Moral Hazards, Negative Externalities, and the Surveillance Economy

TitleMoral Hazards, Negative Externalities, and the Surveillance Economy
Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication2014
AuthorsBerghel, H
JournalComputer
Volume47
Pagination73-77
Date Published2014
Publication Languageeng
ISBN Number0018-9162
KeywordsACLU , COMMON , Digital , ECONOMICS , ethics , Government , governments , hazards , Klayman , Moral , National , negative , Privacy , socio-economic , surveillance , transactional , USA
AbstractModern economics includes the art of making common sense abstruse. Terms like moral hazard and negative externality both describe states of transactional imbalance. And this imbalance isn't limited to economics. When governments are involved, even digital technology can be threatening.
DOI10.1109/MC.2014.40

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