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Sexting Among Teenage Girls and Boys - Over the last few years, there has been a lot of discussion and debate over the topic of sexting. It has become a widespread phenomenon, the number of teenage girls and boys, men and women who participate are rapidly increasing, and with this too comes the rise of moral panic within societies. Individuals within the communities are becoming more and more fearful, afraid and shocked at this new form of youth culture hysteria. Although young people ‘expressing’ their sexuality has become much more open and free as of the last decade or so, the real uproar of panic is due to the risks they involving themselves in as well as the damage and harm they are inflicting on themselves, whether they kno...   [tags: moral panic, damage, harm, subculture]
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Legislating Medical Waste - On average one hospital discards 80,000 pound's worth of medical waste annually, which can cost up to $15,200, just to dispose it properly. Now one might think that medical waste is anything discarded in a hospital however the true definition of medical waste is quite restricted, and you might be surprised to discover that only 20% of a hospital's waste is actually labeled “medical waste”."The interpretation is any infectious waste materials generated at health care facilities". However Medical waste didn't always have a definition, which resulted in some unpleasant consequences until the year of 1988, a defining point for health care facilities within the U.S....   [tags: hospitals, disposal, panic]
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The Terrorist Attacks and the Cherokee Theory of Violence - The Terrorist Attacks and the Cherokee Theory of Violence Like most Americans, I have spent many moments since the terrorist attacks of 9/11 trying to grasp both the acts themselves and the seemingly endless chain of depressing events following in their wake. Although many have rediscovered faith communities or a renewed social activism in their search for understanding, I have immersed myself in the lessons of Cherokee culture and history. This history teaches me to situate September 11th in the context of other tragedies that have occurred on American soil....   [tags: Terrorism Essays]
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Summary of Beowulf Attacks Grendel's Mother - Summary of Beowulf Attacks Grendel's Mother The epic story of Beowulf is about a young hero who fights in battles against the monster Grendel and his mother and later concerns Beowulf's final fight with a dragon. Beowulf is the prince of the Geats. He is also the son of Ecgtheow, who travels to Heorot where the great mead hall of Hrothgar king of the Danes, is located. Hrothgar, is the great grandson of Scyld Scefing. In this passage Beowulf goes underwater and fights with Grendel's mother in a cave....   [tags: Anglo Saxon English Literature Essays]
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Republican Attacks Against Alexander Hamilton - Republican Attacks Against Alexander Hamilton Hamilton's Federalist Party and the Democratic Republicans led by Thomas Jefferson had polarized views on the majority of the important political issues. These two political parties which possessed differing opinions and views pertaining to the future of the U.S. government were persistent in their respective arguments against each other. The strongly contrasting views of these two parties are the foundation of the puissant and sometimes callous attacks by the Republicans against Hamilton and his economic plan....   [tags: American History] 767 words
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Protecting Against Terrorist Attacks in Urban Environments: Explosion Protection for Buildings - Introduction Blast protection, until recently, has only needed to be considered when constructing underground shelters and military bunkers. Currently, however, there is a need for urban buildings and similar structures used consistently by the general public to withstand forces from nearby explosions. This need is due to the recent climb in terrorist attacks in urban or crowded environments. These attacks have used the lack of blast resistance in these buildings as a means for creating widespread havoc through detonating an improvised explosive device (IED)....   [tags: Blast Protection]
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Law Enforcement Innovations in Reaction to The 9/11 Terrorist Attacks and the Virginia Tech Massacre - The terrorist attacks to the World Trade Center towers in New York City on September 11, 2001 has changed the way federal, state and local police departments communicate with each other, their structures, and operations. The new federal organization known as Homeland Security set out to coordinate their work at the state level, collect, analyze and share pertinent information and intelligence, protect key infrastructure and assets, secure the nation’s borders and ports, team up with federal and local task forces, and prepare new response training, equipment, systems and strategies (Foster and Cordner, 2005)....   [tags: Social Issues, Terrorism] 1075 words
