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The situation: My choice for a case of a group’s use of internet- and computer-related technologies creating inestimable ethical conflicts and dilemmas is a now-famous cyber-attack on Iran’s nuclear facilities, an attack which came to be known by the software used, Stuxnet. The attack, its context, and its consequences are described in great detail in this Foreign Policy article, Stuxnet’s Secret Twin, from November 19, 2013.
The primary known target of the Stuxnet cyber-attacks was Iran’s uranium enrichment facility at Natanz. It was initially thought that the Stuxnet software/virus/malware was a single version or iteration, and that it had performed its attacks on the Iranian facilities in 2009 and/or 2010. According to Langner, however, it now seems...
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