Shouting zeros and ones : digital technology, ethics and policy in New Zealand / Andrew Chen (editor), Kathy Errington, Anjum Rahman, Tom Barraclough, Curtis Barnes, Tahu Kukutai, Donna Cormack, Chris Cormack, Merrin Macleod, Caleb Moses, Stephen Judd, Briony Blackmore, Anna Pendergrast, Kelly Pendergrast and Serena Chen.

Contributor(s): Chen, Andrew [editor.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: BWB text: Publisher: Wellington : Bridget Williams Books, 2020.Description: 240 pages : 18 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781988587387; 1988587387.Subject(s): INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY | SOCIAL ASPECTS | NEW ZEALAND | ETHICSHoldings: GRETA POINT: 172.2 SHO
Contents:
Introduction: zeros and ones, off and on / Andrew Chen -- 1. Digitised lies Ngā korero Rūpahu o te Ao Matihiko / Curtis R. Barnes, Tom Barraclough -- 2. Reducing online harm Te Whakaiti Tūkino Tuihono / Katherine Errington, in conservation with Anjum Rahman -- 3. The environmental impacts of globalized computing Ngā Pāpātanga ā-Taiao o ngā Mahi Rorohiko ā-Ao / Merrin Macleod -- 4. Not one byte more Kia Kaua Tētahi Paita Anō / Donna Cormack, Tahu Kukutai, Chris Cormack -- The integrated data infrastructure He Hangaga o ngā Rauraunga Kōmitimiti me te Whakaaetanga ā-IWI / Caleb Moses -- 6. Predictive risk models in criminal justice Te Matapae Tūraru ā-Hiko me te Pūnaha Ture Taihara / Briony Blackmore -- 7. Solutions have problems He Mate Anō tō te Rongoā / Stephen Judd -- 8. Digital inclusion Te Whakaōrite i te Urunga ki te Ao Matihiko / Anna Pendergast, Kelly Pendergast -- 9. The spread of online Fascism Te Horapa o the Mana Whakamatua Kotahi i te Ao Tuihono / Serena Chen -- 10. A framework for response He Anga Urupare / Serena Chen -- Notes -- Acknowledgements -- About the authors -- about BWB texts.
Summary: "This vital book is a call to action: to reduce online harm, to protect the integrity of our digital lives and to uphold democratic participation and inclusion. A diverse group of contributors reveal the hidden impacts of technology on society and on individuals, exploring policy change and personal action to keep the internet a force for good. These voices arrive at a crucial juncture in our relationship to fast-evolving technologies"--Publisher information.
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Introduction: zeros and ones, off and on / Andrew Chen -- 1. Digitised lies Ngā korero Rūpahu o te Ao Matihiko / Curtis R. Barnes, Tom Barraclough -- 2. Reducing online harm Te Whakaiti Tūkino Tuihono / Katherine Errington, in conservation with Anjum Rahman -- 3. The environmental impacts of globalized computing Ngā Pāpātanga ā-Taiao o ngā Mahi Rorohiko ā-Ao / Merrin Macleod -- 4. Not one byte more Kia Kaua Tētahi Paita Anō / Donna Cormack, Tahu Kukutai, Chris Cormack -- The integrated data infrastructure He Hangaga o ngā Rauraunga Kōmitimiti me te Whakaaetanga ā-IWI / Caleb Moses -- 6. Predictive risk models in criminal justice Te Matapae Tūraru ā-Hiko me te Pūnaha Ture Taihara / Briony Blackmore -- 7. Solutions have problems He Mate Anō tō te Rongoā / Stephen Judd -- 8. Digital inclusion Te Whakaōrite i te Urunga ki te Ao Matihiko / Anna Pendergast, Kelly Pendergast -- 9. The spread of online Fascism Te Horapa o the Mana Whakamatua Kotahi i te Ao Tuihono / Serena Chen -- 10. A framework for response He Anga Urupare / Serena Chen -- Notes -- Acknowledgements -- About the authors -- about BWB texts.

"This vital book is a call to action: to reduce online harm, to protect the integrity of our digital lives and to uphold democratic participation and inclusion. A diverse group of contributors reveal the hidden impacts of technology on society and on individuals, exploring policy change and personal action to keep the internet a force for good. These voices arrive at a crucial juncture in our relationship to fast-evolving technologies"--Publisher information.

GRETA POINT: 172.2 SHO

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