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    The Possible Secrecy of UFOs Unidentified flying objects, or UFOs, are one of the most controversial mysteries known to mankind. From ancient to present times, unidentified objects have been seen in the sky by millions of people. The question is, of course, what is it that we are seeing in our skies? Are they foreign spacecrafts from distant planets, merely Air Force experiments, or only our imagination? Many people believe that extraterrestrial life is existent and far more advanced then us.

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    being strongly overlooked in this matter. We will explore the areas of human rights, professional secrecy, civil responsibilities, as well as patient consent in order to justify our claim. The Law Article 9 of The Charter of Human Rights and Freedom states that, “No person bound to professional secrecy should disclose confidential information and that the tribunal will ensure professional secrecy is respected.” We strongly believe this statement should not apply to gunshot wounds because it depicts

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    How Secrecy is Presented in The Miller’s Tale Secrecy is a prominent theme in The Miller’s Tale and Chaucer uses it to not only make the tale more interesting but also to give the characters more depth, or in the case of Alison less depth. The way that secrecy is presented and what effects it has will be discussed. Chaucer introduces the reader to secrecy at the beginning of the tale in The Miller’s Prologue, indicating its importance, ‘An housbande shal not been inqusitif of Goddes privetee

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    Secret Societies and Dönme Secrecy

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    Secret Societies and the Dönme secrecy Simmel (1906) argues that secret societies are an alternative community that provide invisibility and protection to its members. The protective function of secrecy is a central feature in secret societies. This central feature is recognized on a dual contingency: (1) members of the community are concerned with the protection of ideas, objects, activities, and/or sentiments to which they attach a positive value; (2) the members pursue this protection by controlling

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    life? I dare say a bit more secrecy will make life curious and ethereal. Admittedly, secrecy is said to imply a sense of guilt, it is the will force to hinder sensitive information to come into open air. Secrecy is seen and taught by most as a fault and sinful act. We are instructed to speak openly and withhold no information, so help me God, as part of an honest and open society where people must be able to trust one and other. Nevertheless, I proudly state secrecy has nothing to do with deceiving

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    Secrecy at Apple

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    Anichini, A. Cultivating employee commitment to achieve excellence. My InnerView. Retrieved from http://www.myinnerview.com/_media/doc/general/my_innerview_employee_commitment_final.pdf Stone, B. & Vance, A. (2009, June 22). Apple’s obsession with secrecy grows stronger. NY Times. Retrieved from http://www.nytimes.com/2009/06/23/technology/23apple.html

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    Consumer Expectations

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    untruthfulness of business practices I encountered. Behind deception rest secrecy and openness-two important but yet difficult to define ideas-where large conflicts arise. Sissela Bok's essay, "Secrecy and Moral Choices," seeks to explain these complexities of secrecy-how secrecy is both helpful and harmful to human existence. Bok scrutinizes not simply the idea of secrecy, but considers as well our ability to control secrecy. In discussing secrecy's inherent benefits to society, Bok presents its

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    Fortunato throws back a bottle of wine in a "gesticulation [Montresor] did not understand," a sign of the Masons, a secret society of which he affirms he is a member (212). This secrecy is emulated in Montresor's slaughter of his foe. Montresor's deadly act, he himself, and ultimately Fortunato are shrouded in secrecy. Montresor's destruction of his foe is carried out at dusk. He leads Fortunato through the darkness "down a long and winding staircase" "into the inmost recesses of the catacombs"

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    win the Nobel Prize, it is difficult for scientists to share ideas. Many scientists are very secretive. Carl Djerassi, a world famous scientist, describes this competition in his fictional novel, Cantor's Dilemma. In his novel, he demonstrates the secrecy that competition encourages when two scientists, Cantor and Stafford, complete an important experiment. Cantor does not want to publish the full experimental details right away. He explains, "No, I'd like to string this out a bit. Just a preliminary

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    Julian Assange’s website, WikiLeaks made global headlines in the last few years. Assange started out by leaking documents he had acquired over the internet about banks in various European countries. Chelsea Manning, Army Private at the time stationed in Iraq joined up with Assange and delivered to him thousands of classified documents that Manning, a military intelligence analyst had access to. Manning was in contact with a former hacker named Adrian Lamo who he asked advice of, advice whether or

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