Advocates of Freedom of Expression in the Internet see this as a violation of their rights: “When we’re talking about a broadly scoped right to be forgotten that’s about altering the historical record or making information that was lawfully public no longer accessible to people, I don’t see a way to square that with a fundamental right to access to information.” (NY Times)
Where would you side? Argue the both sides and give your opinion.
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Until, sometime July 20 2015, the website was hacked:
1. Analyze the problem – online privacy vs infidelity (moral norm)
2. Give the pro’s and cons of each side (read other sources too).
3. Where would you personally side (since this is an academic exercise, let us refrain from judging our peer’s opinions morally, but rather in terms of the exercise of critical thinking basing ourselves on the Ethical theories you have learned.)
Enumerate and describe briefly what for you would be the TOP 3 Greatest Computer/Internet Crimes in the world during this Century (from 2000-2016).
Provide links of their nature and damage they caused (either news pages, video, reviews, etc).
And evaluate each (your reason/s why each of your 3 choices wrought the most havoc), rather what makes the crime so special? (in terms of morality, affected users, economic damage).
It’s enrollment season in University of the Philippines, and I have successfully enrolled in the Master of Information Systems in the Open University for the first semester. Just a few minutes after enrollment period opened, I made sure to enlist and enroll to make sure I wouldn’t have troubles in case heavy user traffic kicks in. (more…)
Guest: MAC OS X – El Capitan
This is an alternative method for sharing or transferring files from Windows 10 Host to Mac OS X Guest in VirtualBox. I have tried several tutorials sprawn all over the net and this method simply came to me by accident. (more…)