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Unwarranted Searches And Seizures Of Students

- The Unwarranted Searches and Seizures of Students in Schools Today. “‘Look inside a high school, and you are looking in a mirror, under bright lights. How we treat our children, what they see and learn from us, tell us what is healthy and what is sick and more about who we are than we may want to know (Gibbs, 1999).’”(Beger 119). Gibbs through Beger tells the public of how unappealing public schools have become due to their carelessness and negligence. Schools have become power crazed institutions that punish students in the place of a parent....   [tags: Supreme Court of the United States]

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School Searches of Students' Lockers

- According to the National Education Association, at least 100,000 students bring guns to school, 160,000 students skip classes because they fear physical harm, 40 students are killed or hurt by firearms, nearly 6,250 teachers are threatened with bodily injury, and 260 teachers are physically assaulted. These facts are not based on once year, but as every single school day. Could one even imagine what the numbers might look like on scale for a month of school, let alone a whole year. So would starting with searching lockers really be a step to far to try and lower the numbers....   [tags: Education Issues]

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Unreasonable Searches By Police Are Illegal

- No one should be searched without a good reason and warrant. People should have the right of privacy- it is important to them. It is ethical for police to have search warrants before searching a person’s personal belongings. There have been recent conflicts on police powers over the pass years. Police are disobeying the fourth amendment by searching illegally. Critics frown upon police, while supporters agree with the police. Being searched without a permit is unconstitutional, and police could take advantage of their power, and abuse it....   [tags: Police vs the Fourth Amendment]

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The Balance Of Fragile Things Searches

- Anomaly. The word itself has different meanings and its meaning puts others into context. The deviation of something from the norm or a set standard signals a greater issue at hand and often times, when it comes to the environment, the repeated occurrence of anomalies means something is changing. Olivia Chadha’s book the balance of fragile things searches for the meaning and importance of anomalies and the prescribed “norms” in our society while showing the need for acknowledgement and action against certain negative anomalies to prevent disastrous environmental consequences using the members of the Singh and Finch families....   [tags: Sociology, Meaning of life, Water, Norm]

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Special Needs Searches For The Public Setting

- In chapter seven, Joel Samaha discusses a wide range of special need searches. Special-needs searches are generated by government interest in the public setting. According to Samaha, special-needs searches consist of four characteristics: 1. they’re directed at people generally, not criminal suspects and defendants specifically, 2. they can result in criminal prosecution and conviction, 3. they don’t require warrants or probable cause, 4. their reasonableness depends on balancing special government needs against invasions of individual privacy....   [tags: Fourth Amendment to the US Constitution]

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Exploring Google Searches And Their Relationship With The Unemployment Rate

- Preliminary Results Companies like Google or Facebook started as a way to connect people around the globe, one in the form of a search engine and the other simply as a website to keep in contact with friends at the completion of university or after a difficult move. Regardless of how useful one sees either of these companies, online activity, in the form of search engines, social media or the like, has proven itself to be a rich source of information useful in various fields of research. Our study will be focused on Google searches and their relationship with the unemployment rate in two countries, the UK and Poland....   [tags: Statistical hypothesis testing, Null hypothesis]

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Jane Searches For Independence, But Gender Hinders Her

- Jane searches for independence, but gender hinders her in every stage of her journey. Troy faces similar complications. Jane’s gender ties her to specific roles in her work as a teacher or governess. She only watches children; she can only aspire to be an educator. Jane is smart enough and works hard enough to be an architect or scientist, but cannot due to her time. Such roles were not suitable for female occupation, and society decreases Jane’s chances to become financially independent. Gender also inhibits her ability to travel to India, since she cannot “be forever together-- sometimes in solitudes, sometimes amid savage tribes” with St....   [tags: Gender role, Role, Personal finance, Gender]

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Against Consent Searches

- Schneckloth v. Bustamonte is a decidedly pro-order case because it qualifies another excuse police can raise to search a citizen. It asserts that an individual can verbally waive their Fourth Amendment right against unreasonable searches and seizures so long as this waiver is not coerced by a government official. The Court goes on to decide that it is not required for suspects to demonstrate knowledge of these rights before waiving them. The blow to liberty interest is put most elegantly in Justice Marshall's dissent when he writes, "I have difficulty in comprehending how a decision made without knowledge of available alternatives can be treated as a choice at all." This precedent that a c...   [tags: Legal Law]

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A Proposed Upgrade to the Keyword Based Searches

- ... Offline stage: 1. Ranking Based Multicorrelation tensor Factorization (RMTF) 2. User Specific Topic Modeling (USTM) 3. Topic-Sensitive Users Preferences (TSUP) Online stage: 4. User Specific Query Mapping (USQM) 5. Ranking Based Image Searching. 1. Ranking Based Multicorrelation tensor Factorization (RMTF): When user u tagged on any particular image id, then that user id, image id, tag named is stored into a database at an offline stage. This database is in the format of ternary interrelationship between users, images and tags....   [tags: personalized, images, query]

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Can the Internet Benefit the Human Mind?

