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Privacy and Security: An Ethics Code For U.S. Intelligence Officers

By Brian Snow, Clinton Brooks

Communications of the ACM, Vol. 52 No. 8, Pages 30-32

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Debating and arguing the points of a proposed code of behavior to provide guidance in making choices can produce the most effective ethics training.

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Martin Schroeder

Nice idea, but totally unrealistic.

E.g. the CIA would have to fire at least 50% of it's employees because of misconduct. And the NSA would have to be closed.

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