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ICT Critical Infrastructures and Society
Magda David Hercheui, Diane Whitehouse, William McIver Jr., Jackie Phahlamohlaka (Eds.)
Front Matter

Human Choice and Computers International Conference (HCC10)


ICT Critical Infrastructures and Society: Introduction to the HCC10 Conference Proceedings
Magda Hercheui, Diane Whitehouse, William Mciver Jr., Jackie Phahlamohlaka
1-7

Section 1: National and International Policies


Formatting the Public Sector with ICTs: Exploring Institutional Sources and Processes
Noora Alghatam
11-21
Building ICT Critical Infrastructures for Trade Regulations: Implications from a National Initiative in Mexico
Carla Bonina
22-33
Getting It Right: The Importance of Targeting Structural Causes of Failure in E-Government
Silvia Masiero
34-43
National Identity Infrastructures: Lessons from the United Kingdom
Aaron Martin
44-55
International Norms and Socio-technical Systems: Connecting Institutional and Technological Infrastructures in Governance Processes
Claudia Padovani, Elena Pavan
56-65

Section 2: Sustainable and Responsible Innovation


ICT and Environmental Sustainability: A Case Study of a Grassroots Initiative
Ana Cardoso, João Carvalho
69-78
Green IT for Innovation and Innovation for Green IT: The virtuous circle
Christina Herzog, Laurent Lefevre, Jean-Marc Pierson
79-89
The Role of ICT in Sustainable and Responsible Development: E-Skilling
Hossana Twinomurinzi
90-99
Sustainable and Responsible ICT Innovation in Healthcare: A Long View and Continuous Ethical Watch Required
Tony Cornford, Valentina Lichtner
100-110
Impact of ICT on Home Healthcare
Sokratis Vavilis, Milan Petković, Nicola Zannone
111-122
Technology and Care for Patients with Chronic Conditions: The Chronic Care Model as a Framework for the Integration of ICT
Nick Guldemond, Magda Hercheui
123-133
Information Waste, the Environment and Human Action: Concepts and Research
Fons Wijnhoven, Pim Dietz, Chintan Amrit
134-142
Towards a Sustainable Governance of Information Systems: Devising a Maturity Assessment Tool of Eco-Responsibility Inspired by the Balanced Scorecard
Amélie Bohas, Laïd Bouzidi
143-155
Building Human Infrastructure for the Digital Economy: Ryerson’s Digital Media Zone
Wendy Cukier, Valerie Fox, Hossein Rahnama
156-169
Sustainable Communications and Innovation: Different Types of Effects from Collaborative Research Including University and Companies in the ICT-Sector
Mattias Höjer, Katarina Larsen, Helene Wintzell
170-182
Is the Post-Turing ICT Sustainable?
Norberto Patrignani, Iordanis Kavathatzopoulos
183-191
ITGS - A Blueprint for a Social Informatics Course in Pre-university Education
Richard Taylor
192-201
Governance, Risk and Compliance: A Strategic Alignment Perspective Applied to Two Case Studies
Abbas Shahim, Ronald Batenburg, Geert Vermunt
202-212

Section 3: ICT for Peace and War


Implementation of a Cyber Security Policy in South Africa: Reflection on Progress and the Way Forward
Marthie Grobler, Joey Vuuren, Louise Leenen
215-225
Mapping the Most Significant Computer Hacking Events to a Temporal Computer Attack Model
Renier Heerden, Heloise Pieterse, Barry Irwin
226-236
The Dark Side of Web 2.0
Aubrey Labuschagne, Mariki Eloff, Namosha Veerasamy
237-249
Towards a Social Media-Based Model of Trust and Its Application
Erik Boertjes, Bas Gerrits, Robert Kooij, Peter-Paul Maanen, Stephan Raaijmakers, Joost Wit
250-263
Video Games and the Militarisation of Society: Towards a Theoretical and Conceptual Framework
John Martino
264-273
Challenges to Peace in the 21st Century: Working towards a Good Information and Communication Society
Gunilla Bradley, Diane Whitehouse
274-284

Section 4: Citizens’ Involvement, Citizens’ Rights and ICT


Implementing Ethics in Information Systems, Presuppositions and Consequences in Ethics and Information Systems
Laurence Masclet, Philippe Goujon
287-298
Redesigning the Relationship between Government and Civil Society: An Investigation of Emerging Models of Networked Democracy in Brazil
Eduardo Diniz, Manuella Ribeiro
299-309
Cyberactivism and Collective Agency: Cases from China
Yingqin Zheng, Cheng Zhang
310-319
Information Inadequacy: The Lack of Needed Information in Human, Social and Industrial Affairs
Miranda Kajtazi
320-329
Social Games: Privacy and Security
Mathias Fuchs
330-337
Is Privacy Dead? – An Inquiry into GPS-Based Geolocation and Facial Recognition Systems
Jens-Martin Loebel
338-348
Theorising Open Development through an Institutional Lens: A Study of Iranian Online Interactions
Magda Hercheui, Brian Nicholson, Aghil Ameripour
349-359
Packet Inspection — Shifting the Paradigm of Fundamental Rights
Agata Królikowski
360-368
Civic Intelligence and CSCW
Douglas Schuler
369-375
Informed Strategies of Political Action in IP-Based Social Media
Andrea Knaut
376-386
Corporate Social Media Use Policy: Meeting Business and Ethical Responsibilities
Don Gotterbarn
387-398

 

 


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