Understanding of Digital Ethics for Information Trust: A Critical Insight into Gender Violence Anticipation

Miftachul Huda, Abdul Halim Ali, Tabrani Za, Roslee Ahmad, Abu Zarrin Selamat, Mohd Hairy Ibrahim, Muhammad Anshari, Moses Glorino

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This chapter aims to examine the demanding needs of digital ethics elaborated as a strategic foundation to expand safety concern amongst digital community and partnership for gender violence anticipation. The literature review was applied from the referred articles from peer-reviewed journals, proceedings, chapters and books related to the topic. The finding reveals that the significant alignment of digital ethics in expanding the digital partnership skills has a core value to expand the digital information trust in the order for gender violence anticipation. Those are continuing digital ethics’ information quality for gender violence anticipation, rebuilding digital ethics’ information trust to prevent gender violence potentials, and promoting digital ethics’ grant on digital safety environment assurance for gender violence anticipation. This chapter may contribute to give insights into developing the outstanding interplay of digital ethics as a safety strategy to achieve digital information trust for gender violence anticipation.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationSignals and Communication Technology
PublisherSpringer Science and Business Media Deutschland GmbH
Number of pages17
Publication statusPublished - 2024

Publication series

NameSignals and Communication Technology
VolumePart F1803
ISSN (Print)1860-4862
ISSN (Electronic)1860-4870


  • Committed practice
  • Digital ethics
  • Digital pandemic
  • Digital partnership environment
  • Digital transformation
  • Driving process
  • Gender violence anticipation
  • Information trust
  • Leadership quality
  • Organisational stability


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