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+ - Mapping the ethical terrain of cyber security->

Submitted by Yupa44
Yupa44 (2027556) writes "The National Security College at the Australian National University has just released a series of papers on ethics and cyber security. The papers consider how the management of cyber security risks involves trade-offs: between security and privacy; individual rights and the good of a society; and types of burdens placed on particular groups in order to protect others. These trade-offs are often ethical trade-offs, involving questions of how we act, what values we should aim to promote, and what means of anticipating and responding to the risks are reasonably—and publicly—justifiable."
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Mapping the ethical terrain of cyber security

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