Tag 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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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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