Ethical Hacking: Hammond, Locke, and How They Affect Us

A little while ago, we learned about ethical hacking. We found out about 3 important but somewhat controversial men. Jeremy Hammond and Aaron Swartz were self-acclaimed ‘hacktivists‘ who used hacking for the greater good. John Locke was a philosopher who believed in the inalienable the rights of life, liberty, and property. Here are the 2 essays I typed to display my opinions on Hammond and Locke’s beliefs.

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