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    TOR: Onion Routing

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    TOR Onion routing (Syverson) is an anonymous communication technique used to anonymize network traffic. Messages are encrypted recursively and sent to multiple network nodes or onion routers; each router decrypts one layer of the message and passes it on to the next router. This prevents the transport medium to find out who you are; the network does know that onion communication is taking place. Figure 1: An example "Onion", http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Onion_diagram.svg An onion is a data

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    Mam Tor And Tor

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    Once the location of a historically important Iron Age hillfort, now famous for its geological features, Mam Tor is located in the Peak District about 2km north-west of the village of Castleton, Derbyshire. Mam Tor is a text-book example of a landslide with its distinctive features of landslips; it is very famous amongst geologists and scientists. The A625 from Manchester to Sheffield built in 1819 intersects the main part of the landslide twice; it was closed permanently in 1979 due to the repeated

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    Tor's hidden service is a website that takes place in the Tor network, were services like Search Engine, Directories, Web / pop3 email, Private Messages (PM), Drop Boxes, Re-mailers, Bulletin Boards (BBS), Image Boards, Currency Exchange, Blog, E-Commerce, Social Networks, Micro-Blogs are hosted by using rendezvous points within the Tor networks. Other Tor users can only connect to these hidden services, by knowing the meeting address also known as an introduction point where the client gets the

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    The Seedy Underbelly of the Internet

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    times bigger than the surface web, or the web that we can normally access at any given time. To access the deep web, you need client side programs, like Freenet or the Tor Browser. Currently, the program with the most exposure would have to be the Tor browser – but not for any good reasons at all. Once you have a program like Tor installed, you first have to locate a site, or “hidden service directories” (Fripp), that serves the need of what you are looking for. An example site looks something like

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    Argumentative essay

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    Technology is not beneficial It only takes an electronic signal to change someone's life. That is, an electronic signal that will execute a command to send a message to an individual who is being cyberbullied. Cyberbulling has been occurring in unprecedented rates, because of our advancement in technology. And cyberbullying is just one of the many ways modern technology is abused. Others include, and are not limited to lack of physical activity and interaction, illegal marketing, and killing. Technology

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    The Deep Web, or namely the “Tor” permits individuals to have these types of freedoms. Alternatively, as mentioned earlier, there are malicious individuals who use the Deep web for a variety of illicit purposes. For instance, there was found to be an abundance of criminal activity

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    the Deep, Dark web ostensibly seem to use it for a variety reasons, whether it is a journalist who lives in a highly oppressive region of the world, or someone who simply wants to watch a country-restricted YouTube video, the Deep Web, or namely the “Tor” permits them these freedoms. On the other hand, as mentioned earlier, there are malicious individuals who use the Deep web for a variety of illicit purposes. For instance, there was found to be an abundance of criminal activity on this particular Deep

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    the present study, 12 pts were advised adjuvant radiotherapy either with or without chemotherapy. TORS alongwith neck dissection allowed us to identify patients with favourable pathological features, thus allowing for deintensification of overall treatment in comparison to concurrent chemoradiation. In a similar prospective single arm study by Weinstein et al.,25 ipsilateral SND at the time of TORS for primary oropharyngeal carcinoma allowed to "deintensify’’ adjuvant therapy (postoperative chemoradiation)

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    "The harder you work the harder it is to surrender."-Vince Lombardi. This quote was once stated by a legendary American Football icon, and sums up the ethic of sports and the occupation of a sports agent. In fact, during modern times, the people's love for the world of sports brands the career of a sports agent prosperous and honorable. One that may not be as familiar with the career may ask themselves, “What is a sports agent?” According to the Merriam-Webster Dictionary, a sports agent is a person

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    preventing something big from occurring. Tor and the anonymity it provides helps people buy and sell drugs, among other things, but also helps keep activists, like Nima Fatemi, alive. Others who were not able to keep their identities hidden while exhibiting their radical opinions ended up dead or in prison, something that could have been avoided if no one knew who they were. The government is at odds with itself regarding the dark web, one branch created Tor in order to keep government officials anonymous

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