Module 2: Reactions Across the Globe to Digitally Dependent Lives
Please use the following materials: In the world of ethics, we need to be very mindful of the permanent effect of seemingly convenient and connected technologies, especially as it renders an element of absolute lock on a person’s past and future. https://eppc.org/publication/our-digital-panopticon-2/
- Section 1: What strikes you as the most dangerous aspect of the panopticon? Why? What are the repercussions for the next generation, based on your viewpoint?
- Section 2: How do you contrast the concepts of biblical mercy, and biblical forgiveness with the perpetuity with which the digital panopticon locks your past and present?
- Section 3: What is the strongest ethical argument against the digital panopticon? Does the argument change depending on the part of the world that poses it?
Due date 2/2/2023, APA format, 600 words