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Racial Profiling after Pearl Harbor and September 11th Attacks - Racial Profiling is the discrimination of someone’s race. Many think that it is wrong thing to do and many think it’s right. Some people may think that it will help out scoping out the ones that might do bad and some think that it is wrong because it is like judging a book by its cover. Racial profiling has been a major problem for many years. Major events like the bombing of Pearl Harbor or the attack on the twin towers make it worse because people that don’t originate from the U.S get seen as a problem....   [tags: race discrimination, racial profiling, terrorist]
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Internet - Tracing the Source of Denial of Service Attacks - Tracing the Source of Denial of Service Attacks        Abstract:  Denial of service attacks are becoming increasingly prevalent and serious, yet the anonymity that these attacks affords the hacker provides no means for a victim to trace the attack.  The weakness of the TCP/IP protocol allows for this anonymity, yet it would be very difficult to change this protocol.  Savage, Wetherall, Karlin, and Anderson present a method for tracing back the source IP address and network path of denial of service attacks....   [tags: Exploratory Essays Research Papers]
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Any Animal That Attacks a Human Should be Destroyed at Once - An animal that attacks a human being should not be abolished. In any type of case in law, you always have to have justification and be fair, why can’t animals have it. Most animals attack when we attack them, it might have even been an accident. In any law case, no matter high or low, you always have to have reasons for why or at least how it happened. You don’t just say to the lawyer, “That person harmed me, destroy that person at once.” You wouldn’t, would you. Animals have to be justified to our standards....   [tags: Animals Violence] 392 words
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Impact of Terrorist Attacks on Males from Muslim Countries - Impact of Terrorist Attacks on Males from Muslim Countries The terrorism attack on the United States of America on September 11, 2001 has not only greatly affected American citizens, but it has also made a huge impact on the lives of people in Muslim countries such as Indonesia, Iraq, and Afghanistan. Hence, because I am an international student from Indonesia, the attack has greatly affected my life in the United States of America. Since the terrorist attack, the American government has created a number of regulations that have to be followed exactly by the male citizens of Muslim countries who are currently staying in the United States....   [tags: Terrorism] 375 words
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Sept 11 2001 Attacks and Cover Up - Sept 11 2001 Attacks Throughout history there have occurred many tragic events. On Sept. 11, 2001 an unforgettable event occurred, and will be remember throughout the ages of the United States history. On the tragic day of 9/11 a day that will be unforgettable, the unthinkable happened. The terror stuck the heart of New York City, two planes crashed into the world trade center and total chaos occurred, and lives where lost, and many injured. The terror didn’t end there, other plane hit The Pentagon....   [tags: essays research papers] 1194 words
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How the September 11th Attacks Impacted Politics and Business - The September 11th attacks on the world trade organisation left the world in shock, changing the lives many individuals, organisations, countries and economies. It has affected the world of business and politics in many ways and these effects are still continuing to occur. Following the attack, it was difficult for New York to derive the specific economic costs, hence making it harder for the American government to introduce plans aiming to resolve the situation. However after examining and quantifying the impact of the attack a leading team of New York economists and consultants have detailed the effects....   [tags: September 11 Terrorism Essays] 1752 words
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The P2P Piracy Prevention Act Attacks Consumers - The P2P Piracy Prevention Act Attacks Consumers Peer-to-peer (P2P) networks have had a staggering growth in the past few years. Since Napster, dozens of P2P networks have been created in its imitation. Due to the growing accessibility of broadband, which increases the speed of downloads, P2P networks generate nearly 1.8 billion downloads per month. Popularity and acceptance is still continually growing. As many users see P2P software as just file sharing, entertainment industries and other big companies see it as copyright infringement and stealing from copyright owners without their rightful authorization or compensation....   [tags: Technology Internet Essays]
