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Internet security : hacking, counterhacking, and society

Author: Kenneth Einar Himma
Publisher: Sudbury, Mass. : Jones and Bartlett Publishers, ©2007.
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Kenneth Einar Himma
ISBN: 0763735361 9780763735364
OCLC Number: 69013085
Description: x, 292 p. ; 23 cm.
Contents: Ch. 1. Hacking and viruses / Tom Forester and Perry Morrison --
Ch. 2. conceptual and moral landscape of computer security / Herman Tavani --
Ch. 3. Are computer break-ins ethical? / Eugene Spafford --
Ch. 4. Terrorism or civil disobedience : toward a hacktivist ethic / Mark Manion and Abby Goodrum --
Ch. 5. Hacking as politically motivated digital civil disobedience : is hacktivism morally justified? / Kenneth Einar Himma --
Ch. 6. ethics of 'hacking back' : active response to computer intrusions / Kenneth Einar Himma --
Ch. 7. view of cyberterrorism 5 years later / Dorothy Denning --
Ch. 8. Internet development : professionalism, profits, ethics, or sleaze? / Don Gotterbarn and David Tarnoff --
Ch. 9. Informed consent in the mozilla browser : implementing value-sensitive design / Batya Friedman, Daniel Howe and Edward Felten --
Ch. 10. impact of computer security concerns on software development / Richard Epstein --
Ch. 11. ethical implications of the messenger's haircut : steganography in the digital age / Frances Grodzinsky, Keith Miller and Marty Wolf --
Ch. 12. Security in online games / Kai Kimppa, Andy Bissett and N. Ben Fairweather --
Ch. 13. Privacy, intellectual property, and hacking : evaluating free access arguments / Adam Moore --
Ch. 14. Disclosing software vulnerabilities / Maria Canellopoulou-Bottis.
Responsibility: [edited by] Kenneth Einar Himma.
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