SX1009 Rights in the Digital Society Wendy Moncur Dept. of Computing Science Rights in the Digital Society Freedom of expression and privacy: civil rights in a digital society Ownership in a digital world Cyber-crime, cyber-terrorism and cyber-bullying
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Dept. of Computing Science
“By year end 2012, physical sensors will create 20% of non-video internet traffic.”
“...the use of any computer network for crime” British Police
“Terrorist groups are increasingly using new information technology and the Internet to formulate plans, raise funds, spread propaganda, and engage in secure communications.
Cyberterrorism-–meaning the use of cyber tools to shut down critical national infrastructures (such as energy, transportation, or government operations) for the purpose of coercing or intimidating a government or civilian population–-is clearly an emerging threat.”
Dale L. Watson, Executive Assistant Director, Counterterrorism/Counterintelligence Division, FBI
Publicly available app.
“Sex Offender Tracker App is a new mobile app that provides users with access to the location of registered sex offenders through the lens of augmented reality.”
Information credibility and authority in a Web2.0 world
Ownership of online materials
Right to Privacy
Freedom of expression
In the practical, you will be randomly assigned to a group, and to one of the following topics: