iPad Security Breach and Corporate Ethics

In the course of this short essay, the author will demonstrate hacking into a Web site is almost never justifiable unless the hackers are acting with a warrant and under the direction of law enforcement agencies. We will see this applied to a real world case, in which Goatse Security and Gawker Media hacked into iPAD email records stored on an AT&T server in June of 2010. In fact this is probably the best example that can be found. The author will also create a corporate ethics statement for a computer security firm that would allow activities like hacking only under the most extreme of circumstances.

In this author's viewpoint, if hacking results at all, the perpetrator must be able to defend himself in front of a judge or the police because it is a basic violation of the sacred right of privacy. Furthermore,...
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