- ... “For this discovery of yours will create forgetfulness in minds of those who learn to use it; they will not exercise their memories, but, trusting in external, foreign marks, those who learn to use it; they will not bring things to remembrance from within themselves.” Plato quotes him. Socrates’ prime concern was that people would write everything down instead of trying to remember them and he was right. Although it is true that most people do not utilize more of their brains nowadays, the upside is that when information is too old or large to store in the brain, it can be stored on the web....   [tags: intelligent, searches, information]

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The Amendment Of The Bill Of Rights Guarantees Freedom From Unreasonable Searches And Seizures

- The 4th amendment of The Bill of Rights guarantees freedom from unreasonable searches and seizures. Henry David Thoreau once said, “That government is best which governs least," this statement is true because the more the government is involved, the more complicated life becomes for the people of the U.S. When government is too involved in something, it can soon becomes corrupt. The Safford Unified School District v. Redding was a case in 2009 where thirteen year old Savanna was suspected to have given prescription-strength ibuprofen to a friend in school, this resulted in the vice principal taking her backpack and searching for more pills....   [tags: United States, Law]

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National Geographic Searches for Long Life in the Blue Zones

- ... If they had enough money, they would be able to get a bicycle but riding a bike is also exercise. They were able to get exercise without running on a treadmill or swimming in a pool. They have a plant based diet which means they get all the vitamins and nutrients they need to be healthy and live longer. Another Blue Zone is Sardinia, Italy. A Sardinian shepard can walk more than five miles each day tending to his animals. Such exercise improves mood and helps with muscle and bone metabolism....   [tags: exercise, metabolism, relationships]

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Legal Police Searches

- The laws of the United States can be hard to understand sometimes. The Fourth Amendment states that people have a right not to be searched without a reasonable warrant and that people have a right to feel secure in their homes. There are acts giving police permission to do what ever they need to to keep drunks off the streets. There are also rules and regulations, kind of like a sports game, and, just like games, there are always ways to get around these rules. Like finding it legal to randomly stop cars to give people breathalyzer tests, or entering people's homes and searching for things without a warrant....   [tags: essays research papers]

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Wyoming versus Houghton

- Citation: Wyoming v Houghton/ The supreme court of Wyoming/ 526 U.S. 295, 119 S. Ct. 1297 Facts: A Wyoming police officer made a routine traffic stop in which David Young was the driver and Houghton and another companion were passengers. During the traffic stop officers observed a syringe inside Young’s front shirt pocket. When the officer questioned young he admitted to officers that the syringe was used to take drugs. Officer then searched the car and its compartments in which he found a purse belonging to Houghton as she admitted to it been hers....   [tags: warrantless searches under probable cause]

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Internet Searches

- Introduction Microsoft has historically been best known for its Windows operating systems and suite of Office products such as Word, Excel, and Outlook. Conversely, Google is best known for its internet search engine. As both companies strive for more market share and computer dominance, they are taking the approach of entering adjacent markets to their core competencies. Microsoft, abandoning the Live search engine that has taken a beating from Google over the last decade, has launched a new, feature rich search engine called Bing....   [tags: Information Technology ]

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Should The Police Searched The Apartment?

- Would you like to cross-examine, councilor?" "Yes, your honor. You were there when the police searched the apartment, is that correct?" "Yes, they said they were looking for my roommate so I let them in." "You was present when they found the clothes in the trash and the gun?" "Yes." "Where was the gun located?" "On the top shelf in the hall closet." "Who owns the gun?" "I do, sir. I used to take it to the shooting range, but I haven 't done that in a while." "How long would you say it 's been?" "It 's been at least a month, maybe more." "What if I was to show you a video of you out at the shooting range just last week?" "Last week?" "That 's correct." "That 's right, I did go out there, but...   [tags: 2007 singles, 2005 singles, 2008 singles]

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The Searchers By The Castas Paintings

- During the 18th century, an artistic movement developed called “ The Castas Paintings” which described and categorized in an artistic manner the racial combination of people and its outcomes in the New World (Latin America). The Spaniard’s socio-racial ideas spread and influenced North America where Ford’s western film “The Searchers”, represented people’s attitudes against other races at that time. The film mainly depicts Ethan’s obsession with the kidnapped niece Debbie, as again embodying the obsession and control of the woman’s body as a ground zero for interracial sex....   [tags: Racism, Race, Black people, Miscegenation]

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The Similarities of Native Lands in The Searchers and Avatar

- ... All of land taking was starting to cause tension between these two groups of people. By the 19th Century, the westward expansion of the US caused many of the Native Americans to move further west, usually by force. The Indian Removal Act of 1830 caused tens of thousands of Native Americans to be relocated. The Native Americans were not treated right. In the movies The Searchers and Avatar the bad way people treat natives is very evident. The movie The Searchers is about a man named Ethan Edwards that comes home from the Civil War....   [tags: invasion, savages, love]

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Representations of Native Americans in Dances with Wolves and The Searchers

- “Film is more than the instrument of a representation; it is also the object of representation. It is not a reflection or a refraction of the ‘real’; instead, it is like a photograph of the mirrored reflection of a painted image.” (Kilpatrick) Although films have found a place in society for about a century, the labels they possess, such as stereotypes which Natives American are recognized for, have their roots from many centuries ago (Kilpatrick). The Searchers, a movie directed by John Ford and starred by John Wayne, tells the story of a veteran of the American Civil War and how after his return home he would go after the maligned Indians who killed his family and kidnapped his younger n...   [tags: Film, Native American Studies, Movies]

