Quantum advances in communications devices (e.g., the Internet, e-mail, Facebook, texting and Twitter) have not only opened new avenues for sharing information, they have also provided individuals with intriguing methods to make trouble for themselves. The ready availability of this information carelessly broadcast opens to the world a bag of worms virtually impossible to close.
J. KARL MILLER: Betrayals of public trust should not be tolerated
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