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Options for Biological Terrorism Attacks and Epidemiological Responses -        Bioterrorism is not a distant threat that may concern us twenty years from now.  It has occurred throughout history and continues to this day.  As recently as 1996, a man from Ohio with connections to an extremist group was able to obtain Bubonic Plague cultures through the US Postal Service (Danzig & Berkowsky, 1997).  In the last month, several people within the United States have become infected with anthrax.  As we stand right now, America is unprepared for a large-scale attack with biological weapons, and as we continue with our "War on Terrorism," the likelihood of such an attack is increasing every day.  Terrorists can use three major methods to most effectively distribute a...   [tags: Biological Weapons Essays]
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Cyber Attacks on the Government’s Transportation Grid - Breaches and Security Implications by Penetration of the Western Interconnection’s Traffic Control System and its Effects on Modern Day Life Year after year, a number of films are released involving computer hacking of some sort along with cyber-villainy. As entertaining as they are, the validity of these possibilities is not explored. Many of these films center revolve around a chaotic vehicle-related scene where a form of the government’s transportation grid is compromised. The breach typically involves traffic control....   [tags: Cyber Terrorism, Cyber Terrorists]
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International Relations Theory and the Terrorists Attacks of September 11 - An event as epochal as September 11 is bound to provoke theorists of international relations. Over the past decade or so, there has been a race in academia to claim the prize for the best theory to explain the events before and after September 11. The consensus is that the dominant discourse of realism has won, because it conceives of conflict and destruction as natural in an anarchical world (from Thomas Hobbes' "anarchical state of nature"). It also justifies America's threatening military actions after the terror strikes as a natural form of behavior of strong states, which always bully the weak into compliance to serve the former's selfish interests....   [tags: September 11 Terrorism Essays] 1889 words
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Shakespeare's Characterization in Macbeth - William Shakespeare is widely regarded as the greatest writer in the history of English literature as well as the world’s paramount playwright. Possibly the most superlative writing attribute he possessed was his unmatched ability of characterization. Shakespeare created unique, opaque, and eminent characters who related to almost everyone. When one thinks of these famous characters, Shakespeare’s tragedy of Macbeth comes into consideration. Macbeth is possibly Shakespearian Theatre’s densest and most disturbed character, and this prestigious title can be credited to his obvious psychological problems....   [tags: Shakespeare, Macbeth, ] 1196 words
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Media Panics - A media panic or often referred to as a moral panic, is a term that describes how the media is formulating issues amongst our society. Over time, our culture has shifted and caused for many conclusions regarding media panics and the relationship between youth and the media culture. Based upon previous knowledge and course readings, I have drawn a very disturbing conclusion; this being that no matter what age, children are willing or non willingly now under surveillance to determine what kind of role media is playing in their lives....   [tags: social issues, moral panic]
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The Evolution of Horror Films - A girl runs frantically through the woods trying to escape an axe wielding villain. The defenseless victim suddenly trips and collapses to the ground. The villain laughs wickedly as he lifts the axe above his head. The girl releases a final scream as the weapon quickly ends her life, causing the audience to go silent as they watch the villain drag away the lifeless body. Death, blood, guts, suspense, screaming, and terror are all just a few things to expect when watching a modern day horror film....   [tags: terror, fear, anxiety, panic, audience, industry]
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People Wearing Turbans are Stereotyped as Terrorist - Since the 9/11 terrorist attacks, all people wearing turbans are stereotyped as Muslims and terrorists when that is not always the case. The attitude many people display towards Muslim Americans is not the same as it was before 9/11. There are now many negative stereotypes against the Muslim religion, that are not always true, and the effects on the Muslim American people can be harmful and cause many personal and emotional issues. Life became more difficult, after 9/11, for Muslim Americans and it made the American dream more complex for Muslims to achieve....   [tags: terrorist attacks, muslims]
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Department of Defense Strategy for Operating in Cyberspace - This paradigm has enabled adversaries of the U.S. to sidestep the military supremacy of the U.S and conduct asymmetric cyber-attacks against the less secured private sector of America. Adopting this approach nullifies the ability of the U.S. to respond militarily as there is no definitive redline that an adversary cannot cross in which military action would be warranted. As a result of this nexus, the private and public networked sectors have become the new front line of twenty-first century warfare (Adams, 2001)....   [tags: cyber-attacks, modern infrastructure]
