|So you want to be a spy?By Jaime Bogardy
From the Author: A paper written with the broad theme of surveillance in mind, "So you want to be a spy?" traces the history of spyware and analyzes its necessity considering present international circumstances. A semester-long effort, the paper features a variety of research mediums, including personal interviews and information gathered at various museums. The topic was inspired by interests in cryptology and films involving spywork. This paper is one of two awarded the Julia Rogers Research Prize in 2007.
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