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The Politics of the Internet Lecture 11: Copyright II – Where Code Meets Law

The Politics of the Internet Lecture 11: Copyright II – Where Code Meets Law

The Politics of the Internet Lecture 11: Copyright II – Where Code Meets Law. Last week How copyright was challenged by MP3s and file sharing – and how copyright owners responded This week How copyright law and computer code are coming to reinforce each other.

By bernad
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Case study 1: Dairy marketing policy in Kenya

Case study 1: Dairy marketing policy in Kenya

Case study 1: Dairy marketing policy in Kenya. The dairy sector in Kenya. Predominantly based on smallholder production with informal marketing by small-scale traders >86% of all marketed milk is sold as raw milk to consumers Some 800,000 dairy-cow owning households

By enoch
(375 views)

The Eastern Front in WWI

The Eastern Front in WWI

The Eastern Front in WWI. 17.08.1914-03.03.1918. Ilkka Saarinen & Totti Lampisjärvi. The Russian Empire (later the Russian Republic, Russian SFSR) and Romania (1916) versus  The German Empire , Austria-Hungary, the Ottoman Empire and Bulgaria. Belligerents:.

By ronald
(510 views)

Choosing Your Battles Counting the Cost Before Going to War A Presentation for Holzer Medical Center LDI

Choosing Your Battles Counting the Cost Before Going to War A Presentation for Holzer Medical Center LDI

Choosing Your Battles Counting the Cost Before Going to War A Presentation for Holzer Medical Center LDI. Kendall L. Stewart, M.D. October 22, 2004. What’s in this for me?. In every organization, there are plenty of opportunities to fight.

By pelagia
(133 views)

Descriptive Cataloging of Monographs --DRAFT--

Descriptive Cataloging of Monographs --DRAFT--

Descriptive Cataloging of Monographs --DRAFT--. 5. Title and Statement of Responsibility Area (Area 1): Title Proper. In This Session …. AACR2/rev. rules & LCRIs for transcribing the title proper in detail Introduction to rules for capitalization, punctuation, spacing, & special characters

By Lucy
(216 views)

Writing a Myth or Legend

Writing a Myth or Legend

Writing a Myth or Legend. This week we will write our own myth or legend, step by step. Checklist for a myth Story about gods and goddesses; Includes magical elements and powers; Features heroic characters; May explain a strange/important happening in nature;

By Rita
(371 views)

The American Revolution: Background and Initial Military Campaigns

The American Revolution: Background and Initial Military Campaigns

The American Revolution: Background and Initial Military Campaigns. Teaching American History. Overview of the American Revolution . Was the American Revolution the single most important event in American History?

By Jimmy
(208 views)

Intellectual but not Thoughtful, Righteous but not Just:

Intellectual but not Thoughtful, Righteous but not Just:

Intellectual but not Thoughtful, Righteous but not Just:. Trumping Hermeneutical A Prioris for the Sake of the Truth. Older Son Searched the Scriptures even deeper than his elders Flaunted his freedom Stumbled in his vulnerability Reacted to feeling Condemned?. Second Son

By geraldine
(93 views)

Descriptive Cataloging of Monographs --DRAFT--

Descriptive Cataloging of Monographs --DRAFT--

Descriptive Cataloging of Monographs --DRAFT--. 5. Title and Statement of Responsibility Area (Area 1): Title Proper. In This Session …. AACR2/rev. rules & LCRIs for transcribing the title proper in detail Introduction to rules for capitalization, punctuation, spacing, & special characters

By genero
(177 views)

The Civil War: Chapter 11

The Civil War: Chapter 11

The Civil War: Chapter 11. Confederate Union. Make a T-Chart. Union strengths and weaknesses. Confederate strengths and weaknesses. . Key Figures of the Civil War: Union. Key Figures of the Civil War: Confederacy. First Battle of Bull Run (Manassas).

By lotta
(290 views)

BYOD – First Year Results & Research

BYOD – First Year Results & Research

BYOD – First Year Results & Research. Rachel Shankles Lakeside High School Hot Springs, AR 71901 Rachel_Shankles@Lakesidesd.org. Why BYOD in Schools?. to increase motivation and engagement in the classroom

By hedva
(88 views)

World War I Notes

World War I Notes

World War I Notes. Causes of World War I: MAIN. Militarism Refers to the tendency to identify national success with military success Refers to the desire to build up strong armies and navies Armies Germany vs. France and Russia (two largest armies in Europe Navies

By benito
(141 views)

What defines a leader? What are the three most important roles of leaders?

What defines a leader? What are the three most important roles of leaders?

What defines a leader? What are the three most important roles of leaders? What are the essential qualities of a leader (at least 5)? List at least 5 common labels of leaders. List at least 5 specific, famous leaders. Leader Paragraph: Who is the most important leader in our society?.

By gamma
(161 views)

Warm Up

Warm Up

Analyze the information on page 194 and then using this information answer the below question. What do you think was the most important reason for the American victory? Why? Be ready to share your answer with the class. Warm Up. Chapter 6 . Section 4: Winning Independence. British.

By zavad
(138 views)

802.11ax Spec Development Process Proposal

802.11ax Spec Development Process Proposal

802.11ax Spec Development Process Proposal. Date: 2014-03-17. Authors:. Context and Introduction Rationale for introducing a Spec Framework Document (SFD) step in previous projects Proposal for inclusion of an SFD step in the update to the TGax spec development process Next Steps.

By opal
(368 views)

The Power of Print

The Power of Print

The Power of Print. Three Types of Media. Broadsides: the most dominant form of instant communication. These large single sheets of paper, sold in the streets or posted in public places contained news, notices, resolutions, satiric attacks on public officials and cartoons

By cid
(162 views)

Battle of the Somme

Battle of the Somme

Battle of the Somme. New Zealanders and the Somme. Following the evacuation, the NZ forces went to Egypt for training before been transported to the Western front where they participated in many crucial Battles in both France and Belgium, including the Somme

By veata
(369 views)

Revolutionary War Heroes

Revolutionary War Heroes

Revolutionary War Heroes. Objective. By the end of this mini-lesson you will be familiar with some important heroes of the American Revolution! . Not J ust Soldiers . The Continental Army and Navy received help from many civilians or people not in the military. . Nathan Hale .

By fritz
(170 views)

1. Culture Building 2. The Power of Three

1. Culture Building 2. The Power of Three

1. Culture Building 2. The Power of Three. Phil Bowdle | philbowdle.com. Mission. Vision. Culture. mission: w hat do you best everyday.

By micah
(110 views)

Lecture 9:

Lecture 9:

Lecture 9:. History 2010, United States History I. Pre-Civil War and Civil War Eras. Grant. Lincoln. Lee. War between the States. Pre-Civil War Era.

By kioko
(113 views)

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