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The U.S. Senate has recently learned that there are few guidelines or regulations pertaining to the ethical use of drone aircraft technology. The argument is that while drone technology can be very helpful in law enforcement, they also can be considered...
by Colburn Sherwood (sherwocw) at Monday, December 9, 2013 5:37pm 0 comments


The election of Pope Francis has not eliminated any of the ethics issues that have been associated with the Catholic Church in the past. In fact, it has raised some new issues. The most publically known of these issues continues to be how the church...
by Colburn Sherwood (sherwocw) at Monday, December 9, 2013 5:37pm 0 comments


In today’s workplace, the phrase “It’s not my job” is sometimes used as an excuse to not do something that needs doing. This article touches on the ethics of this mindset, and a few others that are similar, such as “I...
by Colburn Sherwood (sherwocw) at Monday, November 18, 2013 5:57pm 0 comments


Last week, a court overturned a ruling that put a stop to the "stop and frisk law" that had been in use in New York City. This law allowed police officers to stop citizens and give them pat downs if they had probable cause to do so. According to Mayor...
by Colburn Sherwood (sherwocw) at Friday, November 8, 2013 11:29am 0 comments


This article touches on the relationship between power and ethics in our everyday lives. Each and every one of us has some sort of power or authority in certain areas of our lives whether it be at work, at home, or at school. The question becomes this;...
by Colburn Sherwood (sherwocw) at Thursday, October 31, 2013 9:21pm 0 comments

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