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Issue No.04 - April (2010 vol.43)
pp: 29-34
Peter Aiken , Virginia Commonwealth University
Robert M. Stanley , Data Blueprint
Juanita Billings , Data Blueprint
Luke Anderson , Duane Morris LLC
ABSTRACT
In the absence of other published standards of care, it is reasonable for contractual parties to rely on an applicable, widely available code of conduct to guide expectations.
INDEX TERMS
Standards and best practices, Software engineering, Data management, Information technology, Computing profession, Professional ethics
CITATION
Peter Aiken, Robert M. Stanley, Juanita Billings, Luke Anderson, "Using Codes of Conduct to Resolve Legal Disputes", Computer, vol.43, no. 4, pp. 29-34, April 2010, doi:10.1109/MC.2010.116
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4. D. Gotterbarn, "How the New Software Engineering Code of Ethics Affects You," IEEE Software, Nov./Dec. 1999, pp. 58-64.
5. T. De Marco and T. Lister, "Both Sides Always Lose: Litigation of Software-Intensive Contracts," CrossTalk, Feb. 2000; www.stsc.hill.af.mil/crossTalk/2000/02demarco.html .
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