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  • Watch_Dogs: morality in the smart city
  • Watch_Dogs: morality in the smart city
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Watch_Dogs: morality in the smart city

In a not-so-distant future, Aiden Pearce strolls the streets of Chicago. Pulling a smartphone from the pocket of his inconspicuous trench coat, he hacks the nearest ATM and steals someone else's cash. For those who know what they're doing, a connected city is just waiting to be exploited.

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