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The Future of the Internet : And How to Stop It

By: Jonathan Zittrain

...(beyond that copying permitted by Sections 107 and 108 of the U.S. Copyright Law and except by reviewers for the public press), without written permis... ...erative Pattern—67 5 T ethered Appliances, Software as Service, and Perfect Enforcement—101 6 The Lessons of Wikipedia—127 Part III Solutions—149 7 ... ...nce and control. We have some hints of what that can look like. Enterprising law enforcement officers have been able to eavesdrop on occu- pants of moto... ...and control. We have some hints of what that can look like. Enterprising law enforcement officers have been able to eavesdrop on occu- pants of motor ve... ...ng used for a call. As these opportunities arise in places under the rule of law—where Introduction 4 some might welcome them—they also arise within ... ...der’s tally for a particular hole location. Rather than selling the required equipment to the government, Hollerith leased it out at a rate of one tho... ...ss its owner wanted to pay for more phone lines and some arcane multiplexing equipment. 19 With many interested users having to share one incoming lin... ...ing skill. Moreover, revocation is not an ab- stract threat because effective enforcement is not prohibitively expensive. Mea- sured by the same factor... ...ment: personally identifiable information accidentally placed online, missing equipment, lost backup tapes, or other administrative errors.” Kris Erick...

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The Williams Record

By: Student Media

...ee. '58 —Benjamin Franklin Lee. LL.D., a noted practitioner and teacher of law, died at his home in New York city on March 3. He was born in New York ... ...ated from Williams in 1858 and in ISfil re- ceived his LL.D. from Columbia law school. In the same year he was admitted to the bar and shortly after b... ...e year he was admitted to the bar and shortly after became a member of tho law firm of Turner, Lee it McClure. In 1883 Mr. Lee was npijointed professo... ...wtre dedicated September ^5th, it/ot), this .school DOW hat facilities and equipment for teacnin^ and research in the various branches of medicine pro... ... were dedicated September 25th, 19(/), this school u»„ ..„» facilities and equipment for teachinjf and research in the various branches of medicine pr... ...h were dedicated September 25th, 1906, thi.s school now has facilities and equipment for teaching and research in the various branches of medicme prob... ...s, presided. After considering the various arguments for and against rigid enforcement, it was decided to draw up a circular containing all these argu... ...to ascertain the attitude of these bodies toward a change in or a stricter enforcement of the rules, Nothing of importance, however, will be done unti... ... must be the disposition of the student-body to accept as final the recent enforcement of the admin- istrative provision. Equally ob- vious it is that...

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A History of U. S. Communications Security (Volumes I and Ii);1973

By: David G. Boak

....O. 12958, as amended, allows for the protection afforded to information under the provisions of law. Therefore, the names of NSA/CSS employees and in... ...reveal NSA/CSS functions and activities have been protected in accordance with Section 6, Public Law 86-36 (50 U.S. Code 402 note . Since your request... ... the abeDpta and weaknesses ofselected manualsystems, electro-mechaDica1 aDd electronic Cl')'Pio-equipmenta•. ~ =:::;; t-.:or-.- ---=..;: === - =---=:... ...COMSEC resources are far from infinite; not only are there constraints on the money, people: and equipment we can apply but also--as you will see late... ... _- : . ORIGINAL 57 SE\-E.'iTH LECTURE: Ciphony Equipmeataad Other Spedalized Systems Ciphon.,\· Equipment.-You have already had a ple\iew of lOme of ... ...mne. and this meant that any time one placed that handset remote from the machine. the user. by "law" had to be reo stricted to conversations no highe... ...ation. 1bere is a justifiable disillusion with our "doctrinal" and "procedural" remedies because enforcement is diJlicult, they are easy to circumvent...

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Facts and Fictions in the Securities Industry

By: Sam Vaknin

... Need for know-how, technological transfer and licensing required; • Suppliers of equipment, software, services (including offers); • Manpower (... ... of such arrears and overdue payments. 5. To collaborate with legal institutions, law enforcement agencies and private collection firms in assuri... ...uch arrears and overdue payments. 5. To collaborate with legal institutions, law enforcement agencies and private collection firms in assuring th... ...lement it. He is, therefore, put in charge of: 1. The selection of infrastructure, equipment, raw materials, industrial processes, etc.; 2. Negoti... ...e to the authorities - the tax administration, bank supervision, deposit insurance, law enforcement agencies, and securities and exchange commissio... ...the authorities - the tax administration, bank supervision, deposit insurance, law enforcement agencies, and securities and exchange commission. Th... .... Its board of directors has full authority to run the agency. The board obeys the law, not political masters. The FDIC has a preemptive role. It r... ...e Commission (SEC). The reason? As the New York Times put it: "criticism that his enforcement was too heavy-handed". President Bush chose Californ... ...ctor in a successful choice between investments. Let us take a surprising example: equipment differs in its flexibility - some equipment can be dea...

