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Listed below are some of the institute instructors and speakers. Those for whom we have a bio have their names displayed against a light purple background. Click on a name to read the person's bio. Click on the name a second time to close the bio. Keynote speaker: Professor Ching-chih Chen 陈刘钦智 Professor, Graduate School of Library and Information Science Simmons College, Boston PI/Project Director, NSF/IDLP Global Memory Net PI/Project Director, World Heritage Memory Net In partnership with UNESCO/World Heritage Center Ching-chih Chen is Professor of the Graduate School of Library and ...
Police Blotter Courts split over police searches
To snatch these capacious little devices from our homes, police need warrants. But if we happen to be arrested with gadgets in our pocket or purse, police claim they can search through the contents, including personal photo albums, without limitation. (CNET readers who attend the Burning Man festival and like to document their pharmaceutical experimentation, take note.) One of the two passengers said he had left his driver’s license at home as well, and a man in the back seat produced an Alabama license. Pruett checked the names against the National Crime Information Center’s database, which told him that there were ... market research, surveys and trends
Why Does Health Care In The US Cost So Much?
This article is one of a series on the topic of Health Information Exchanges which are Integration Competency Centers for the heath care industry. Click HERE for an overview of the series. It is critical that we understand the underlying cost drivers in the industry so that we can develop an integration strategy and information infrastructure that addresses the root cause concerns. In the prior posting it became clear that the U.S. health care system is average compared to other countries (it does well in some respects, but with room for improvement in other areas), which might not be a bad thing except for the fact that the ... market research, surveys and trends


SurfControl Internet Threat Database Exceeds 12 Million URLs
CONGLETON, England, September 19 /PRNewswire/ -- SurfControl (LSE: SRF), a world leader in enterprises threat protection, today announced the Company's Internet Threat Database has grown to more than 12 million URLs. More than one million new Websites have been added over the past 30 days, a growth driven by the increasing use of blended internet threats by cyber criminals. Corporate IT problems of the past, such as Web abuse, viruses and spam, have been joined by additional threats including spyware, phishing attacks, Trojans and key loggers. These blended threats are increasingly designed to get past point-solution ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Trade Protection: Incipient but Worrisome Trends - TRADE notes ...
Feb 9, 2009 ... the US direct subsidy of $17.4 billion to its three national companies, Canada, .... trade-to-GDP is today 96 percent compared to 55 percent in 1970 – and ... much greater legal stability of trading relations. ... Source: Chad Brown, Global Anti-dumping Database, World Bank forthcoming. Figure 3 ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
How a son's DNA snared his father
in the "Grim Sleeper" serial-killing case demonstrates how the sins of the father can be found out through a son's DNA - and why the technique can be controversial. A 57-year-old one-time LAPD garage attendant named Lonnie Franklin Jr. was arrested in Los Angeles in connection with the string of 10 murders, committed between 1985 and 2007. The killer was nicknamed the "Grim Sleeper" because there was a 14-year break within that string, from 1988 to 2002. The case puts an unorthodox forensic tool known as familial DNA analysis at center stage. The method is specifically allowed only in two states - California market trends, news research and surveys resources
Court orders state to get the facts on asbestos exposure
The High Court of Justice has given the state six months to set up a database listing all workers who are exposed to dust that is potentially damaging to their health and, as much as possible, to name those workers who have been exposed to such particles, as well as the results of medical examinations they have undergone. This ruling last week is considered a significant step forward in the struggle of workers exposed to asbestos to gain their rights, as well as offering better protection of workers in environments containing harmful dust particles. Asbestos causes several diseases, including the lung disease asbestosis and and ... market trends, news research and surveys resources


A different kind of war: Internet databases and legal protection ...
pressures towards greater database legal protection, the time has come to consider in detail the application of the same legal principles in the cases ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Report on Legal Protection for Databases
database protection, to identify and clarify the issues involved, and generally to ...... legal protection, are still in the early stages of development. ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
DATABASE PROTECTION. 993 databases have failed to advance at the same rate.14 Database own- ers further claim that more legal protection of databases is ...
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Google Answers: Populating a database using driver's license
Hi donros, Well, you've really got three issues here but the first one covers it. One is the federal 1994 privacy law, "Driver's Privacy Protection Act", second are state privacy laws, and lastly the merchant credit card agreements that all merchants sign. 1) Driver's Privacy Protection Act "What states allow a retailer to electroncially read the driver's license and populate a database with information from drivers license?" Federal law: none This act is meant to protect personal information and states that, (3) "For use in the normal course of business by a legitimate business ...
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I wish to register my blog ( with the U.S. Copyright Office and update the registration from time to time as more posts are added. The problem is that I cannot figure out a reasonable way to upload the 150+ posts (with more coming in the future) electronically. Acceptable file formats are specified at I can save any screenful of posts, but not all of them, in HTML format, which is accepted. I can export all of the posts (and more) to XML format, but that format is not accepted. The Wordpress database is in SQL format, which is not accepted. I imagine ...