Loyola Chicago to host Digital Ethics Symposium
Information, and misinformation, travels faster than ever. The Center for Digital Ethics and Policy at Loyola University Chicago was founded to facilitate more dialogue, research, and guidelines regarding ethical behavior in online and digital environments. Its third annual Digital Ethics Symposium is slated for Friday, October 4, with eight featured speakers, including Douglas Rushkoff, technology journalist, theorist and author of “Present Shock.”
The event will be held at the school’s Water Tower Campus, and registration is just $125.
Additional information can be found on The Center for Digital Ethics and Policy website.