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- Defend or refute the argument that GIS&T professionals are culpable for applications that result in civilian casualties in warfare
- Discuss the ethical implications of the use of GIS&T as a surveillance technology
- Defend or refute the argument that the “digital divide” that characterizes access to GIS&T perpetuates inequities among developed and developing nations, among socio-economic groups, and between individuals, community organizations, and public agencies and private firms