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    Should Physician-Assisted Suicide be Legal? Throughout the twentieth century, major scientific and medical advances have greatly enhanced the life expectancy of the average person. However, there are many instances where doctors can preserve life artificially. In these cases where the patient suffers from a terminal disease or remains in a "persistent vegetative state" or PVS from which they cannot voice their wishes for continuation or termination of life, the question becomes whether

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    Legal Provisions Concerned with Business Units Our client is in the process of forming a company. She wishes to avoid personal liability upon any contracts she may enter into on behalf of the proposed company. Our job is to design a report to explain the legal provisions concerned with the formation, management and dissolution of business units. The report will identify the relevant legal principles, which can influence the choice of business unit. Explain the differences in the

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    Prostitution Should be Legal on College Campuses I am sure that there are some of you that are thinking, "Prostitution on college campuses, he can't be serious!?" but indeed I am. After all, how hard have you ever thought about the subject? Probably not much, if ever. I mean really, the most any typical guy usually thinks while walking across campus or at a party is geeze, I wish I could get to know her. Well, fortunately for you I am going to give you the low down as to why legalizing prostitution

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    Legal and Ethical Responsibilities. Direct Discrimination :- something like putting in the job advertisement “women need not apply”. Indirect Discrimination :- saying there’s a height limit such as a 6’4”. This will limit who can apply for the job. Sex Discrimination Act 1975 The Sex Discrimination Act 1975 makes sex discrimination unlawful in employment, vocational training, education, the provision and sale of goods, facilities and services and premises. In employment and vocational

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    KaZaA is Ethical and Legal

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    KaZaA is Ethical and Legal INTRODUCTION The Internet is undoubtedly one of the greatest innovations of the past hundred years. The Internet provides a means for people all over the world to share information readily and rapidly. Like all technological innovations, the Internet has provided a better means for information to be exchanged. The down side of this is that the Internet can be used to transmit illegal information more easily. KaZaA is an Australian company that offers a means

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    cared enough about us to spend a lot of money on those frightening ads. Those good people down at the PDFA really don't want us using drugs. Or do they? The truth is, the Partnership for a Drug-Free America demonizes illegal drugs to protect the legal and profitable ones that kill more people. And this delicate maneuvering of the spotlight serves one purpose: to put a lot of cash in to the pockets of a few pharmaceutical, alcohol, and tobacco corporations. The tight-knit relationship between

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    1. PRIVACY WANTED     3 2. THE REGULATION – EU DIRECTIVE AND THE CAN SPAM ACT     3 2.1. Safe Harbor     4 2.1.1 Opt-in or Opt-out?     4 1. Privacy wanted Most of us have already asked ourselves who all owns the information about our name, our address and telephone number or the amount we keep in our checking account. Instinctively we feel that our names and other personal information belong to us and dislike the thought that someone else could profit from marketing them. However, it is the

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    Luck, Moral Guilt and Legal Guilt

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    Luck, Moral Guilt and Legal Guilt The question of whether luck should play a role in our assessment of other people is fundamental to human society. Our judicial laws express the view that we are responsible for our actions-in other words, luck does have a bearing on the determination of legal guilt; since legal guilt is theoretically based on moral guilt, this means that luck is usually considered to have a bearing on moral guilt as well. However, there are serious difficulties with this system

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    Legal Ownership of the Parthenon Marbles

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    Legal Ownership of the Parthenon Marbles The controversy began almost one hundred years ago. Between 1801 and 1812, Thomas Bruce, 7th Earl of Elgin and British Ambassador to the Ottoman Empire, removed several sculptures from the Parthenon in Athens and shipped them to England, where he sold them to the British Museum in 1816. 167 years later, Melina Mercouri, Greek Minister of Culture, requested that the “Elgin” Marbles be returned. This request sparked one of the greatest debates the art

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    Drinking at 18 Must Be Legal Imagine being a Freshmen at a University. Where do you go at night and on the weekends to have fun and hang out with your friends? Like most, you probably go to a local bar to hear a band play or listen to a DJ for a few hours and return home to your dorm room or apartment. Maybe you have a few drinks, maybe you don't. Either way, you have a good time and look forward to doing it again the next week. You and I, as well as most other college students, find no problem

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