Carsten Orwat, Roland Bless This paper focuses on the complex steps of realizing human rights in Internet architectures and protocols as well as in Internetbased products and services. Besides direct implementation of values in Internet protocols, there are several other options that can indirectly contribute to realizing human rights via political processes and market choices.
Dorner, Verena; Morana, Stefan; Maedche, Alexander; Weinhardt, Christof Including individuals’ value systems is seldom considered in the current body of decision support research, although individuals’ values haveastrong impact on decision-making. We propose that adapting decision support to include individuals’ values increases decision quality and decreases decision effort.
Till Neudecker, Arsen Hayrapetyan , Alexander Degitz , Philipp Andelfinger: Since access control systems codify many of the power structures that govern everyday life, the design of such systems has direct ramifications w.r.t. moral values held by the system’s designers, users, or operators. As an alternative to a design process based solely on functional or […]
Prof. Alexander Maedche interviews Jeroen van den Hoven, university professor at Delft University of Technology and full professor of ethics and technology on “Why do Ethics and Values Matter in Business and Information Systems Engineering?” https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007%2Fs12599-017-0476-2