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Internet research ethics involves the research ethics of Internet research, with an emphasis on scientific research carried out via the Internet.

Especially well-known to those interested in bioethics are the Belmont Principles[1] They provide a useful conceptual framework for consideration of issues in research ethics relevant to the protection of human subjects involved in biomedical or behavioral research. However, a principle-based approach is only one of a number of conceptual frameworks that are used to examine ethical issues. Others[2] include:

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  • Berry, D. M. (2004). Internet Research: Privacy, Ethics and Alienation - An Open Source Approach. The Journal of Internet Research, 14(4) PDF, 105 KB. Emphasis on Internet research ethics within the larger context of "open-source ethics".
  • Gunther Eysenbach and James Till. Ethical issues in qualitative research on Internet communities. BMJ 2001(10 November); 323(7321): 1103-1105. Emphasis on a perspective from the biomedical and health sciences.
  • Ethics Working Group of the Association of Internet Researchers (AoIR). Provides access to the Ethics Working Committee document on Internet research ethics that was approved by voting members of the AoIR on November 27]] 2002 PDF, 330 KB.
  • Internet Research Ethics. Provides access to papers that emerged from a panel presentation organized for a conference held at Lancaster University on December 14- December 16 2001, building on the efforts of the Ethics Working Committee of the Association of Internet Researchers (AoIR). Emphasis on perspectives of researchers and scholars in the social sciences and humanities.

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