Re: quoting the bible
I was just wondering if this can be done without offending anyone. Are
there any unwritten rules or ethics involved?
To be more precise, I'm writing a piece about Network Security and
attacks and I want to use the devil as a metaphor for attacks.
Any thoughts? My public is the world (wide web).
Aside from it being a trite metaphor, If you have doubts, don't do it. I am in the process of writing a paper that will include a major portion on wireless network security. Although a breach of security can result in all hell breaking loose, I have not made any references to the devil.
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