Welcome to the conference service of HCC13-SIG-9-2-2

Info Icon

This is the main page of the conference. You are presented with a quick overview of the conference facts, as well as the current phases, if logged in. Furthermore you have direct access to actions relevant to the conference.

Your current actions

View papers View papers

With this action an overview of the currently submitted papers is presented to you. Furthermore you can see phase specific information and your possible paper-related actions.

Contact PC Chair Contact PC Chair

With this action you can contact the PC Chair via the internal message system.

Submit paper Submit paper

This conference is in the submission phase. With this action you can submit a paper directly.

Open the overview of your actions in a new page.


Furthermore you can consult the Howtos.


Name:HCC13 Including critical issues beyond the ICT context in codes of conduct/ethics
Description:As the impact of ICT developments on society increases and becomes integrated into the ‘everyday’, the ‘invisibility factor’ put forward by James Moor* (1985) of the potential for invisible abuse, invisible programming values, invisible complex calculations leading to the need for consideration of ethics, becomes ever-more relevant. The potential of ICT for re-use, mission creep, dual use and transformation of ways of living may warrant extending codes of ethics/conduct beyond the ICT context, but also raises questions of feasibility and limits of professional responsibility in development and deployment. *Moor, J.H.(1985) What is Computer Ethics? Metaphilosophy, 16:266-275, 1985
PC Chairs:Penny Duquenoy
Kai Kimppa
Conference flow:Paper Submission: February 1, 2018 23:59 CET,
Paper Upload: February 1, 2018 23:59 CET,
Bidding for Review: February 8, 2018 23:59 CET,
Assignment of Reviewers: February 12, 2018 23:59 CET,
Review: March 5, 2018 23:59 CET,
Decision: March 19, 2018 23:59 CET,
Final: April 30, 2018 23:59 CEST

  • View papers
    arrow

    View papers

  • Contact PC Chair
    arrow

    Contact PC Chair

  • Submit paper
    arrow

    Submit paper