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Ethics is a "moral philosophy." A set of principles centered on questions of how people act or think. Computer Ethics comprise many branches.
The concept of ethics dates back to the days of ancient Greek philosophy. Socrates, Plato, and Aristotle have all applied ethics.
One branch: Normative Ethics, focuses on establishing the value of something. Right or wrong? Good or bad?
Meta- ethics focuses on the concept of morality itself. The meaning of ethical judgments to understand the nature of statements and attitudes.
Computer ethics is a holistic approach of social and professional conduct for what to do and what not to do in an on environment.
Applied ethics is another branch. It's a discipline of philosophy that applies ethics to real life. For example: Doctors, Teachers, Administrators etc.
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