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About the Authors

Lee A. Freeman is an assistant professor of MIS and Director of Distance Learning and Teaching in the School of Management at the University of Michigan – Dearborn (USA). He has a BA from the University of Chicago and he received both his MBA and PhD in Information Systems from Indiana University. His teaching interests include systems analysis and design, end-user computing, and human-computer interaction. His primary research interests include the conceptualization and use of information systems knowledge, systems analysis and design, information ethics, and information security. He has published in MIS Quarterly, the Communications of the ACM, Information Systems Frontiers, the Journal of IS Education, and Communications of the AIS, among others.

A. Graham Peace is an associate professor of MIS at the College of Business and Economics, West Virginia University (USA). He received his PhD in management information systems from the University of Pittsburgh (1995). His teaching interests include systems analysis and design, e-Business, and database management systems. He is also active in executive education and study abroad programs. Dr. Peace’s research interests include the ethical issues of software piracy, privacy, censorship and freedom of speech. He has had research articles published in several journals in the field. Prior to entering academia, Dr. Peace worked as a systems engineer with IBM.


  

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