Should have the USSR released the information of the crisis earlier so that other's could have fled? Or were they wise in attempting to control the problem before letting other's know?
There are effective tools that are available to give information to the public. Through news channels, online and through social media. Sharing information is easy and spreads like wildfire. Communicating ideas, crowd sourcing, and collaborating for projects are easier than ever. However who draws the line as to what information is pertinent to the public and what should remain secret?
Edward Snowden was a NSA consultant who lived in Hawaii. While working for the NSA he found certain classified information and programmed that was being implemented that seemed against the human rights stated in the first amendment.
Edward Snowden used the internet to publicly post all of the secret activity of the NSA that was violating the privacy of all American citizens. Was Edward Snowden ethical in his executive decision for the American citizen?
Should we all be more transparent and have free communication among people and organizations? Or should we all respect each other's privacy?