Cyber Security

1989: RFC 1087 “Ethics and the Internet”

So manches was man im Internet entdeckt stimmt nachdenklich. 1989 wurde in einem RFC (Request for Comments) über die Benutzung des Internets nachgedacht. Es nennt sich “Ethics and the Internet” und trägt die Nummer 1087. Ethik (griech: Ethos für Gebrauch, Sitte, Charakter) ist die Beschäftigung mit Moral auf wissenschaftlicher Basis und eine Disziplin im Bereich der praktischen Philosophie. Zurück zum RFC.

Hier ein Auszug, welcher zum Nachdenken anregt:

Network Working Group                          Internet Activities Board
Request for Comments: 1087                                  January 1989

                        Ethics and the Internet

Status of this Memo

   This memo is a statement of policy by the Internet Activities Board
   (IAB) concerning the proper use of the resources of the Internet.
   Distribution of this memo is unlimited.


The IAB strongly endorses the view of the Division Advisory Panel of
   the National Science Foundation Division of Network, Communications
   Research and Infrastructure which, in paraphrase, characterized as
   unethical and unacceptable any activity which purposely:

      (a) seeks to gain unauthorized access to the resources of the

      (b) disrupts the intended use of the Internet,

      (c) wastes resources (people, capacity, computer) through such

      (d) destroys the integrity of computer-based information,


      (e) compromises the privacy of users.

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In allen Punkten (a-e) “Nicht Genügend”. Setzen.


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