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John Ford's The Searchers

- John Ford's The Searchers A critical theory by Robin Wood posits that the filmic genres popularized by the Hollywood system are not "discrete", but represent "different strategies for dealing with the same ideological tensions." (478) Wood claims that conventional theories fail to address this ideological phenomenon, and proposes a search for the myths and contradictions, produced by American capitalism, which fuel disparate filmic genres. Wood's attempt to discuss this ideology lists the "components" of a definition of "American capitalist ideology." (476) One component is the character of "the ideal male", the potent hero of the American way....   [tags: Film Movies]

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A Theme of Racial Purity, Honor, Family, and Miscegeneraton in The Searcher by Ethan Edwards

- The Searchers contains a central theme of racial purity, honor, family, and miscegenation. Ethan Edwards, the main character of the film, is a Civil War veteran who returns to his brother’s, Aaron Edwards’, ranch three years after the war. What was supposed to be a friendly family visit turns into a disaster. During the turmoil that Ethan is put in and has to witness, we are able to infer some characteristics about this mysterious man. It can be concluded that in moments of stress and frustration, Ethan becomes protective, contains a lot of racial hatred, and possesses his personal code of ethics and morals....   [tags: veteran, massacre, native americans]

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Background On The Random Metal Detector Search Policy

- Background on the Random Metal Detector Search Policy The Los Angeles Unified School District board policy dates back to 1993 after a gun hidden in a student’s backpack killed a 16-year-old student at Fairfax High. Superintendent Sid Thompson proposed the random metal-detector search for weapons policy to the school board who adopted the policy with majority support, but needed funding for more metal detectors. State assemblyman Richard Katz proposed AB 777 which would require the allocation of specific federal resources ($1 million from the Budget Act of 1994) for the purchase and installation of metal detectors in junior and senior high school facilities in LAUSD (AB 777)....   [tags: High school, College, Secondary school]

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do high school administrators have the right to have unannounced locke

- Do high school administrators have the right to carry out unannounced body or locker searches. Does it violate the student’s body or personal belongings. Many people think that it is wrong for administrators to have random body and locker searches, but I think it is ok and somewhat necessary. Having unannounced body searches or locker searches is necessary because they keep schools safer, they enforce rules and they avoid harmful incidents. Random body and locker searches keep schools safer. When someone or their locker is searched, whatever it is that is illegal is removed and the student is suspended....   [tags: essays research papers]

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Public Schools Should Not Be Banned

- “‘Look inside a high school, and you are looking in a mirror, under bright lights. How we treat our children, what they see and learn from us, tell us what is healthy and what is sick and more about who we are than we may want to know (Gibbs, 1999).’”(Beger 119). Essayist and managing editor of Time Magazine, Nancy Gibbs tells the public of how unappealing public schools have become due to their carelessness and negligence. Consequently, schools have become power crazed institutions that punish students in the place of a parent....   [tags: Supreme Court of the United States]

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Procedural History : After A Traffic Stop, Albert W. Florence

- Facts: After a traffic stop, Albert W. Florence was subject to arrest after the officer found a warrant out for his detention in the New Jersey state database. Upon his admittance at two separate jails, the petitioner was subjected to the regular body examinations, invasive strip-searches, and delousing process. In the meantime, Mr. Florence was released from custody after the justice system discovered the petitioner had paid his fines resulting in a mistake of the initial warrant. Thereafter, Florence filed a lawsuit against the jail officials contending that invasive strip searches for minor offenses are unreasonable and violated his Fourth and Fourteenth Amendment rights....   [tags: Supreme Court of the United States]

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No Right Is Held More Sacred

- “No right is held more sacred, or is more carefully guarded . . . than the right of every individual to the possession and control of his own person, free from all restraint or interference of others, unless by clear and unquestionable authority of law.” The Fourth Amendment to the United States Constitution guarantees the right of people to be free from “unreasonable searches and seizures.” This generally requires law enforcement officers to get a warrant from a judge or magistrate before searching or seizing an individual – but there are many exceptions to this rule....   [tags: Fourth Amendment to the US Constitution]

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The Fourth Amendment And Law Enforcement

- Many people today have faced a time or two where their person, property, or homes have been search by law enforcement. Search and seizure is when law enforcement authorities or police officers suspect someone of criminal activity and performs a search. During the search the officer may take anything that can be used as evidence to present to the courts. It is a chance that some people’s rights and privacy have been violated during these searches and seizures. The United States Constitution Fourth Amendment has been put into place to protect the rights of citizens against unreasonable searches and seizure by law enforcement authorities....   [tags: Fourth Amendment to the US Constitution]

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Why Choose Long Tail Keywords for Marketing, Search and SEO?

- Keywords, keyphrases, niche keywords, long tail keywords, keyword research – you will undoubtedly have come across all of these phrases in your quest for success making money online. Yet, of all of these phrases, the one that will be the most profitable for you to understand is long tail keywords. Knowing how to choose long tail keywords for top search results, marketing and SEO purposes will take your online money making business to the next level and see your traffic and sales increase. There’s no getting around the fact that choosing the correct keywords and long tail keyphrases is the cornerstone of success for any website, blog or online writing business....   [tags: Information Technology]

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Social Media 's Impact On Growth

- With social media not slowing in growth, companies are starting to turn to using various media sites to assist them in their hiring practices. From recruiting potential employees to running checks on an applicant’s posts, more companies are turning to social media than ever before. Many companies are starting to venture into using social media searches to check into applicants as a part of their hiring process. For those companies, the use of social media searches for applicants revolves around checking Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn accounts....   [tags: Facebook, Social network service, LinkedIn]

