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Ethical Obligations in Internet Operations - Questionnaire

August 3rd, 2015

Angry old man kicking bare-chested Femen activist. Actually, it's about Ethics in Internet Operations. No, seriously, it actually is.

As mentioned earlier, somehow Velocity NY accepted my talk on 'Ethical Obligations in Internet Operations'. In order to help me better understand our profession(s) and to prepare a better talk, I've put together a short, anonymous questionnaire for everybody involved in "Internet Operations".

"Internet Operations" is the term I use here to combine the various ill- or loosely defined job descriptions relating to the general "tech industry" beyond the job of "Programmer". If you write infrastructure code, you are working in "Internet Operations". If you control the network of your organization and who they peer with, you are working in "Internet Operations". If you run a company that influences how non-technical people use the internet, you are working in "Internet Operations". In short, if you're interested in attending Velocity, you're likely working in "Internet Operations".

Please take the five minutes to fill out this form. If you were to also share the link on your social and professional network, that'd be much appreciated, too. And of course, if you have questions or comments, you can email me at jschauma@netmeister.org or contact me on Twitter @jschauma.

August 3rd, 2015


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