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The Political, Social, and Economic Changes Following 9/11 - On September 11 2001, an attack was made on United States. Four systematic terrorist attacks were pulled off by the group al-Qaeda simultaneously bringing down the World Trade Centre in New York and damaging the Pentagon in Washington D.C. As extensive and in depth as the cause for the attack may have been, September 11 is an event that has undoubtedly left its mark in American history. A turning point, as some would call it, of the political, social, and economic systems of the United States. Quickly following the terrorist attack on 9/11, President George W....   [tags: Terrorist Attacks, abuse of freedom]
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Suicide Bombings Around the World - In 2012, a total of 6,771 terrorist attacks occurred worldwide, resulting in more than 11,000 deaths and more than 21,600 injuries. Suicide bombings have been taking place for decades and some major bombings include 9/11, sandy hook, etc. These impact many people all over the world and are ruining the economy. Suicide bombings are a colossal issue that interfere with security at many worldwide events, but could maybe begin to be prevented. Security is developing a way to detect suicide bombers before they attack....   [tags: terrorist attacks, hostages, kidnapping]
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The Dangers of Scuba Diving and Underwater Exploration - Scuba diving can be a fun activity, you just have to take certain health and safety precautions. There are lots of dangers in scuba diving, and underwater exploration. There is always the danger of a shark attack. Sharks are closer to the banks during the months of April through September. From the months of October through March, they have migrated South for the Winter. After returning from migration, sharks are often hungry and tend to feed on things other than whats on their diet. Most attacks on humans are in the months of April and March....   [tags: shark attacks, gastrointestinal tract]
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Killer Whales Kept in Captivity - For several years, Americans have been visiting amusement parks, like SeaWorld and Six Flags, to observe large animals like orcas, also known as killer whales. These whales are quite difficult to view in the wild, but can now be seen for a simple fee. Orcas are known to be one of the smartest mammals. They are friendly, and this has caused people to take advantage of them. For the past sixty years, people have brought these massive creatures into their aquariums to make a profit from their exhibitions....   [tags: amusement parks, attacks, orcas]
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Political Violence in the World - Political violence has been around for centuries in many different forms. Even back in ancient times and in the times of Christ have many cases of political violence even though in those times government was only recognized through a leadership of the throne for a kingdom. Wars and great battles have taken place only because of the conflicts over land or to protect their own kingdom of invasions. Now political violence in the 20th century is not so different from the ones in the past....   [tags: protection, bribery, terrorist attacks]
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Social Engineering Technology and Tools - Introduction This paper analyzes the social engineering technology and the social engineering tools that are used to test the human element with regard to its capabilities and limitations in the areas of confidentiality, integrity, and availability. The analysis covers Social engineering Toolkits usefulness, cost, and implementation complexity and how its effectiveness can be enhanced. Social engineering are all those activities that are done by a hacker to manipulate that human tendency to trust so as to gain unauthorized access to the valued information that are in the computer system....   [tags: social networking, security, attacks]
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Coping Skills For Coping With Anxiety - Coping Skills For Coping With Anxiety An anxiety induced panic attack can have an intense influence on someone’s life. Everyday situations can be developing into horrifying and dreadful events. When panic attacks occur during the night, your sleep pattern becomes extremely interrupted. Continuous and reoccurring attacks will put additional tension into an already tense relationship, as well as, prevent you from wanting to be involved with any family outings. The persistent diversion from a possible occurring attack will divert your thoughts from the tasks as hand, and often interfere with employment and/or school....   [tags: Anxiety] 409 words
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The Abuse of Power - The Abuse of Power “Liberty may be endangered by the abuse of liberty, but also by the abuse of power;” as President, James Madison knew the imperfections of the people he governed. As it is with many things in life, there can always be too much of something; therefore, there is a certain degree to how much freedom and power a person can have. A police officer, or any other powerful authority can abuse the power that they have. Police brutality occurs when an officer uses “extreme physical force, verbal attacks, and threats” against a person without a fair reason for doing so....   [tags: police brutality, verbal attacks]