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Selling Properties Of Foreign Buyers

- Selling Properties to Foreign Buyers: Why to Be on Foreign Internet a Must Keywords: foreign buyers, selling to foreign buyers, marketing to foreign buyers, international real estate sales, foreign internet Key Takeaways: • It is not enough to have an English website if you are really serious about selling your properties to foreign buyers • Talk to the foreign buyers in their own language on a localized in their internet website that has been promoted on the foreign search engines • Foreign internet and the number of internet users in foreign languages are growing faster than in English Why should you care about the internet presence in a foreign language if you wish to sell properties...   [tags: World Wide Web, Internet]

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Compaison Of Any Two Search En

- Comparison of any two Search Engines (e.g. Yahoo, Magellan, AltaVista, Infoseek, Lycos, Bigfoot… ) The single, most frequent piece of search advice for using Web search engines is to always search more than one engine to answer your question. No two engines are the same-each offers a unique set of features and indexes or crawls the Web differently. It’s no surprise the results vary. Good searchers triangulate output from several engines to acheive relevent results. The emergence of meta search engines is a credible antitode to the time-consuming practice of sequential search engine searches....   [tags: essays research papers]

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Police Powers Under PACE

- Police Powers Under PACE Certain police powers under the police and criminal evidence Act 1984 (PACE) were implemented on 1 January 1986. For provisions set out in section 5, 50 and 55 of the act, there is statutory requirement for chief officers of police to collect and publish statistics monitoring their use. These provisions cover stop ad searches of persons or vehicles, road checks and intimate searches of persons. Information giving the ethnic appearance of persons stopped and searched was published in January 2001 a publication under section 95 of the criminal justice act 1991....   [tags: Papers]

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Search After Arrest: Arizona vs. Gant

- Gant was arrested by Arizona police because he was driving a vehicle with a suspended license. While he was being handcuffed, officers searched his vehicle and found a gun and a bag of cocaine. During the trial, Gant petitioned to suppress the gun and cocaine because the police didn’t serve a warrant to search his vehicle, in violation of the Fourth Amendment’s prohibition of unreasonable searches and seizures. Prior to the Supreme Courts opinion on this case, Arizona vs. Gant, it was standard practice for police to conduct a search incident to arrest of the passenger compartment of a vehicle....   [tags: arrest, unlawful, privacy, search]

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Brown Vs. Board Of Education

- Education today has been transformed significantly from what it was hundreds of years ago to today. A large collection of influential people and/or significant events have left their mark on history with their ideas of what education should look like. As each one has had a significant role in the evolution of education, there are four specific events that will be described in this paper describing the impact they have had. Brown vs. Board of Education was a case in which the U.S. Supreme Court decided that within the public education field, educational facilities are not equal....   [tags: Supreme Court of the United States]

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Exclusionary Rule: How, When, and Why Was it Established?

- The Fourth Amendment is the basis for several cherished rights in the United States, and the right to the freedom of unreasonable searches and seizures is among them. Therefore, it would seem illegitimate- even anti-American for any law enforcement agent to search and seize evidence unlawfully or for any court to charge the defendant with a guilty verdict established on illegally attained evidence. One can only imagine how many people would have been sitting in our jails and prisons were it not for the introduction of the exclusionary rule....   [tags: Exclusionary Rule Essays]

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The Amendment And The Bill Of Rights

- On December 15, 1791 the Bill of Rights was ratified to limit the government 's power, but no one could have predicted how the world would change and how the amendments would be tested. Since the Bill of Rights was written the world has changed drastically. With advances in technology, that the founders of the constitution could have never predicted, many of the amendments are not applied in the same ways as they were when they were written. The Fourth Amendment in particular has changed very much....   [tags: United States Constitution, Law]

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The External Technological Threats to Google

- External Factors Evaluation (EFE) Developing Competition of Various Search Engines There are external environmental factors that include political, macroeconomic, international, technological, and legal that can threaten Google’s business. In this executive summary, the technology and political threats will be the focus of concern that bring challenges for Google. In today’s market, the technology field is the most volatile and disruptive. Therefore, sustainable competitive advantages are not assured (MarketLine, 2013)....   [tags: Amazon, Apple, Bing, Facebook]

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Government Surveillance Makes U.S. Citizens Uncomfortable

- The government’s use of surveillance and metadata collection has greatly increased since the terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001. Many Americans feel that this increase in surveillance is violating their privacy rights and the Constitution. The government can, and should, do everything it can to protect the lives and freedoms of its citizens. The National Security Agency is not violating the Constitution by electronically collecting information from American citizens, and the data collection is necessary to keep Americans safe by preventing future terrorist attacks....   [tags: attacks, privacy, metadata]

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Search and Seizure

- Although people in the United States are entitled to privacy and freedom there is a limit to that privacy. State or federal officers are allowed where justified to search your car, house, property in order to seize illegal items such as drugs, illegal weapons, stolen goods just to name a few. When the police do searches it can be for various reasons it depends on the situation. They can have a search warrant to go into a premises and confiscate illegal paraphernalia or when doing a routine traffic stop an officer might become suspicious of activity that is not normal and conduct a search of the vehicle to see why the driver is not acting normal....   [tags: Right to Privacy]

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Improving your Google Local Ranking

