When students start using computers and networks, they start operating in a new, virtual world. Suddenly, behavioral lines blur: is it OK to download text from a website right into a term paper? What should you say about computer chat rooms or copying software programs? This new thoughtful and carefully written book helps youand your studentsunderstand today's information technology ethics, from downloading explicit pictures to guessing passwords to respect for privacy, property, and the law. Help students explore the ethics of digital technology Includes the Ten Commandments of Computer Ethics with key moral imperatives for students of all agesJohnson, Doug is the author of 'Learning Right from Wrong in the Digital Age An Ethics Guide for Parents, Teachers, Librarians, and Others Who Care About Computer-Using Young People' with ISBN 9781586831318 and ISBN 1586831313.