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Third Annual International Symposium on Digital Ethics

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  • Published Monday, January 28th, 2013
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Thanks for attending the 2013 Digital Ethics Symposium! Proceedings and papers will be published to this site soon. We’ll see you in 2014!
The Center for Digital Ethics & Policy is pleased to announce the date of our Third Annual International Symposium on Digital Ethics. This year’s symposium will take place on Friday, October 4, 2013 on Loyola University Chicago’s Water Tower Campus.
The keynote speaker will be Douglas Rushkoff, technology journalist, theorist and author of “Present Shock.” Additional information on featured speakers can be found here.

Third Annual International Symposium on Digital Ethics
Friday, October 4, 2013
8 a.m – 7 p.m
Loyola University Chicago Water Tower Campus
Lewis Towers | 111 E. Pearson | Regents Hall, 16th Floor
 Keynote Speaker: Douglas Rushkoff, Technology Journalist, Theorist & Author of “Present Shock”
Douglas Rushkoff is the author of Present Shock, When Everything Happens Now, as well as a dozen other bestselling books on media, technology, and culture, including Program or Be Programmed, Media Virus, Life Inc and the novel Ecstasy Club. He wrote the graphic novels Testament and A.D.D., and made the television documentaries Merchants of Cool, The Persuaders, and Digital Nation. He lives in New York, and lectures about media, society, and economics around the world.
Featured Speakers 2013
Mariarosaria Taddeo, University of Warwick
Mia Consalvo, Concordia University
Bernhard Debatin, Ohio University
Robert Cavalier, Carnegie Mellon University
Jim Brady, Editor-in-Chief of Digital First Media
Marty Stock, CEO, Cavalry Agency
Phil Gomes, Senior V.P., Edelman Digital
Jeroen van den Hoven, Delft University of Technology
Symposium Program

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