Archive for Virtual Integrity

An Informed Conscience Regarding Online Content Sharing

Posted by Dan Lohrmann on Friday, September 16th, 2011

I came across an interesting article worth reading about stealing content online entitled: Dear Conscience – Internet Piracy It is interesting that, in this case, they have the devil against stealing and the angel supporting the “sharing” of copyrighted content. Here are a few excerpts: Shoulder Devil: “Forget the legality of file sharing, in my opinion nothing is illegal [...]

Can Online Privacy or Anonymity Be Used Like Dr. Jekyll’s Potion Creating Mr. Hyde?

Posted by Dan Lohrmann on Friday, September 2nd, 2011

I don’t normally point to my own professional blogs from CSO Magazine or Government Technology Magazine, but I’m making an exception in this case. I recently read an intriguing blog on the Harvard Business Review’s website that began with some excellent commentary on the news headlines surrounding our leaders behaving badly in cyberspace. However, the [...]