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Ethics, Innovation and the Law

In this resource students examine how technology has changed over the last half a century and consider who should be held accountable for ensuring technology is used in a responsible way.

Overview

Aimed at KS4 and Post-16, your students will: Explore the way technology is developing and the impacts this has on them and society Learn about the laws that regulate the use of technology, and the challenges of keeping up with the pace of change Consider the ethics of using technology. Acknowledgements: This classroom resource was...
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