surveillance society. That’s what the American Civil Liberties Union concluded Tuesday with a report chronicling government spying and the detention of groups and individuals “for doing little more than peacefully exercising their First Amendment … Continue reading

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Facebook’s paternalistic attitudes aren’t empowering

By Danah Boyd (CNN) — Facebook’s privacy problems have been in the news … again. Although complaints may have started deep in the blogosphere, even Time Magazine has made them its cover story. In response, Facebook announced a new privacy … Continue reading

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Translator ethics and professionalism in Internet interactions

Just like any other profession, a translator is bound to ethics. This article describes the ethics and professionalism of a translator in details. Continue reading

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Goenawan Mohamad Accuses Bakrie of Manufacturing Political Drama

Goenawan Muhammad returned his Bakrie award received in 2004 Continue reading

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