Exploring and discussing the values of netizens
Prof. Rafael Capurro, one of the world’s most renowned experts of Information Ethics, together with his colleagues Max Senges (Ex-Google Researcher) and Michael Nagenborg (Robotics & Privacy Expert) has set up a collaborative project to “explore and discuss the values of netizens”. Please participate by contributing to their survey! (See below, I simply copied the email text.)
It is my pleasure to introduce you to Rafael Capurro and Michael Nagenborg both experts in Informationethics. Following a podcast interview i held with Rafael (available @ archive.org ), we pursued his suggestion to initiate a dialogue about what underlying values users care about in their online lifes?
We have developed a short questionnaire which we invite you to fill out and spread amongst your network @ http://internetrightsandprinciples.org/node/63
This survey is meant as first step to gather some empirical data so we can (a) deliberate and discuss these themes further in the forum (where we have setup a dedicated discussion thread @ http://internetrightsandprinciples.org/node/64 and (b) strategize & formulate our project (and funding) proposals based on empirical evidence.
Again, please invite your friends and peers to contribute to this exploration of what user really care about when online.
Looking forward to discuss with you
Rafael, Michael and Max