There’s a student note called IMMUNIZING THE INTERNET, OR: HOW I LEARNED TO STOP WORRYING AND LOVE THE WORM in the latest Harvard Law Review. The (anonymous) author argues that network security improves as a result of cybercrime.

[UPDATE: Having read the article, I have two quick comments. First, the author does not really explain why crime (i.e. unauthorized access), as opposed to education (i.e. disclosure), promotes security. Second, I love footnote 47.]