Choose one item, related to both information technology ethics and Computer Crime and Privacy from any worthy edited/QAed online source, such as MIT Technology Review, Wired, Ars Technica, TechDirt, Atlantic, The New York Times, The Washington Post, Christian Science Monitor Passcode, CNET, CIO, Information Week (that is not an exhaustive list). Look for their Computer Science & IT collections. Why you chose this item. A brief summary of the main points that the author made in the item. An analysis of the item. Points to address (all 7 of them): Did the author have a clear purpose for the item? What makes you believe so? Was this purpose accomplished? How? Did the author present compelling evidence to support main points? Does the item have gaps? What sort? Did the author present the information in a way that readers would find appealing? In what way? Is the world a better place for this item being written/given? How? How does this item relate to the real world, either business-wise, or personally? If it doesn't, state why. You don't have to write in a boring and stilted academic style in your summary and analysis - it's all right (and encouraged!) to write in an engaging style! It's recommended that you do make a clear distinction between the summary and analysis sections, if only to remember to address all 7 points of the analysis assignment.