By Anno Bunnik, Anthony Cawley, Michael Mulqueen, Andrej Zwitter
This ebook brings jointly a magnificent diversity of educational and intelligence specialist views to interrogate the social, moral and safety upheavals in an international more and more pushed by way of information. Written in a transparent and obtainable kind, it deals clean insights to the deep attaining implications of massive info for conversation, privateness and organisational decision-making. It seeks to demystify advancements round titanic facts sooner than comparing their present and certain destiny implications for parts as different as company innovation, legislation enforcement, facts technological know-how, journalism, and nutrients defense. The members demand a rethinking of the felony, moral and philosophical frameworks that tell the obligations and behaviours of kingdom, company, institutional and person actors in a extra networked, data-centric society. In doing so, the e-book addresses the true global hazards, possibilities and prospects of huge Data.
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The more connections A has, the more power he can exert. 3 On the macro level, the whole network of A-B-C-D is dependent on the density of more or less inherent power. These different perspectives on power give us an entirely different view of agency, namely an agency that is, for its capability of morally relevant action, entirely dependent on other actors. These other actors might be only passive recipients of harm; that is, they experience collateral damage. The network nature of society, however, means that this passive agency is always a factor when judging the moral responsibility of the active agent, that is, the one that commits or omits the morally relevant action.
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Arguably, systems may pose ethical problems by being too efficient (Cohen 2000) and by changing social interactions amongst human operators in detrimental ways, either by design or accidental (Friedman and Nissenbaum 1996). There is a dawning recognition that technology has the potential not only to increase the efficiency of intelligence work, but to change the nature and meaning of our understandings of intelligence. From the expanding SECURITY NETWORKS AND HUMAN AUTONOMY… 37 portfolios of traditional intelligence and security organisations such as Parsons and Lockheed Martin into training and consultancy for banks, retail chains, and public transportation to the estimated 68,000 closed-circuit television (CCTV) cameras in English secondary schools, the scale and definition of intelligence work are redefined by ubiquitous surveillance technologies.