- Smaller, locally based businesses have a better opportunity to rank well for searches with local intent. On Google, a local search is anytime a user adds in a geo-modifier into the search results. Additionally, with a recent update, Google now has blended search results with both local (based off IP address) and organic results regardless if there’s a Geo-modifier. We will cover the most important factors for local rankings, and explains the importance of optimizing each of them. Getting your website to appear in the first few pages of Google SERPs is determined by how well you optimize these categories of local search ranking factors....   [tags: locally based business, local search]

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A Brief Note On The United States Constitution

- Introduction The fourth amendment states, “The United States Constitution provides the right of the people to be secured in their persons, house, against unreasonable searches and seizures, and should not be violated, and no warrants should be issued, but upon probable cause sustained by Oath or affirmation, and specifically the place to be searched, and the persons or things to be seized.” (law.cornell, n.d.). With that being said, in order for the authorities to search and seize an individual, police officers must have probable cause that an individual has committed a crime, police officer must fill out a legal documentation with further details of what it intends to search and seize to...   [tags: Fourth Amendment to the US Constitution]

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Search Tools for Libraries

- Bell (2007) writes an interesting article about tools --she says--every searcher or librarian should ever need. She discusses Boolean operators, controlled vocabulary, field searching, proximity searching, truncation, limits, and “pearl-growing.” (2007, p. 1) The first tool she discusses is Boolean, which directs the system to relate search terms the way the searcher wants them. The Boolean operators used are AND (+), OR, and AND NOT or NOT (-).by a minus sign or hyphen (-). AND results in an intersection of two sets, OR represents a joining of two sets—it actually retrieves either one or the other or both--, and NOT leaves out records that contain the word the searcher does NOT want....   [tags: Information Technology ]

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Warrant Requirement Falls Under Vehicle Stops

- I. Exceptions to the 4th Amendment’s Warrant Requirement The 4th amendment provides citizens protections from unreasonable searches and seizures from law enforcement. Search and seizure cases are governed by the 4th amendment and case law. The United States Supreme Court has crafted exceptions to the 4th amendment where law enforcement would ordinarily need to get a warrant to conduct a search. One of the exceptions to the warrant requirement falls under vehicle stops. Law enforcement can search a vehicle incident to an individual’s arrest if the individual unsecured by the police and is in reaching distance of the passenger compartment....   [tags: Fourth Amendment to the US Constitution]

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The Bill Of Rights Of The United States

- The bill of rights was established to Americans to protect them from the government, to ensure that there would be no confusion where the line stood. One of those rights is the 4th amendment which states per constitution, “The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effect, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated, and no Warrants shall issue, but upon probable cause, supported by Oath or affirmation, and particularly describing the place to be searched, and the persons or things to be seized.” Because the rules of the land are so important in protecting the people, the criminal justice system has to abide by the rules stated....   [tags: Fourth Amendment to the US Constitution]

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The New Jim Crow by Michelle Alexander

- As Elie Wiesel once stated, “I swore never to be silent whenever and wherever human beings endure suffering and humiliation. We must always take sides. Neutrality helps the oppressor, never the victim. Silence encourages the tormentor, never the tormented” (“Elie Wiesel Quote”). Michelle Alexander’s book The New Jim Crow, which discusses criminal justice and its role in mass incarceration, promotes a similar idea regarding silence when America’s racial caste system needs to be ended; however, Alexander promotes times when silence would actually be better for “the tormented.” The role of silence and lack of silence in the criminal justice system both contribute to wrongly accused individuals...   [tags: elie wiesel, suffering, humiliation]

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The Fourth Amendment in Criminal Procedure

- ... The search happened because of the arrest warrant not because of the illegal traffic stop. If Frierson had been pulled over and not had an arrest warrant for him then the search would have never happened and he would have left with no issue. However since he did have an arrest warrant on file and it had to be served upon discovery and the gun was then found because of a search incident to arrest as mentioned above. Another example a lot that was use to help make the ruling more sound was that police will often canvas high crime neighborhoods and ask random people for their I.D....   [tags: right to privacy]

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History Of The 4th Amendment

- History of the 4th Amendment It is a common known fact that the Bill of Rights serve as a type of contract between the government and the people that outlines the specific rights that each individual is entailed and the government cannot revoke those rights. The Fourth Amendment protects those accused of a crime by preventing officials from searching the home, property, or body of the accused without a valid reason or a search warrant. Despite being a crucial amendment in terms of the privacy and personal protection of an individual, the history behind the conception of the amendment and the history of the amendment in the modern day is not known to a majority of the American population....   [tags: Fourth Amendment to the US Constitution]

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The Declaration Of The Fourth Amendment

- Abstract The United States Constitution contains basic rights, and some of those rights are the First Ten Amendments, that are known as Bill of Rights. In the Bill of Rights, the Fourth Amendment protects the people from unreasonable search, seizure and arrest. This paper will explore the history of the Fourth Amendment from the beginning until it was incorporated in the Bill of Rights, arrests, searches, exclusionary rule, warrant requirements, the fruit of the poisonous tree and what it is the USA Patriot Act....   [tags: Fourth Amendment to the United States Constitution]

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Comparison of Web 2.0 and Web 3.0

- What Is Web 2.0. Web 2.0 is branded by open source and freeware. It is used a lot in blogs, tags, wikis, RSS. “Web 2.0 philosophies are about user generated content and rejecting passive browsing, it’s about customization and specialization.” (BuySellAds, 2013) What Is Web 3.0. It has been said that web 3.0 will allow people of automatous agents to perform tasks for some users. There will no longer be search engine, which searches towards the key words you enter, the search engine will be geared more towards the user....   [tags: source, freeware, content, browing]

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The Dangerous Rise of Government Surveillance: The Patriot Act

- "The poorest man may in his cottage bid defiance to all the force of the Crown. It may be frail; its roof may shake; the wind may blow through it; the storm may enter; the rain may enter -- but the King of England cannot enter; all this force dares not cross the threshold of the ruined tenement" (William Pitt the Elder). This idea of freedom and security against the government was the foundation for the United States when it was established in 1776. However, times have drastically changed since then....   [tags: USA Patriot Act, Government, Privacy]

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Ferguson v. Charleston, S.C.

