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  • Patient With A Gunshot Wound
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    Introduction Our law enforcement officials have a duty to protect citizens as well as discourage crimes from taking place. Our health care officials also have a duty to provide the best care possible to those who need it. Often enough, there have been many cases where both parties have come in contrast with each other on different levels of professionalism. The ultimate debate arises when doctors and law enforcement take into account the respect and privacy of patients. One of the issues that wi...
  • Managing Information System And Decision Support Systems
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    The aim of this assignment is to see the requirements for developing and managing a comprehensive Management Information system for an organisation. In today's business environment it is getting harder and harder for organisation's to not only survive but to compete against other organisation's. Information technology plays a big part in helping companies compete and survive. Companies that have branches or franchises need to make sure that they can communicate with the head office so that order...
  • Reporters
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    In this "War in Iraq" reporters have been given the opportunity of a lifetime, to be on the front lines of the warfare. Now it seems that these reporters are giving the people too much information in a time when secrecy is incredibly important to winning the battles. In 1991 reporters complained about being denied access to the battlegrounds of Kuwait. Coverage of the Gulf War was thin and the little bit of information that we received came form the government. Today there are hundreds in Iraq w...
  • D 2
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    Evelyn M. Hayes Mrs. Dyer Fundamentals 10/23/04 Nutrition Project In this nutrition project, I kept a food diary of everything I ate for two days. This allowed me to compare my diet to what is recommended as a healthy diet and to identify any flaws that exist. I will be abbreviating day one as D 1 and day 2 as D 2. I found my caloric intake to be lower than the recommended 2,200 calories per day. For D 1, I had 1720 total calories and for D 2 I had 1825 total calories. I found my fat percentage ...
  • Reporting Financial Information By Segments
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    Index 1 Introduction to segmental reporting 22 Origin of segmental reporting 22.1 The fineness-theorem 22.2 Market efficiency theory 22.3 Agency theory 22.4 Accounting theory 33 The most important segmental reporting standards 33.1 International Accounting Standard 14 (IAS 14) 33.1. 1 The International Accounting Standards Committee 33.1. 2 The International Accounting Standards Board 43.1. 3 IAS 14: Segment reporting 43.1. 3.1 Objective of IAS 14 (revised) 43.1. 3.2 Applicability of IAS 14 (rev...
  • Software On Cisco Computer
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    WASHINGTON (CNN) -- The FBI confirmed Tuesday the accuracy of a New York Times report that software on routers, computers that control the Internet, were compromised last year by a hacker who claimed that he had infiltrated systems serving U.S. military installations, research laboratories, and NASA. The Times reported, and the FBI confirmed, that the focus of the investigation is a youth in Uppsala, Sweden, who has been charged as a juvenile. The FBI said it is unclear to U.S. authorities what,...
  • Information The Court
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    The case of Branzburg vs. Hayes all began in 1969, when a Louisville Kentucky reporter by the name of Branzburg wrote a story, in the Courier-Journal, which described how two local residences made hashish marijuana. The article went into great detail and revealed many facts, including the amount of money the two made on selling the hashish to the public. The article also featured pictures of the two individual's hands working with a plant like substance and was identified for readers as hashish ...
  • Sexual Harassment Complaint At Clark Atlanta University
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    Sexually Harassment at Clark Atlanta University For many years issues regarding sexual harassment has been kept quiet and swept underneath the rug. However, presently, more and more people are speaking up and out about being sexually harassed. In the schools, students, as well as, teachers are informed of the school's sexual harassment policy and that it is not to be tolerated in any form or fashion. Also, since sexual harassment has become an major issue in the workplace, men and women are told...
  • Firm Reports To The Commission
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    Consumer Product Safety Act The Consumer Product Safety Act states that any company that receives numerous complaints about a products defects must report these claims to the CPSA. According to the CPSA reporting responsibilities belong to manufacturers, importers, distributors and retailers of consumer products. Each is required to notify the Commission if it obtains information which reasonably supports the conclusion that a product fails to comply with a consumer product safety standard or ba...
