Schools are teaching a new generation of hackers how to code and program, providing them with newfound abilities to use technology and manipulate data. But, as Spiderman learned at the outset of his career, "with great power comes great responsibility." Since what you "can" do with technology quickly outstrips what you "may" do, what should students be taught about the ethics and law of hacking? How do we instill values that ensure they make good choices while exploring technical boundaries?
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