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How Do Cultural Mores Impact Secret-Keeping?

During World War II, Alan Turing and his Bletchley-Park team worked in secret to crack the Germans' "Enigma" codes. It wasn't until long after the war that people worldwide learned about the efforts of these amazing people.

Does the constant presence of social media make secret-keeping more difficult today than it was during WWII? Explain your answer.

Is the lack of secret-keeping ability a good or a bad thing? Explain your answer.

Have cultural attitudes about secret-keeping changed? If so, how (and why)?


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