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In “Privacy” Deborah G. Johnson presents arguments designed to show that the greater capacity of computers to gather and store information has the capacity to both benefit and harm the social good. In what ways do these enhanced capacities have the potential to benefit and harm the social good? Which do you find stronger? Is there a way to embrace the benefits of computers without risking the harms to the social good she envisions?

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