It is recognized that all people are computing stakeholders and contribute to the well-being of society and humanity.
This principle is related to the quality of life of all people. It confirms that individual and collective computing professionals are obliged to use their skills to benefit society, their members and the surrounding environment. This obligation includes the promotion of basic human rights and the protection of everyone’s autonomy. A basic goal of computing professionals is to minimize the negative effects of computing, including threats to health, safety, personal safety, and privacy. When the interests of multiple groups conflict, more attention and priority should be given to the needs of those who are disadvantaged.
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