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The Marketing of Ideas and Social Issues

By: Seymour Fine

...1 Communication Effects 72 The Communication's Message 73 Message Design and the Law 74 SUMMARY 74 7 CHANNELS OF DISTRIBUTION IN SOCIAL MARKETIN... ...mation into one or more people. Interest. A feeling of concern about something. Law. Ideas established as enforceable public policy. Lobbying. P... ...e diagnosis and attorneys rely on an experiential approach or what is called "case law." Economists look to utility theory emphasizing the most effi... ...In many cases compliance has necessitated large expenditures by school systems for equipment, structural modification in buildings and special staff.... ...g illustration, Blau (1955) describes the exchange of advice among agents in a law enforcement agency: A consultation can be considered an exchang... ... improving the quality of the labor force, (b) investing in more efficient capital equipment, or (c) automation (Lovelock and Young 1979, p. 168). ... ... sporting goods firm cannot afford to stay aloof of the idea of PTAs if it markets equipment to schools. As Nancy Hupfer and David Gardner (1971) p...

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Abuse, Trauma, And Torture, And Their Consequences and Effects

By: Sam Vaknin

...ly. Feels superior, omnipotent, omniscient, invincible, immune, "above the law", and omnipresent (magical thinking). Rages when frustrated, contrad... ...s pleasurable or gainful). In extreme cases, the narcissist feels above the law – any kind of law. This grandiose and haughty conviction leads to c... ....yahoo.com/group/narcissisticab use/message/5003 The Narcissist is Above the Law http://health.groups.yahoo.com/group/narcissisticab use/message/4983 ... ... business, corporate management, the medical professions, the military, law enforcement agencies, politics, and sports. It is safe to predict that ... ...o not succumb to blackmail. If things get rough – disengage, involve law enforcement officers, friends and colleagues, or threaten him (legally).... ...financial losses from quitting jobs, moving, and buying expensive security equipment in an attempt to gain privacy. Changing homes and jobs results... ...should provide the victim with lists of contacts – help organisations, law enforcement agencies, other women in her condition, domestic violence sh... ...her. He must be exceedingly smart, good looking, have adequate reproductive equipment and some knowledge on how to use it and that's about it. When ...

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The Silver Lining: Moral Deliberations in Modern Cinema

By: Sam Vaknin, Ph. D.

...kovich VII. Dreamcatcher – The Myth of Destructibility VIII. I, Robot – The Fourth Law of Robotics IX. Surrogates: The Interrupted Self X. Avatar:... ...from other statements, at least one of which is a statement of a general scientific law. This is the "Covering Law Model" and it implies a symmet... ... to women and children? Should not he have obeyed the captain's orders (=the marine law)? Should we succumb to laws that put our lives at risk (figh... ...tion- givers? Consider a mountain climber – should a robot refuse to hand him his equipment lest he falls off a cliff in an unsuccessful bid to re... ...ious hacking; they possess superhuman faculties, which makes them resistant to law enforcement efforts; and in appearance, they are not clones of t...

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The Fundamental Assumptions Underlying the Modern Study of Psychopathology Examined.

By: Sam Vaknin

...development of the baby is heavily influenced both by the lack of sufficient neural equipment and by the ever-changing dimensions and proportions of... ...", to "ra" and to "la". Adults do not – which is the source of numerous jokes. The equipment of the newborn is not limited to the auditory. He has ... ...ions and theories. It is inconceivable that a human is born with all this exquisite equipment while incapable of experiencing the birth trauma or th... ...The serial killer tightens the proverbial noose around his neck by interacting with law enforcement agencies and the media and thus providing them ... ...erial killer tightens the proverbial noose around his neck by interacting with law enforcement agencies and the media and thus providing them with ... ...the same. In a range of demanding professions - surgeons, medical doctors, judges, law enforcement agents - objectification efficiently fends off a... ...same. In a range of demanding professions - surgeons, medical doctors, judges, law enforcement agents - objectification efficiently fends off atten... ...t reality to fit their fantasies. In extreme cases, the pedophile feels above the law – any kind of law. This grandiose and haughty conviction lea... ...ies, hospitals, managed healthcare, private clinics, academic departments, and law enforcement agencies rely, for their continued and exponential g...

