HACKING AND FREEDOM OF INFORMATION
We know there are white-hat hackers and black-hat hackers, but what about the gray area in between? Some hackers consider themselves activists and have justified their cyberattacks on media, political figures, universities, and even governments as a search for truth. Is information indeed free in a democracy? Does uncovering secrets that the public may have a right to know justify security breaches? Are WikiLeaks and the Anonymous group providing an important service to citizens, or are they traitors?
This title is part of the series: OPPOSING VIEWPOINTS SERIES