Social workers frequently find themselves in circumstances where self-disclosure is, or has the potential to become, an issue. Some forms of self-disclosure are benign and may be therapeutically useful in that they help clients connect with their social workers and view them as humans; other forms of self-disclosure are exploitative, self-serving, and harmful to clients. Social workers who disclose personal information inappropriately may injure clients and expose themselves to the risk of ethics complaints and negligence lawsuits.
There are additional benefits of open source security tools. Most of them are more or less "free"; the solutions are available to anyone with the time and need to install them. This helps put the "little guys" on the same footing as large corporations, security-wise. An open source tool puts the system administrator in control of the level of risk assumed in deploying the tool. Perhaps you don't trust the open source developer any more than the proprietary vendor. Then you can audit the code yourself, or hire someone to do it for you. Finally, open source solutions are by their nature dynamic. Perhaps a tool doesn't do exactly what you need -- you can break open the code and fix it yourself. Open source provides a flexibility not available in closed products. Hopefully, if you do make improvements to an open tool you'll offer them back to the original developer and community at large. The give-and-take of the gift economy benefits everyone.
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