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The Malignan Self Love : Narcissism Revisited

By: Sam Vaknin

...lving drug companies, hospitals, managed healthcare, private clinics, academic departments, and law enforcement agencies rely, for their continued ... ...g drug companies, hospitals, managed healthcare, private clinics, academic departments, and law enforcement agencies rely, for their continued and ... ...arrogantly and haughtily. Feels superior, omnipotent, omniscient, invincible, immune, "above the law", and omnipresent (magical thinking). Rages whe... ...d antisocial (sociopath or psychopath). He ignores the wishes and needs of others, he breaks the law, he violates all rights, both natural and legal... ...st any narcissist either. He must be exceedingly smart, good looking, have adequate reproductive equipment and some knowledge on how to use it and t... ... They are insatiable. Do not succumb to blackmail. If things get rough – disengage, involve law enforcement officers, friends and colleagues, or th...

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The Path of Splitness

By: Indrek Pringi

...sponsibility Pg 287 Freedom and Irresponsibility Pg 288 Ownership Pg 290 Law Pg 291 War Pg 296 Conclusion Chapter Six ‘A’: Civilization ... ...lation: Antagonism and Competition Pg 366 Sports Pg 401 Happiness Pg 402 Law Pg 413 Logic and Legality Pg 420 Science and Balance Pg 4... ...in a strict sequence. Cause and Effect can also be defined by Newton’s Third Law of Motion which states: “For every action: there is an equal and o... ...an clearly be seen using the naked eye without any expensive fancy scientific equipment. Anyone can do it and see with their own eyes how light beh... ... imposed forcefully from the outside. The reason for any compulsory external enforcement of conformity is based upon power, authority, and fear. R... ...s a product of fear or hate: it becomes destructive and evil. This compulsory enforcement corrupted the basic cooperative dynamic of the band. ... ...is stolen back… it works. Same field same rules same goal same goalie, same equipment, same ball… hmmm. Same strategy also. And same requirement... ...it. The abstract development of Law merely became a codified system for this enforcement. As a part of the hierarchical nature of civilization, it ... ...ster after disaster… As the living plants destroyed all of their high-priced equipment. Sound a little like all of the history of civilized human...

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Terrorists and Freedom Fighters

By: Sam Vaknin

...mes counterproductive even in terms of the same moral principles being sought. The law of diminishing returns applies to morality." Thomas Sowell ... ...very telling. At first it concentrated its fiery intentions only upon military and law and order personnel. Its reluctance to effect civilians was ... ...fore (though it was still short of medical supplies, ammunition and communications equipment). The KLA now had shoulder-fired anti-tank rocket lau... ...ompanies, hospitals, managed healthcare, private clinics, academic departments, and law enforcement agencies rely, for their continued and exponent... ...ies, hospitals, managed healthcare, private clinics, academic departments, and law enforcement agencies rely, for their continued and exponential g... ...glorious days of the Soviet Union. The absence of independent justice, corrupt law enforcement, non-existent freedom of press, religion, assemblies...

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The World Factbook: 1987

By: Central Intelligence Agency

...extractive industries (chrome and oil) Shortages: spare parts, machinery and equipment, some food products and con- sumer goods Electric power: 1,840,... ...trative districts); 691 communes Legal system: based on French and Is- lamic law, with socialist principles; new constitution adopted by referendum No... ...e divisions: 18 provinces Legal system: formerly based on Portu- guese civil law system and customary law; being modified along socialist model Nation... ... ucts, timber, and cotton Imports: $1.4 billion (f.o.b., 1986 est.); capital equipment (machinery and electri- cal equipment), food, vehicles and spar... ...ependent territory Capital: The Valley Legal system: based on English common law; constitution came into effect on 1 April 1982 Branches: 11-member Ho... ...- sufficient in food Major industries: mining, industrial and transportation equipment, food processing, chemicals Crude steel: 6.6 million metric ton... ... dominated by Nyerere; has considerable power over domestic policies and the enforcement of them Voting strength: (October 1985 national elections) cl...

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The Labor Divide

By: Sam Vaknin

...remains employed. Thus, a graduated incentive scale has to be part of any law and incentive plan. Example: employers will get increasing participati... ...remains employed. Thus, a graduated incentive scale has to be part of any law and incentive plan. Example: employers will get increasing participati... ... allowed (see details below). I recommend altering the Labour Relations Law to allow more flexible hiring and firing procedures. Currently, to dis... ... $50 a month salaries, crumbling universities, shortages of books and lab equipment, and an intellectual wasteland. The European Commission had this... ...of work from factory and office to home and car. Machine tools and office equipment well into the 1980's were too cumbersome to install at home. ... ...trust case, usually notifies another member country whenever an antitrust enforcement action may affect important interests of that country or its n... ...and political obstacles which faced its extraterritorial prosecutions and enforcement. The agreements require one party to notify the other of immi...

