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  • The New Electronic World

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    The New Electronic World Cyberspace has become a reality of everyday life. People across the world spend significant amounts of time and effort in the construction, maintenance, and innovation of the Internet. This advancement has created two classes: those who are in control of this new culture and those who are left behind. The fact also remains that there will always be a negative aspect for every positive one. The Internet has shown us technology at its zenith and at the same time, the perverted

  • Intellectual Property in an Electronic World

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    Intellectual Property In an Electronic World Business Law & Ethics Introduction This paper provides a general overview of some major issues facing both producers, publishers and consumers of intellectual property. The emphasis, however, is on copyright. Today, of course, that copyright includes the all-pervasive electronic environment of the internet. There are many media in which intellectual property problems arise. History and Definitions “Intellectual property” is property resulting from

  • The World Wide Web as Part of The Electronic Revolution

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    The World Wide Web as Part of The Electronic Revolution We are all aware of the first and second industrial revolutions and how they have influenced our lives and cultures today. This material has been presented in a limited amount so we may have an understanding of the major technological transformations of the last three centuries and the causes and effects of technological change. 1 I will present in this paper a limited view of a subject not covered or classified, which (if

  • Real World Process Improvements – Electronic Health Records

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    attempt to improve processes, is the health sector. This report observes and analyses multiple real life cases of health care providers from the United States who have decided to upgrade from traditional paper based patient charts to computer based Electronic Health Records (EHR). The report then moves on to suggest the future of EHR systems. It should be noted that all of the case studies observed in this report were created by the Centre for Aging Services Technologies (CAST) who describe themselves

  • Communication: The Key to Experiences and Relationships

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    Electronic devices shook the developed world with the development, expansion, and recent advancement of such devices. The use of electronic devices strengthens the most important aspects of our experiences and relationships. This idea is best supported by many uses of electronic devices, predominantly communication. The reason communication, the fundamental feature of electronic devices, is so beneficial to our most important aspects of our experiences and relationships is that communication is a

  • Would an Electronic War be Possible on a Global Scale?

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    has been used in many battles since the introduction of World War. But as there is no certainty of winning battles, nations around the world driven to comprehend that Electronic War is now preferred for them to gain superiority of information to increase the probability of winning battle. With them, any countries can manipulate the information residing on the other side of battleground to gain paramount advantages at battlefield. Electronic War, as a complementary method in battlefield, emerged many

  • Electronics

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    Electronics The invention of the microprocessor in 1971 was a huge milestone that eventually changed everyone's everyday lives. This invention enabled the world to own a personal computer in their home as well as their office. People were able to work more efficiently and progressively with these new electronic devices. Electronics today provides the world with an infinite amount of information at a much faster speed than that information would ever have been available before. The American public

  • Harms of Electronic Gadget Addiction

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    utilize an electronic gadget such as an iPhone or iPad at some point to check e-mail or pay bills. These electronic devices, which individuals make use of daily, are now being referred to as addictions. An addiction is defined as a constant, uncontrollable compulsion to an item or behavior regardless of the consequences of the item or behavior. Addiction to electronic gadgets in today's society is something important to address now before the issue becomes much worse. Electronic gadgets seem

  • Electronic Waste: An Environmental Crisis

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    known as Electronic Waste or frequently referred to as eWaste. The type of waste that is of technology of any kind, computers, microwaves, toasters and much, much more. What Is Electronic Waste(eWaste)?: eWaste is the term used to associate garbage that is only specific for electronics, that ranges from anything with batteries to something that must be plugged in order to work (of course there maybe exceptions where some stuff that require plugging in are not considered electronics). eWaste enters

  • Electronics

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    Engineering is one of the most significant subject in the world. The engineering divided into many several departments, such as, civil, mechanical, electronics and more. each of them supports others because in each work we need all of those three which we mentioned before and others. In this essay we will focus on one specific major which is electronics and communication engineering. I will explain what it is. Additionally, we will be elucidating the studying progress at the university and Areas