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(March/April 2011)

Featured during this issue:

inventive Director: Pedro Inoue
Micah White on a possible way forward for activism
Mikkel Borch-Jacobsen at the risks of bipolar medications
Manfred Max-Neef on barefoot economics
David Orrell questions the mythology at the back of neoclassical economics
We ask “What is normal?”

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It is argued that making Internet providers responsible for content is like making telephone service providers responsible· for all voice and data carried on their networks. Will the Internet industry, as a whole, develop meaningful methods of self-regulation which clearly allocate responsibility fir content? Will this be acceptable to all governments and to all citizens? A draft Internet Code of Practice prepared by the Internet Industry Association of Australia aims to establish general standards of behaviour for those involved in the Internet industry (Internet Industry Association of Australia, 1996, WWW).

Ethics of Computing: Codes, Spaces for Discussion and Law, Berleur, J. , Eds (1996), op. , pp. F. , and Regan, B. (1992) Ethics, Vulnerability & Information Technology. Jriformation Processing 92 Vol. II Education and Society (ed. ) Proceedings of the IFIP 12th World Computer Congress North Holland, 1992, pp. 344-350 Draper, M. (1995) Beyond Cyberspace: the Real Promise of Virtual Reality. Vital Speeches of the Day 61 (23) September 15, 1995, pp. 726-733 28 Part One Ethics European Directive (1995) Directive 95/-/EC of the European Parliament and the Council On the Protection of Individuals with regard to the Processing of Personal Data and On the Free Movement of such Data.

The ability to distribute material widely, cheaply and quickly allows issues to be discussed and feedback to be returned to the initiator swiftly. Information and communications technology can be used to facilitate participative democracy within nations and cyberspace. Electronic forms and computer analysis allow the responses of large numbers d citizens to be collated. The Durango Imperatives include calls for designers and applied research to develop infrastructure, architectures and technical interfaces that support democratic participation (Durango, 1995, WWW).

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