- In the case of Ferguson v. Charleston, S.C. the case was decided correctly. The Supreme Court’s ruling that the Medical University of South Carolina’s (MUSC)drug screening policy was a violation of the fourth amendment was the right decision because the search was indeed unreasonable (Ferguson v. Charleston (99-936) 532 U.S. 67 (2001)). MUSC had created a policy that required all pregnant women who were suspected for: lack of prenatal care, a known history of drug or alcohol abuse, intrauterine fetal death, or abortion placentae drugs, to be tested (Dubin, 1999, pg.279)....   [tags: supreme court, screening policy]

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Search Incident to Arrest Cell Phone Dilemma

- The Supreme Court has stepped up to answer the question if search incident to arrest on cell phones is violating an individual right. The lower courts are split in the decision. The two cases that are been debated by the Supreme Court is Riley vs. California and Wurie vs. United States. In Riley vs. California, it involved David Riley who was pulled over for having expired tags and driving with suspended license, which led to impound of his vehicle. Once impounded the San Diego Police policy is to document contents inside the car where they found firearms....   [tags: Supreme Court, Individual Rights, Cell Phones]

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The National Security Agency

- America’s international supremacy originates from the hard work of her agencies at home which provide a strong foundation for security and international diplomacy. One of these security agencies is the National Security Agency, or NSA. “By 2008, the NSA had become the largest, most costly, and most technologically sophisticated spy organization the world has ever known” (Bamford 1). The National Security Agency is a beneficial government program and a core component of protecting America from terrorist attacks....   [tags: protecting America from terrorist attacks]

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The Exclusionary Rule

- The ‘exclusionary rule’ was created to put under limitations the Federal officials and United States courts as they exercise their powers and authority. Additionally, it is in place to see that people maintain their own privacy and rights guaranteed in the Fourth Amendments. It also allows people to secure their premises, person, papers and other effects from unwarranted and unreasonable searches and seizures under the pretense of law. The United States constitution does not allow or tolerate police searches and seizures without warrants and therefore illegal searches and seizure unless there is a good reason for it....   [tags: Supreme Court, fourth ammendment]

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The United States Constitution Protects Citizens From Unreasonable Search And Seizure By Law Enforcement

- The Fourth amendment to the United States Constitution protects citizens from unreasonable search and seizure by law enforcement and/or government officials. In such cases where a search is necessary and a probable cause exists, a search warrant is required. However, there are some exceptions to this law and border searches have been legislated as one of these exceptions. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) officers are provided with constitutional authority to conduct warrantless searches of persons, vehicles, ships, cargo, baggage, merchandise, electronic devices, letters, and documents upon crossing into the country at either a physical border, functional equivalent of the border, or the...   [tags: International trade]

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Is It Truly An Emergency? Missouri V. Mcneely And Warrantless Blood Draws

- Catherine Dimitroff 3 August 2014 “Is It Truly an Emergency. Missouri v. McNeely and Warrantless Blood Draws” Introduction: The article “Is It Truly an Emergency. Missouri v. McNeely and Warrantless Blood Draws” discusses the constitutionality of warrantless blood draws in conjunction with automobile accidents that may or may not be the result of driving under the influence of alcohol. In Missouri v. McNeely the U.S. Supreme court approached the constitutional requirement that all searches must be conducted with probable cause within regards to the accident to support any arrest based on driving under the influence....   [tags: Fourth Amendment to the United States Constitution]

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The Declaration Of The Patriot Act

- The United States Constitution was founded upon the basic principles of freedom, which include the right to privacy, right to a fair trial, and the protection against unlawful searches and seizures. Shortly after the 9/11 terror attacks on the United States of America, the US Congress signed the Patriot Act into law. While the Patriot Act was crafted with the righteous intention of targeting and apprehending malicious terrorists situated in the homeland; the devastating implications of the act have been severe....   [tags: United States Constitution]

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Perception Of Women And Gender Inequality

- Perception of Women Equality has been and will always be a problem in our world. Not everyone can choose to have the job they want, do what they want or simply live the life they want. There is inequality in matters of race, sexual orientation, social class and gender. I know that both genders face some sort of gender inequality. While browsing through the internet, I saw four advertisements that depicted women in a sexist and discriminatory way. I chose to do my essay on these advertisements because I find them relatable....   [tags: Gender, Woman, Discrimination, Female]

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How Do Search Engines Work?

