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10:51 am
Wed December 11, 2013

Ethics Professors: Don't Be Evil

Google’s unofficial moral slogan is “Don’t be evil,” but some are questioning whether privacy and censorship concerns break that self-imposed creed.

How Google lives up to its 'Don't be evil' slogan is on the Ethics Professors' slate of topics on Up to Date.
How Google lives up to its 'Don't be evil' slogan is on the Ethics Professors' slate of topics on Up to Date.
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In the first part of Wednesday's Up to Date, the Ethics Professors return to discuss slippery ethics surrounding Google’s well-meaning slogan, preemptive breast cancer surgery based on genetics and more.

Guests:

  • Wayne Vaught, dean of the College of Arts and Sciences and director of the Center for Applied and Professional Ethics at the University of Missouri-Kansas City 
  • Clancy Martin, professor of philosophy at  the University of Missouri-Kansas City 

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