Michael Falgoust is Assistant Professor of Ethics at University of Twente where he teaches courses in the Philosophy of Science, Technology, and Society program. He has published articles on intellectual property, free expression, creativity, privacy, and computer ethics. His research also includes examinations of ways in which emerging technology affects our assessment of political and social institutions.
Scientific publications (selection)
- “The Incentives Argument Revisited: A Millean Account of Copyright.” The Southern Journal of Philosophy. June 2014 click to open pdf
- “Information Ethics in the Context of Smart Devices” co-authored with Brian Roux, PhD. Ethics and Information Technology. September 2013
- “Derivative Works, Original Value.” Philosophy in the Contemporary World June 2012 click to open pdf
- “Ethical Issues Raised by Data Acquisition Methods in Digital Forensics Research” co-authored with Brian Roux. Journal of Information Ethics April 2012