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several people have pointed out to me some other initiatives before Congress. Here are some brief comments on a few of them, based on what is available via the Thomas service. I am not going to provide a section-by-section analysis of any ... We've taken a closer look at spam on a regional/city basis in six large markets for July 2010. Just as we see differences in spam rates between countries we often see significant differences within countries:There is no safe haven from the deluge of spam that hits the inboxes of business ... Merchants and processors that do business with the residents of Washington State will have ...
is a type of roleplay or lifestyle choice between two or more individuals who use their experiences of pain and power to create sexual tension, pleasure, and release. The compound acronym, BDSM, is derived from the terms bondage and discipline (B&D, B/D, or BD), dominance and submission (D&s, D/s, or Ds), sadism and masochism (S&M, S/M, or SM). BDSM includes a wide spectrum of activities, forms of interpersonal relationships , and distinct subcultures . Many of these experiences are still considered to fall out of conventional sexual activities and human relationships. Activities and relationships within a BDSM context are ...
The Internet in China White Paper
BEIJING, June 8 (Xinhua) -- The Information Office of the State Council, or China's cabinet, published a white paper on the Internet in China Tuesday. Following is the full text: The Internet in China Information Office of the State Council of the People's Republic of China Contents A crystallization of human wisdom, the Internet is a significant technological invention of the 20th century and a major symbol of contemporary advanced productive force. The Internet has brought about profound impacts on the world economy, politics, culture and social progress, and ... market research, surveys and trends
Obama's Veiled Attempt to Control the Internet — Rick's Picks
(My wife Marilyn, no great fan of our President, is alarmed over the Administration’s veiled attempts to regulate and ultimately control the Internet. The supposed goal of providing “equal access” to everyone is the Trojan Horse here, and although we are confident Internet users are strong enough to defend the medium against whatever radical-leftist depredations Mr. Obama may have in mind, we are not so blithely unconcerned as to ignore the threat entirely. Marilyn’s essay explains what’s at stake. RA ) Why should the FCC regulate the internet? Well they shouldn’t, but that hasn’t stopped legions of media watchdogs, consumer ... market research, surveys and trends


Personal Internet Security
can be found on the internet at Committee publications, .... at 1.114 billion, or 16.9 percent of the world's population. Internet ... Within the road transport system, the safety or security of the ..... sending of email spam, is the presence of malicious code, or malware, on ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Market trends : It's Not A Con
make the claim that the ‘net is getting faster. Looking at the third quarter of 2009, the report found that most countries in the top-10 list for Internet performance saw an average 18 percent increase in speed from the second quarter. South Korea topped the list, with a 29 percent jump in speed to 14.6 megabits per second, while Ireland came in second for most improved, with a 26 percent rise to 5.3Mbps. This is all very encouraging, if you are in the top tier of countries. However, during the third quarter, 103 of the 226 countries measured had average connection speeds below 1 Mbps. The slowest connection speed? Well, the ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Increase in army patrols and paramilitary activity in La Garrucha
government intention to provoke Zapatista supporters to retaliate and thus provide a justification for military intervention - evictions of communities in Montes Azules to make way for luxury tourism and biopiracy - plans for a hydroelectric dam on the Jatate River "Hiding behind environmental pretexts, they clear the way for the entry into the jungle of the big investors, the exploitation of the area for luxury tourism, and the appropriation of biological resources for patenting". The Zapatistas say the army has resumed its patrols in La Garrucha. They accuse the government of also managing paramilitary actions. ... market trends, news research and surveys resources


Offensive internet sites
Jan 29, 2010 ... It's against the law to download these images from the internet and also to store them or print them out. .... (spam) at: The Home Office They have produced a website for children about safety ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Law (effective October 2008) requiring schools to provide Internet safety education. School Law: Technology by National School Boards Association ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Internet Safety Task Force Request for Information
law enforcement, and others in the industry to address online safety concerns. ... (NCMEC) and the U.K.-based Internet Watch Foundation (IWF) in an effort ...
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What is really spam? | LinkedIn Answers | LinkedIn
I have a different way of seing spam as most marketers. I don't see sending a first email to someone as spamming. If I send several messages in a roll, or the person responds that doesn't want to receive more and I continue, then that's spam. Sending the first time to me it isn't. To me that's just advertising. Otherwise, some people would never know about my brand/product/service. For example, I see offline advertising much more spamming than sending an email. You go outside and have those large outdoors. Did you ask to see it? No. But they're there. this is spam. But it seems that to the offline ...
What are the origins of spam? - Yahoo! Answers
And then there's Spam - like the delicious canned meat that comes in original and turkey and is good on sandwiches :P So, where along the line did someone think of naming these things? Was one named after the other? If so, does that mean people really hate spam? And if it's the other way around, why would someone name meat after something as annoying as spam? Maybe it's just coincidence - what are your thoughts? :D According to The Internet Society, " The term "spam" as it is used to denote mass unsolicited mailings or netnews postings is derived from a Monty Python sketch set in a movie/tv studio ...