“Pablo Garcia Molina, who teaches graduate courses in ethics and technology management at Georgetown University, said normally codes are developed by two sets of people. One group, the core, would be the members of the profession themselves. The second would be an institution. For example, for lawyers it’s the American Bar Association; for doctors it’s the Board of Medical Examiners. Molina said IAPP members would be the right place to start. But he said it’s important to include people who aren’t part of the profession who might also adhere to a code of conduct and can think more broadly.”
Interview discussing workforce development, certifications, attribution, and ethics in cyber security at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=57y9ptaY6q8
Besides making or saving money with technology, do the right thing. http://technical.ly/dc/2016/09/12/pablo-molina-ethics
Georgetown University Faculty Lecturer Dr. Pablo Molina recently spoke on BBC Radio, at http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b07q1wn6 after 00:14:30, about information security and hacking of voting systems and political parties.
I want to thank the Alumni Society for highlighting some of my work.
Some of my best students speak about the Georgetown University Technology Management program. At the end of the video, I explain what makes the program interesting and successful. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zlB45-ps8mA
In Spanish or in English, Apple is right to fight when asked to create backdoors.
European Parliament president Martin Schulz knows well that we cannot do technology without ethics.
The deadline for applications is Jan 31st, 2016, with unofficial transcripts and reference letters: http://www.seas.gwu.edu/cybercorps
On January 12th and 13th, 2016, Dr Pablo Molina attended Harvard University’s Technology Science Research Network Workshop on Problems in the Public Interest, convened by professor Latanya Sweeney. Please volunteer your research ideas. http://www.techscience.org