- Since the publication of the World Wide Web in 1991 people have been using search engines to obtain their information (Berners-Lee). These sources of information have greatly evolved over the past two decades and are continuing to become more efficient. Even though most any person with a computer uses a search engine, many do not know how it works. For starters, there are two main types of web searches: crawler based and human powered. Google is a prime example of a crawler or “spider” based engine; it gets information from sites automatically by following a preset algorithm....   [tags: ]

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An Argument Against Racial Profiling by Police

- This essay will bring to light the problem of racial profiling in the police force and propose the eradication of any discrimination. The Fourth Amendment states “the right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated, and no warrants shall issue, but upon probable cause, supported by oath or affirmation, and particularly describing the place to be searched, and the persons or things to be seized.” Despite this right, multiple minorities across the country suffer at the hands of police officers through racial profiling; the singling out of a person or persons as the main suspect of a crime based on...   [tags: Anti Racial Profiling by Police]

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Search and Seizure in Schools

- Ideally schools in the United States are considered by both parents and students alike to be “safe-havens” where parents can trust their children to learn and remain safe during the day and where students can feel safe in a well-maintained learning environment. However within this fully regulated government service, there are often debates over proper classroom environments, teaching tactics, and privacy issues. Today the main privacy issue in public schools is where to draw the line between keeping the school safe and maintaining the privacy of the students (Boomer par....   [tags: Fourth Amendment 2014]

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A Report On The Police Officer

- The purpose of this document is to fill you in on the details of my entire experience with these officers, and show you some information that I’ve found on my own. At the door The police officer did not make himself or his intentions known at the door and made an effort to stay out of sight of the peephole. We opened the door to the Residential staff which is when the police officer approached and inserted himself into the apartment. The police were never given permission to enter the apartment by any of the residents....   [tags: Police, Constable]

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Resources Needed For Your Program

- Resources Needed: resources needed for your program (e.g., assessments, pens, rooms, etc.) I will be offering this program in a special course during the morning homeroom including 10-20 students, which will include 5 adolescents from each grade level. The spots will be available on a first come first serve basis. The resources needed to operate this program in an effective manner will be: a classroom preferably by the library, the available time to use the computers in the library, pens, paper and assistance of teachers to help with gaining interest of students during their home room independent study period....   [tags: High school, Education, College, Student]

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The Public Schools' Right to Search and Seizure

- Public school's right to search student lockers. The school locker is usually the only private space available to a student in the environment of the school. So it focuses many of the main issues involved in privacy of the students. The 4th Amendment of the US Constitution states “The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses,papers,and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated, and no Warrants shall issue, but upon probable cause, supported by Oath or affirmation, and particularly describing the place to be searched, and the person or things to be seized.” In 1980 Supreme Court case, New Jersey v....   [tags: Argumentative, Persuasive Essay]

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Criminal Justice and Leading U.S. Supreme Court Cases, Annotated Bibliography

- ... (2008). The Police in America: An Introduction (6th ed.). New York, NY: McGraw Hill. The Police in America: An Introduction is a detailed and broad account of policing and how it relates to the criminal justice system. It additionally gives a view of the Exclusionary Rule and key definitions. Zalman, M. (2008). Criminal Procedure: Constitution and Society, 5th ed. Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice-Hall. Criminal Procedure: Constitution and Society is an up-to-date guide on all matters relating to the criminal justice system....   [tags: constitution, law enforcement practices]

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Unmmaned Aerial Vehicles: Drones

- Unmanned areal vehicles (also known as drones) are aircraft that have no human pilot on board. They are more commonly known by their acronym UAV.s. UAVs can be flown remotely by a pilot at a ground control station or the can fly autonomously in a pre-programmed flight path for patrols or they can be programmed for more complex mission flights. UAVs are mostly used in military applications, but are increasingly being utilized by policing organizations and commercial businesses. Drones have many benefits in their use....   [tags: human pilot, UAVs, criminals]

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The Usa Patriot Act By George W. Bush

- The USA PATRIOT Act was a law passed six weeks after September 11, 2001, which is in October 26, 2001, created by George W. Bush. USA PATRIOT Act is an acronym for “Uniting and Strengthening America by Providing Appropriate Tools Required to Intercept and Obstruct Terrorism Act of 2001”. Which is ironic due to the disagreements about the act that can be described as it is unconstitutional. Which are caused by the fact that the government is invading the people’s privacy by going through our phones, history of everything that is electronically, messages, phone logs, etc....   [tags: Federal Bureau of Investigation, USA PATRIOT Act]

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The New Jim Crow Circles

- The New Jim Crow circles in on racial issues that targets young black men in a cycle of poverty and jail sentences. Michelle Alexander wants the readers to know racism is not dead. Some people of today believe in full equality being reached of the black community of today. As of today, blacks are still stripped of their rights. Most of the blacks that are stripped of their rights are convicted felons. Alexander is revealing the truth of the system of incarceration. The system is to control the felons inside and outside of the prison walls....   [tags: Racism, African American, Black people, Race]

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The Inefficiency of Airline Security

- Everyone who has gotten out of bed in the morning has been exposed to risks. Whether it be risks from the factors around them, from themselves, or from people around them, they have faced some kind of risk. Comparatively, risks presented by situations around them and by themselves are considerably controllable. The risks delivered by people around them, however, are the ones that tend to be the most formidable. When people have a determination to be destructive, they often select targets which will stir up the most attention....   [tags: TSA, terrorism, 9/11, racial profiling, TSO]

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Critically Discussion of the Issue of Stop and Search

