Ethics and hacktivism, Relating to Information Systems Analyze current/arising opportunities and challenges

Ethics and hacktivism, Relating to Information Systems
Analyze current/arising opportunities and challenges (now and in the next 5 years);
Small Introduction of ethics and hacktivism relating to positives and negatives
Paragraph about one opportunity
Paragraph about one Negative
The pro and cons can be economically, culturally and socially beneficial or not
Evaluate prospects for long-term future impact/evolution (after 10 to 20 years).
Small Introduction of ethics and hacktivism and the point to help the future, Talk about the motives.
A future look into hacktivism paragraph, provide examples – politically how it can evolve.
(PLEASE ADD/USE SCHOLARLY ARTICLES)
Citations that help:
Goodrum, A., & Manion, M. (2000). The ethics of hacktivism. Journal of Information Ethics, 9(2), 51-59,96. Retrieved from https://www.proquest.com/scholarly-journals/ethics-hacktivism/docview/1850670941/se-2?accountid=58869
Samuel, A. W. (2004). Hacktivism and the future of political participation (Order No. 3149592). Available from ProQuest Dissertations & Theses Global. (305192999). Retrieved from https://www.proquest.com/dissertations-theses/hacktivism-future-political-participation/docview/305192999/se-2?accountid=58869
Yar, M. (2006). Political hacking: from hacktivism to cyberterrorism. In Cybercrime and society (pp. 45-62). SAGE Publications Ltd, https://dx.doi.org/10.4135/9781446212196.n3