Dept. of Business Systems, University of Wollongong & School of Computing and Information Technology, Monash University
Place of publication
Wollongong, NSW; Clayton, Vic.
This paper examines the ethics of the practice of information warfare at both the national and corporate levels. Initially examining the present and past actions of individual hackers, it moves to the more organised, future military and economic warfare scenarios. It examines the lack of legal or policy initiatives in this area.
Field of Research
220199 Applied Ethics not elsewhere classified
Socio Economic Objective
970122 Expanding Knowledge in Philosophy and Religious Studies
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