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The Public Domain : Enclosing the Commons of the Mind

By: James Boyle

...ary university I have ever encountered and so the obligations flow beyond the law school. Professor Anthony Kelley, a brilliant composer, not only educ... ...enomics, and my wife Lauren Dame, as- sociate director of the Genome Ethics, Law and Policy Center, provided cru- cial support to my work with the sci... ...hur, and Hewlett Foundations have generously supported my work, as have Duke Law School’s research grants and Bost Fellowships. My work on synthetic b... ...replicated, because the music has all kinds of overtones from the historical equipment used and even the methods of recording. Fundamentally, though, ... ...t gets its breathing room, not from legal exceptions, but from technological enforcement difficulties. Finally, as more and more people can create and ... ...dows. Perhaps. Or perhaps it also takes the con- sistent threat of antitrust enforcement. In any event, whether or not we hit the optimal point in pro... ...fits of cheaper copying and transmission worldwide and with perfect copyright enforcement as well. (Though the methodology of some of the studies, whic...

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Capitalistic Musings

By: Sam Vaknin

...nce XXXVII. The Lessons of Transition XXXVIII. The Morality of Child Labor XXXIX. Law and Technology XL. The Author Economics - Psychology's Neg... ...dministered by some supreme, transcendental principle is restored. This sense of "law and order" is further enhanced when the theory yields predic... ...ons which come true, either because they are self-fulfilling or because some real "law", or pattern, has emerged. Alas, this happens rarely. As "Th... ...ns successfully. A single person, working from home, with less than $2000 worth of equipment - can publish a Webzine, author software, write music,... ...existence and continuous operation of institutions - financial intermediaries, law enforcement agencies, courts. It is important to note that marke... ...ned only rationally. But this is unconvincing without the existence of an Hobesian enforcement mechanism (a state is the most common one). Players ... ...orates all the physically possible moves of all the players. An outside agency with enforcement powers (the state, the police, the courts, the law) ... ...instruction-givers? Take a mountain climber – should a robot refuse to hand him his equipment lest he falls off the mountain in an unsuccessful bid ...

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Trendsiters Digital Content and Web Technologies

By: Sam Vaknin

...eapfrogging Transition IV. The Selfish Net – The Semantic Web V. The Law of Technology VI. Metaphors of the Net VII. The Solow Paradox ... ...rism.org and its commercial arm, Turnit.com, are the cyber equivalent of a law enforcement agency, acting after the fact to discover the culprits and... ...org and its commercial arm, Turnit.com, are the cyber equivalent of a law enforcement agency, acting after the fact to discover the culprits and unco... ...Voluntary censorship", to be sure, somewhat toothless standardization and enforcement authorities, to be sure - still, a censorship with its own ins... ...ium, such as the Internet. Computer technology seems to abide by "Moore's Law" which says that the number of transistors which can be put on a chip ... ...ons successfully. A single person, sitting at home with 5000 USD worth of equipment can fully compete with the best products of the best printing ho... ...one can print a visually impressive book, using the above-mentioned cheap equipment. But in an age of information glut, it is the marketing, the medi... ...ich pays the price of piracy." Is there any proven connection between the enforcement (or even the existence) of intellectual property rights - and ... ...ar charges are applied today by many European countries to other types of equipment: tape recorders, photocopiers, video- cassettes and scanners, for...

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Cyclopedia of Economics

By: Sam Vaknin

... In some countries, the obligation to save life is legally codified. But while the law of the land may create a LEGAL right and corresponding LEGAL... ...d, if so (b) in which circumstances – can be easily settled using modern contract law. Yes, a contract can be annulled and voided if signed under ... ... Why is there a debate regarding this question? "Thou shalt not kill" is a natural law, it appears in virtually every legal system. It is easily an... ...g an antitrust case, usually notifies another member country whenever an antitrust enforcement action may affect important interests of that countr... ...he legal and political obstacles which faced its extraterritorial prosecutions and enforcement. The agreements require one party to notify the othe... ...t. This fine (and blurred) distinction is too often lost on decision makers and law enforcement agencies. ERADICATING CORRUPTION An effective prog... ... that goes largely unnoticed: personal publishing. Today, anyone, using very basic equipment can publish and unleash his work upon tens of millions... ... cooking to hiking - can now be indulged at home with pro-am (professional-amateur) equipment. We may become self-sufficient as far as functions we ... ...and somewhat random) selection of previous explorations and research. He even uses equipment – to measure and perform other functions – that was in...

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Fixing Global Finance

By: Kavaljit Singh

...d by internationally active banks and financial institutions. Although the enforcement of financial regulation remains within the jurisdiction of nati... ...nstraints Imposed by the EEA Agreement,” Society of International Economic Law (SIEL), Second Biennial Global Conference, University of Barcelona, Jul... ...in which real assets are purchased. These include real estate or plant and equipment assets and involve effort to manage and control. FDI flows have t... ...ding Crisis: Causes and Effects of the Mort- gage Meltdown, Wolters Kluwer Law & Business, 2008. Kavaljit Singh, Globalization of Finance: A Citizen’s...

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