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The Animal Rights Debate - Behind the Sugarcoated Eye It’s dark, quiet, and you’re all by yourself. You whine and yell for help but nobody seems to hear you. The people you thought were your family abandoned you, left you all alone in a small confined cage. There is no place to use the bathroom, other than where you stand. The awful stench of your feces grows worse and worse each second. The only food they left you with, you ate in the first day. Now the only thing keeping you alive is your desperation to eat and drink your own waste and the will to survive....   [tags: zoo, animal attacks, safari]
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Agoraphobia and its Impact on a Person's Life - Agoraphobia and its Impact on a Person's Life A phobic disorder is marked by a persistent and irrational fear of an object or situation that presents no realistic danger. Agoraphobia is an intense, irrational fear or anxiety occasioned by the prospect of having to enter certain outdoor locations or open spaces. For example, busy streets, busy stores, tunnels, bridges, public transportation and cars. Traditionally agoraphobia was solely classified as a phobic disorder. However, due to recent studies it is now also viewed as a panic disorder....   [tags: Agoraphobia Phobic Disorders Essays] 1278 words
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Denial of Service Attack - Background Located in Seattle Washington, the iPremier company is a web-based commerce company founded in 1996 by two students from Swarthmore College. Since its founding, iPremier has registered a success story in e-commerce selling vintage, luxury and rare goods over the internet. Customers use their credit cards to transact business online. With impressive sales and profit margins, iPremier is among the few companies who survived the 2000 technical stock recession (Austin, 2007). Management at iPremier consists of young employees who were its pioneers and a number of experienced managers recruited over time....   [tags: Business Operations Analysis]
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Use of Role Theory to Understand the Change in US Foreign Policy After the Terrorists Attacks - Terrorism has been a longstanding feature of International Relations (IR) but only in the wake of the September 11 terrorist attacks on the United States has the issue come to the forefront. In an attempt to understand how terrorism affects state foreign policy behaviour (FPB), this essay will use role theory to posit that US Foreign Policy (USFP) was shaped by the aforementioned attacks, providing a platform from which to launch the Global War on Terror (GWOT) and giving terrorists the over(reaction) they so desired....   [tags: Terrorism Essays]
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Homeland Security Technology - “Homeland security usually addresses activities, solutions, systems, and issues related to natural and man-made events that can cause threat to life and/or bring national economy losses (Franceschetti, 2008)”. The idea of Homeland Security is a fairly new concept. It came into being as a result of the 2001 terrorist attacks on several United States targets. The Department of Homeland Security otherwise known as the DHS, was formed November 25th, 2002 and is made up of members from twenty two other government agencies and departments....   [tags: Terrorist Attacks, Prevention]
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Breed Specific Legislation - Introduction and Background As more people bring dogs into their homes, the rate of dog attacks continue to increase. In an attempt to reduce violent dog attacks on citizens, many U.S. States are turning to a tactic known as Breed Specific Legislation. Breed-specific legislation (also known as BSL), also referred to as breed-discriminatory legislation (also known as BDL), is a law or ordinance that prohibits or restricts the ownership of specific breeds of dogs, and/or dogs presumed to be mixes of one or more of those breeds (Breed-specific legislation (BSL) FAQ, n.d.)....   [tags: dogs, violent dogs, attacks]
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The United States Has NO Comprehensive Terrorism Policy - Introduction Terrorism brings about serious problems in a government which take a long time to be resolved. People have lost their lives, some have been displaced, properties destroyed and the government in general is affected as people live with fears of attack. The war on terrorism is a big challenge faced by most governments as they look for ways and means of controlling it. More efforts have been put in place to fight the war on terrorism but the outcome is not as effective as it is supposed to be since the attackers continue to develop new strategies as the current technology advances by day....   [tags: Government Fight Against Terror Attacks]
