The information society and its consequences: lessons from the past.

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Duquenoy, Penny; Holvast, Jan; Whitehouse, Diane;
(2005)
  • Publisher: Springer

Without doubt the year 1976 was an important year for the discussion on Computers and Society. In that year Joseph Weizenbaum’s Computer Power and Human Reason was published and IFIP’s TC 9 on Computers and Society was founded. In this contribution we want to give a sho... View more
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