- The issue of stop and search is considered to be an extremely controversial area. There is significant debate on the legitimacy and the accountability of police powers when conducting stop and search, which has led to concerns about the effectiveness of policing. Reiner (2000: 80) has stated that policing is ‘beyond legitimation’ as a result of consistent complaints concerning the abuse of police powers within stop and search. The cause for concern is not only raised by the public, or other agencies, but is now recognised by senior British police officers (Ainsworth, 2002: 28)....   [tags: arrest rate, modern policing, police power]

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Fourth Amendment Jurisprudence : Schmerber V. California

- A decision that is still very influential to Fourth Amendment jurisprudence is Schmerber v. California. After Schmerber and a friend drank at a bowling alley, Schmerber got behind the wheel of his car, and crashed his car into a tree. Because of their injuries, Schmerber and his friend were both taken to a hospital for treatment. Once at the hospital, a police officer requested that Schmerber submit to a chemical test of his breath so that officers could test for the presence of alcohol in his body....   [tags: Fourth Amendment to the US Constitution]

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Why is Strategic Recruitment Critical to the Success of an Organization: Case Analysis

- Case Analysis: Interviewing, Hiring, and Selection Why is Strategic Recruitment critical to the success of an organization in meeting its goals and mission. Heidrick & Struggles International, Inc. is an executive search firm whose primary business model is strategic recruitment for high level executive placement for clients. Companies will need to have skilled and trained personnel that are high level performers so the business can meet goals and missions. Company’s need to recruit good employees and have them be the best possible candidate for the organization’s needs....   [tags: Interviewing, Hiring, and Selection ]

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Nasa Administration And Management For A Future Civilian Space Program

- This research was done to access whether NASA administration and management are capable of successfully perform a future civilian space program listed on the Obama National Space policy,2010, on the basis of their present activities and their future plans. NASA has high challenges of the civilian space program that includes a manned mission to asteroid by 2025 and manned Mars mission by 2030s.This research focuses on whether NASA management will be capable of overcoming all those challenges and to successfully land human on asteroid and mars....   [tags: Space exploration, Human spaceflight]

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Google 's Marketing Strategy For Internet Search And Advertising

- Google was able to successfully reinvent themselves when the company reorganized under Alphabet Inc. In essence, the company was able to manage its ever growing business ventures as well as better manage and allocate its finances. This transition also helped the company to focus on specific market segments and maximize their strategic marketing strategy for internet search and advertising. The following paper will identify, describe, and thoroughly analyze the market segments that Google, Inc. has chosen to compete in and support....   [tags: Google search, Web search engine, Yahoo!]

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The Benefits of Evidence Based Practice in Nursing

- Evidenced Based Practice (EBP) is essential to enable all nurses to provide the most current up to date practises for their patients. This process involves research, systematic review of current practises, critical thinking skills, evaluation and application to the clinical setting. In addition to this, the nurse must take into account the patients’ preferences. For nurses to have professional autonomy they must be able to justify their actions and demonstrate an understanding of why they perform the tasks they do....   [tags: Evidence Based Practice (EBP)]

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Why Medical Practice Needs A Mobile Friendly Website

- Why Your Medical Practice Needs a Mobile Friendly Website The advancement of technology and the competitive nature of the global economy has produced a business environment in which businesses are being forced to develop an online presence, something that is true even for brick and mortar establishments like medical practices. Where several years ago, simply having a static website would have been sufficient, the technology revolution has created a significant shift in website development paradigms....   [tags: Internet, Website, Marketing]

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Richard Posner 's Not A Suicide Pact

- Richard Posner published a book Not a Suicide pact: The Constitution in a Time of National Emergency in 2006. In this book, he argued that the U.S. government would batter to adjust the balance of civil liberties and national security though he knew it is hard. And U.S. government used to give weight to national security excessively in my opinion. I think, however, the U.S. government has to protect civil liberties no matter what happen. Since the Posner’s book was published approximately nine years ago, he would conclude protection of American civil liberties is more important at this moment....   [tags: George W. Bush, United States Constitution]

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Procedural Steps in a Criminal Trial

- Every society is faced by a fundamental problem of achieving social control that protects people’s lives and properties as well as establishing desirable levels of order, accord, security and courtesy in the society. Societies, therefore, have developed informal methods of attaining this control where family structures, norms and religious precepts are included. Law is established in contrast as a formal method of social control. Law is then said to be a set of rules that is prescribed and implemented by government to regulate and protect the society....   [tags: Social Control, Protocol]

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The Name Of The Rose

- In the title of the novel, The name of the Rose, by Umberto Eco, the 'rose' can signify many ideas. By making this the title of the book, Eco has attracted the attention of a reader because it suggests a number of things. A rose can be all of nature, the most beautiful of it, a girl, etc. Just as the title suggests several answers, so can the implications in the novel. The rose can be the Church, the richest and most powerful organization in the entire world. As each of its most devoted die, a little bit of the doctrine is forgotten until the 'name becomes bare', it can no longer be understood as its whole....   [tags: essays research papers]

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Reference Librarians: Then and Now

- Billeter begins her article highlighting the ways that reference has not changed. Some of the ways are people do not know how to ask questions, but they ask them because they need answers. They do not know that libraries provide free reference services not available elsewhere, but those who do know come with a wide range of expectations, knowledge, and understanding of information. (2010, p. 34) She then proceeds to clarify the ways that reference has changed. For instance, many people do not ask simple questions any more because they find the answers on the Internet....   [tags: Academic Issues]

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