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The Origins and the Machination Behind Islamophobia - Islamophobia did not suddenly start after the horrific 9/11 event. Like anti-Semitism , it has long and deep historical roots; however, its contemporary resurgence has been triggered by the 9/11 attacks against the World Trade Center and the Pentagon. As a result of several people’s inane folly, Islamophobia distorts the photograph of the entire Muslim community wherever they live; Muslims today are guilty until proven innocent. According to John Esposito (2011), significant minorities of non-Muslim Americans show a great tolerance for policies that would profile Muslims, require special identity cards, and question the loyalty of all Muslim citizens....   [tags: muslim community,9/11 attacks, bin laden]
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Hate Crime Legislation - Nobody should be attacked for who they are and by having hate crime legislation minorities can be protected. Currently there are forty-nine states that have hate crime laws because they want to protect the rights of minorities. Ninety-five percent of the American states object to hate crimes and show that America takes hates crimes seriously. America does this by addition time to hate crime perpetrator’s sentences because the perpetrator picked their victim because of their physical traits. Picking a victim based on their physical goes against all of the values that America was founded on....   [tags: minorities, prevention, attacks]
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The Day It Happened by Rosario Morales - “Domestic violence, or intimate partner violence, is defined as a pattern of assaultive and coercive behaviors, including physical, sexual, and psychological attacks as well as economic coercion that adults or adolescents use against their intimate partners” (Peeks-Asa). When it comes to domestic violence many people don’t want to get involved, but if just one person took a stand maybe others would follow and potentially save a life, like the neighbors did in The Day It Happened by Rosario Morales....   [tags: sexual attacks, economic coercion, violence]
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The Battle of Okinawa Analysis - World War II consisted of many devastating battles in both the European and the Pacific Theater. The Battle of Okinawa was fought in the Pacific theater. In the beginning of the battle there was little opposition from the Japanese soldiers but as the American troops traveled more inland the more resistance they met. Eventually, the 10th Army came against the fierce challenge of the intricate defense lines the Japanese held up. Many caves and pillboxes in the hills created a formidable challenge for American troops....   [tags: japanese, allies, kamikaze attacks, ushijima]
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Data Breach and Its Financial Implication - What is data breach. Data breach can be considered as an incident which involves the unlawful and unauthorized viewing, access or retrieval of sensitive, confidential or protected data. It is a kind of security breach intended to steal and store sensitive data to an unsecured or unauthorized locations. Data breaches may involve personal information such as transactional information, personal health and insurance information, social security information, organization’s operational secrets and IPs....   [tags: data breach, hackers, cyber attacks]
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Classifications for Anxiety Disorders - Are you or do you know someone, experiencing panic attacks or anxiety attacks. If so, it is important to be familiar with what these terms mean. Individuals frequently use panic and anxiety together, however; there are significant differences in the two and understanding the difference will make it easier to comprehend the relationship. Phobias are irrational fears that create interference within an individual’s daily routine. There are individuals who suffer from a phobia linked to pretty much any object or place imaginable....   [tags: Classification Essay] 563 words
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Impact of Terrorist Attacks on Tourism and How to Prevent Acts of Terrorism - Introduction Acts of terrorism has greatly affected multiple countries, including the United States. The horrific events that took place on 9/11 left the American people shocked, devastated, and furious. Many innocent American’s lost their lives on this infamous day. While airports and airlines are not free from security breaches, a set of new security measures and requirements have been implemented by the International Air Transport Association and the International Civil Aviation Organization (Beirman, 2011)....   [tags: Terrorism and Tourism, 2015]
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The Impact of the World Trade Center Attacks on New York City's Economy - The Impact of the World Trade Center Attacks on New York City's Economy A study by the New York City Partnership and the Chamber of Commerce estimates that New York City's economy will sustain a gross loss of about $83 billion and lose 57,000 jobs over three years as a result of the World Trade Center attacks. The study, which was released Nov. 15, said even after payment of insurance claims and federal reimbursement for rescue, cleanup and infrastructure repair costs, the net damage to the economy is likely to be at least $16 billion in lost economic output....   [tags: Economics] 756 words