  • Name Of The Identity Theft Victim
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    Introduction There is currently a huge growing number of criminals that now do greater and more widespread damage to their victims without ever meeting them. Identity theft surfaced in the early 1990's and turned peoples everyday transactions into a data gathering game. Bits of personal information such as bankcards, credit card accounts, income, social security numbers or just someone name, address, and phone numbers are now collected and could be used illegally by these individuals without any...
  • Main Point Of Your Report
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    Crying... , was my reaction after I saw this movie. Itis unbelievable how people of the same nation could touchier each other and have no pity what so ever. I found it inhuman how someone can make a persons be in "wings" and touchier him none stop for six months, and that is probably not the worst thing that they could do to their own people. I also wanted to cry when an Afghan family was making a massage for their family in Canada and how a little boy was singing a song about Kabul. The song an...
  • Shield Laws Sources Of Reporters
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    Shield Law The United States was founded on many fundamental principals. Among these principles is the right of every citizen to have the freedom of speech. Shield laws allow for this basic right to be put into effect. A journalist's right to protect his sources is integral to the foundation of the Constitution, of which our country is founded upon. Without shield laws, the core of our principles is brought into question. To better understand shield laws, one must first know what it is. A publis...
  • Access To Military Operations The Information
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    Freedom of Press or Danger to Troops? Steve Hess Professor OltCommunications I (ENG 102-ND) 20 March 2005 Steve Hess Professor OltCommunications I (ENG 102-ND) 20 March 2005 Freedom of Press or Danger to Troops? The news has been an important source of information for as long as it has been around. News during a time of war is sometimes the only way a family member, friend, or general public have any idea what the soldiers are going through. Having this source of information can help rally suppo...
  • Security Intelligence Report Writing
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    30 March 2002 INTELLIGENCE REPORTING AND SECURITY Intelligence report writing takes a lot of preparation before finalizing or conducting a brief. There are many different techniques that can be used to present information that has been discovered during an intelligence investigation. Various charts can be used to analyze the timelines, criminal activities, financial activities, or biographical profiles to prove or disprove lawful conduct of the individual or the organization. The activity flow c...
  • Demand For Service Apartments
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    Overview You work for a property development company, which plans to invest in the service apartment industry. You have conducted a survey to determine the patterns of demand for service apartments and the needs of users of such accommodation. You are required to submit a report. Use items A, B, C, D & E to assist you to write the report. Read the information carefully and select only relevant information to write certain sections of your report. All three questions are interrelated. Questions 1...
  • Available Funds Information By Phone
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    NY LIFE Concept Development Assignment Team 15 Summary 1. Does NYL want to enter into the DC market? Definitely yes! DCs are the fastest growing type of pension fund; NYL can't afford to miss this opportunity! 2. What type of service (s) should NYL provide? When entering an existing market, one has to be able to compete with the existing competition; in this case the major competitors are offering total service packages. Also, according to several surveys, an important concern, for both sponsors...
  • Effects Of Blitz From The British People
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    The British Government tried to hide the effects of the Blitz by using censors to cut out information damaging to morale by only allowing positive information about how people were coping with the Blitz through making use of The Ministry of Information and propaganda methods. These were all aimed at securing the continued support of the British people and to limit any damaging information the enemy might find useful. Censors were people who studied newspapers and films. They cut out damaging inf...
  • Greater Control Over Press Access To Information
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    The media should only be censored to protect troops at war. Politicians should not use their power over the media to enhance their popularity. Because the first President Bush and his administration did not want the First Gulf War to be "another Vietnam", they restricted the press's access to information to the press (Greenberg 7). Although Americans have the right to freedom of speech, government makes many rules governing the media's access to wars, and can control the press. Therefore, it is ...

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