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    The similarity between confidentiality, privilege information, anonymity, and protected health information is small when comparing their differences. Although they all protect clients in some extent, they are distinct from one another regarding their boundaries. Confidentiality focuses on protecting information shared between a client and social worker. To keep confidentiality between a social worker and clients, the social worker must keep the information away from the media, and away from court

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    “Anonymity breeds meanness.” Unfortunately, these words by Sam Altman account for much of today’s online hostility. Cyberbullying, hacking, and offensive statements have only recently been recognized for their potential harm, and according to a global survey conducted by YouGov, one out of every five teenagers has encountered online abuse, which is more common than drug abuse at the same age (Elgot 11). This behavior is as ancient as the internet itself, but as technology evolves to become more linked

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    The Deep, Dark Web: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly “The Hidden Web”, or more commonly known as “The Deep Web”, is a fraction of the Internet that is not indexed by standard search engines like Google, Bing, Yahoo, etcetera. The reason for this is due to the fact that standard search engines cannot directly access data that is held in databases, which makes it extremely difficult for search engines to index. So, if standard search engines cannot access the Deep web, what can? And what is the primary

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    idea of deindividuation was presented for the first time by Le Bon then Festinger, Pepitone, and Newcomb (1952). They used the term to describe the effects of groups and crowds on the individuals’ behavior. Then Zimbardo, and Deiner emphasized on anonymity, which also facilates deindividuation. However, there are more factors in the causes of deindividuation such as arousel, altered state of conciousness, group membership, and lack of feeling responsibility. In the Stanford Prison Experiment Zimbardo

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    protect their sources? Confidential sources should only be used as a last resort because in some extraordinary situations there is precedence in which it is warranted or morally advisable to reveal a source; therefore a journalist should only extend anonymity when it is absolutely necessary to get the story and if a journalist feels so strongly that his or her source must be protected, then he or she should be willing to go to jail to do the protecting. The simple answer exists in the Society of Professional

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    A sense of anonymity online gives someone an excuse to commit sexual harassment, or be more aggressive towards others. Sexual Harassment involves an unwelcome sexual advance that can cause a person to not be able to work well in their work environment as well as be uncomfortable in a personal environment as well. Social media has a sort of anonymity, which doubles, as a sort of shield to people who harass other’s online, and the law can only do so much for the victim. Sexual harassment, not only

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    with a users name as a password. In this way, other users can know who is posting what. However, other websites are anonymous like Whisper, Yik Yak, and Ask.fm., among others. On the other hand, anonymity can be useful to protect one 's identity. There are an excessive quantity of hazards with anonymity, and should be banned or prohibit in social media. Cyberbullying is one of the biggest problems among teenagers today (Simmons). There are many children and teenagers who have cyber bullied, and these

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    culture. Many DI children feel as if they have been denied a basic right. Even adopted children have the right to search for their genetic parents. Why can't DI children be entitled to this same privilege? Many problems have occurred from donor anonymity. In one case , a half brother and sister married and later found out they were related. Even though, there are ways to find out if two people are related through medical technology, should DI children have to screen every relationship they get

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    Understanding Online Sexual Harassment

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    Communications has been in a process of evolution and revolution from the time the first cave person drew pictures on a wall through the inventions of the printing press, the telephone, radio, and television to the most current revolution – the Internet. This paper will attempt to briefly examine online sexual harassment and the constitutionally granted rights of the First Amendment. In the interests of brevity and to remain with in the parameters of the paper any discussion will exclude workplace

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    InnoCentive.com

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    business model like IP transfer and anonymity and how they will affect the Solvers and Seekers need to be deliberated. This new system will change IC’s structure and the way Solvers have been operating. All this will change the way the business was running till now. So, IC should go ahead with collaboration only when all the systems and processes for managing the Solver teams and roles of everyone are defined and other key issues related to IP transfer and how anonymity will work have been addressed.

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