Ethics and Privacy in Cyberspace Lesson 22 Privacy and Other Personal Rights Thomas J. Watson, Chairman of the Board for IBM, once stated:
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Thomas J. Watson, Chairman of the Board for IBM, once stated:
Today the Internal Revenue Service has our tax returns. The Social Security Administration keeps a running record on our jobs and our families. The Veterans Administration has medical records on many of us, and the Pentagon our records of military service. So, in this scatteration lies our protection. But put everything in one place, computerize it, and add to it without limit, and a thieving electronic blackmailer would have just one electronic safe to crack to get a victim’s complete dossier, tough as that job may be. And a malevolent Big Brother would not even have to do that: he could sit in his office, punch a few keys, and arm himself with all he needed to know to crush any citizen who threatened his power. Therefore, along with the bugged olive in the martini, the psychological tests, and the spiked microphone, the critics have seen “data surveillance” as an ultimate destroyer of the individual American citizen’s right to privacy – his right to call his soul his own.