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Group Project Individual Work Annotated Bibliography

California v. Ciraolo. Oyez. Chicago-Kent College of Law at Illinois Tech, n.d. Dec 7, 2016.
California vs. Ciraolo is one of the court cases filed against drone use, because it violated
an individuals property and privacy. The police used the drone for visual access without a
warrant, which was decided as an invasion of privacy, because it went against the fourth
amendment.
Mockaitis, Tom. Drones and the Ethics of War. The Huffington, 1 Dec. 2012.
This article focuses on the ethics of drone use in military settings. In my section on the
project, I use this source for its short and clear definition of what a drone is.
Schlag, Chris. "The New Privacy Battle: How the Expanding Use of Drones Continues to Erode
Our Concept of Privacy and Privacy Rights." Pittsburgh Journal of Technology Law and
Policy 13.2 (2013): [i]-22.
This article provides information about the different uses of drones, as well as
information about the technological advances currently taking place. Schlag is aware of the
actions that drones are capable of in domestic use, as well as military use. In addition, he
discusses the privacy issues that drone users may face.
The Constitution of the United States, Amendment 4.
This is the citation for the fourth amendment from the United States constitution. I
focused on the first section of the amendment, as the it clearly states an individuals right to
privacy. The first section also states that no property should be entered or searched without a
warrant, which ties into drone use for surveillance.
Topol, Sarah. Killer Robots Are Coming And These People are Trying to Stop Them. Buzzfeed.
N.p., 26 Aug. 2016. Web. 11 Dec. 2016.
This article highlights the idea that there are going to be military drones released within
the next couple of years. These drones will be similar to guns, as those operating them can kill
someone with the new technology. In addition, they will be open to the public to purchase.
Short Paper Annotated Bibliography
Held, Virginia. The Ethics of Care as Normative Guidance: Comment on Gilligan. Journal of
Social Philosophy 45.1 (2014): 107-115. Philosophers Index. Web. 1 Dec. 2016.
This article gives a clear definition of what the ethics of care theory is. The author
highlights the importance and inclusion of culture and diversity of experience within in the
theory, then goes on to discuss the meaning in depth with various examples.

Ott, Paul. Feminist Ethics. PHIL 181-017, Loyola University Chicago, 29 Sep. 2016,
Mundelein Hall, Chicago, IL. Lecture.
In this lecture during class, we discussed the idea of feminist ethics. This topic was
interesting, because we learned about issues regarding female oppression. We also reviewed our
reading questions, which presented intriguing ideas about the standpoint theory.
Shafer-Landau, Russ. The Fundamentals of Ethics. 3rd ed. New York: Oxford UP, 2015. Print.
This is one of our textbooks for the course, and in the section I refer to, the author
discusses the ideas of Carol Gilligan, the creator of the ethics of care. This theory is categorized
within feminist ethics, as it discusses the history and reasoning behind female oppression. Then,
the author connects the history with the influences it had the development of the theory.