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America after September 11th, 2001 - September 11, 2001 is a day that has changed the lives in America forever. On this day, terrorist’s hijacked four planes. Each plane was on a mission to hit four historical buildings: The White House, the Pentagon, and the North and South Towers of the World Trade Center. Two planes managed to crash into the North and South Tower, causing the buildings to collapse to the ground. The third plane managed to hit a part of the Pentagon, and the fourth plane crashed in a field in Pennsylvania. Americans shriek of horror when remembering this day....   [tags: terrorism, twin towers, terrorist attacks]
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Advanced Research Cyber Security - Due to the growth and success of Advanced Research our systems have recently become a target for hacking and cyber-attacks. As an organization we know of several attempts to steal the intellectual property of Advanced Research and sell the stolen properties to direct competitors. Beyond that we are all aware of the 2011 issues involving Advanced Research’s public website, website defacement and Denial of Service (DoS) attacks are common tactics of attackers. Also in today’s cyber climate it is well known that any organization, no matter the size or prestige, with a cyber-presence is vulnerable to attacks and exploits....   [tags: metasploit pro, IT, hacking, cyber attacks]
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Major Results of 9/11 - The events that took place on September 11, 2001, although on American soil, began a new era of security and American relationships in Canada. The planes crashing into the Twin Towers brought forth serious change to the American/Canadian border, airport security, and societal views. Because Canada is economically, socially, and politically linked to America, everything America did in response to the 9/11 attacks had effects on Canada, creating a chain reaction of Canada also implementing change....   [tags: Terrorist Attacks, International Security, Canada]
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The Logistics of Social Phobias and Social Anxieties - Social phobias can be defined as a severe or illogical fear of a certain thing or setting. Social phobias are anxiety conditions and can happen during normal, routine situations. Social phobias are some of the most common types of phobia in today’s society. According to one study, about thirteen percent of the population has a social anxiety disorder (Libal, 15). There are many different types that are common among people. They are claustrophobia, or the fear of confined spaces; agoraphobia, the fear of open spaces or leaving a safe place; and glossophobia, the fear of public speaking....   [tags: Psychology]
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September 11, 2001 - Terrorist attacks against the United States didn’t begin on September 11, 2001. In 1993, the World Trade Center became the target of terrorism; a truck bomb was the weapon of choice. Minimal damages were caused to the building with the exception of displacing businesses for a period of six months. Global War on Terrorism has been an ongoing effort in order to avoid future terrorist acts against the United States of America and the rest of the world. Throughout the last few years, many countries have extended their support in Afghanistan and Iraq to end terrorism and many individuals have been detained due to their participation in terrorist activities....   [tags: terrorist attacks, world trade center]
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The Truth About War on Terrorism - The day was September 11, 2001. Across America, people were preparing for their day, unaware of the developing chaos. Despite the increasing rate of world-wide terror attacks, Americans felt unassailable as they carried out their lives fueled by oil from the Middle East. At precisely 8:46:30 a.m. Eastern Time, America’s sense of invulnerability was shattered when the first plane, American Airlines Flight 11, crashed into the north tower of the World Trade Center in New York City. Shortly after, United Airlines Flight 175 slammed into the Trade Center’s south tower and American Airlines Flight 77 smashed into the west side of the Pentagon, bringing forth President George W....   [tags: al qaeda, taliban, 9/11 attacks, afghanistan]
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Attack on World Trade Center - Attack on World Trade Center Terrorism is the bug of 21 century. Throughout history it has appeared in many various ways: hijacked planes, ships, trains. But never was terrorism committed in such a terrible way as on Tuesday, September 11 in New York City. This tragedy affected us all. It was nice Tuesday morning. Everybody were rushing to their jobs in the most beautiful and remarkable city of the world. Planes in the sky were usual routine of this city at this time. Manhattan was ready to welcome millions of its residents and tourist....   [tags: history] 691 words
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