Read Case 2.1: Hacking into Harvard, located here or on page 71 in your textbook. Review the case study and analyze the actions of the students from a Kantian perspective. Consider whether the actions taken by the hackers were permissible according the standard of universal acceptability.
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From Kantian point of view, the understudies' activity was not reasonable by any methods. Regardless of the possibility that their entrance into the framework was to clear something up with no perniciousness, the topic of good value emerges. The outcomes of understudy access to the framework whether positive or negative doesn't make a difference to the extent morals is concerned. It is the inspiration for their activity that matters which likewise demonstrate their ethical worth. Understudies' contention that it was simply to clear something up demonstrates that their activities were propelled by their own longings and feelings which as indicated by Kant does not give them moral value. Also, the way that they simply needed to know their decision apparently vanquishes the all out basic guideline by Kant.
Activities by programmers was not admissible according to all inclusive agreeableness. Taking the stances of the concerned colleges as that of sound operators, the programmers' activity don't have any moral reason for legitimization. They broke the essential morals standards by participating in real life which is not their ethical obligation but rather simply their egotistical wishes.
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