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New Ethics Code Urges Tech Firms and Coders To Avoid Harming Society

Posted on: Jul 17, 2018   |   Posted by: Biotech Mag

New Ethics Code Urges Tech Firms and Coders To Avoid Harming Society

Selling a new Web-connected thermostat or other wired gizmo to consumers without a plan to deliver the necessary security patches is not only bad business-it's unethical. So is...

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