Submit one initial post addressing the topics below, and respond to two classmate′s posts. What is protected data? (cite your source) What type of information does your company (or a former company) need to protect? In the discussion, give the type of information, why it needs protection, and what would be the impact to the… Continue reading Provide one post of no less than 300 words.
1 Bidri The production of Bidri is a traditional craft of India. Bidri wares (bowls, vessels, and so on) are cast from an alloy containing primarily zinc along with some copper. Consider the observations on copper content (%) for a sample of Bidri artifacts in London’s Victoria and Albert Museum, contained in http://ritsokiguess.site/datafiles/bidri.csv. (1 point)… Continue reading Explain briefly.
Under the ″Exclusionary Rule″ all evidence obtained in violation of the fourth, fifth and sixth amendments will be excluded at trial. Research and brief a case (other than Miranda) where the exclusionary rule was utilized. You must include a. Full citation b. Jurisdiction c. Facts of the case d. Issue (s) e. Relevant Law f.… Continue reading Issue (s)
Choose one of the six extended essay options and upload a one- or two-page response. Please include the prompt at the top of the page. 1. Was it a cat I saw? Yo-no-na-ka, ho-ka-ho-ka na-no-yo (Japanese for “the world is a warm place”). Moze jutro ta dama da tortu jezom (Polish for “maybe tomorrow that… Continue reading Choose one of the six extended essay options and upload a one- or two-page response.
102 Research Paper Guidelines—this paper is 30% of your grade Choosing a Topic: The first step in writing a research paper is choosing a topic. This semester, you will choose a topic from American history from the years 1960-2010. You will have to find a specific event, person, invention, etc. and focus on that topic.… Continue reading Do not use student-generated sources.
Please prepare your own household budget for the period of January 2022 through December 2022. This budget must include: a statement of your economic goals your revenues and expenditures along with your net balance a statement of how you’ve forecasted your revenues a statement of your decision-making process in determining your expenditures (For example, will… Continue reading Did anyone else play a role in the decision-making process?)
Discuss the General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679 (GDPR). Is this legislation really necessary and is there an unnecessary burden on business? N.B Expectations: You should specifically address the need for this legislation and the impact it has on businesses. You will be expected to demonstrate an ability to argue for both sides of the… Continue reading Is this legislation really necessary and is there an unnecessary burden on business?
Microfossil Part 2 Attached Files: https://edisonohio.blackboard.com/bbcswebdav/pid-5426272-dt-content-rid-22482381_1/xid-22482381_1 For this lab, you will need to make a series of drawings. I expect your drawings to be fairly large with good detail, ie. four drawings per page. You will not receive credit if your drawings are too simple or too small. You may draw in pencil if you… Continue reading Open the pdf for the directions and weblinks to the specimens.
Assignment: Annotated Bibliography: #1. In this assignment, teacher candidates will work individually to create an annotated bibliography of 10 children’s books that connect to a common theme or topic related to social justice or diversity. 2. The bibliography should include both fiction and nonfiction texts, contain a range in reading levels (K-12) and represent a… Continue reading Assignment: annotated bibliography:
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Read a text and answer questions. Blu Dot When a trio of college friends with backgrounds in art and architecture started moving into their first apartments in the late 1990s, they were frustrated to find that when it came to furniture, they couldn’t afford what they liked and didn’t like what they could afford. Happily… Continue reading When a trio of college friends with backgrounds in art and architecture started moving into their first apartments in the late 1990s, they were frustrated to find that when it came to furniture, they couldn’t afford what they liked and didn’t like what they could afford.