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Critical computing should include a concern for the everyday work practice of IT professionals. We explain our 'micro-ethical view', which shifts focus towards everyday work culture, seemingly mundane action, and describe what is gained thereby and by 'preventive' ethics. Four scenarios illustrate the situations relevant for our analysis. Reconstructing the history of 'responsibility' uncovers various concepts that provide fields of tension and systematize our analysis. We finish with relateddoi:10.1145/1094562.1094571 dblp:conf/critical/BittnerH05 fatcat:cq6fct3c2jgc3abxlhj4uiccky