Albert M. Erisman

Albert M. Erisman is executive in residence at Seattle Pacific University and executive editor and co-founder of Ethix magazine (www.ethix.org). He spent 32 years at the Boeing Company, the last 11 as director of technology, managing a staff of 300 computer scientists and mathematicians pursuing new technology ideas for products and processes of Boeing. Since 2001, he has been in his present position examining issues at the intersection of business, technology, and ethics.


Articles by Albert M. Erisman


The recent proposal of the Commercial Felony Streaming Act, and the uproar over the potential it holds to send artists like Justin Bieber to jail for copyright violation, has put the subject of intellectual property and copyright on the front page. The following is an excerpt from a chapter in the book, Dancing with Digital Natives: Staying in Step with the Generation That's Transforming the Way Business is Done. The full chapter is titled: "Ethics, Technology, and the Net Generation: Rethinking Intellectual Property Law" and is written by Albert M. Erisman. The book is available on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and other retailers in e-book and print format.
Editorial/Feature - Posted Oct 27, 2011