CHECK OUT COMPUTER ETHICS INSTITUTE’S ADVICE. The Computer Ethics Institutes Web site at www.cpsr.org/program/ethics/cei.html offers the “Ten Commandments of Computer Ethics” to guide you in the general direction of ethical computer use. The first two are:
Thou shalt not use a computer to harm other people. This one is the bedrock for all the others.
Thou shalt not interfere with other people’s computer work. This one includes small sins like sending frivolous e-mail, big ones, like spreading viruses, and the really big ones like electronic stalking.
Look up the other eight and give at least two examples of acts that would be in violation of these guidelines.