Tuesday, January 21, 2020
Sensible Anonymity on the Internet Abstract: This paper is an analysis of the anonymity of Internet users. Specifically, what are the benefits and disadvantages created by anonymity on the Internet, and how can the disadvantages be lessened without adversely affecting the benefits? The rapid growth of the InternetÃ¢â¬â¢s popularity is staggering. In 1990 few people outside the research community knew of it, and today it is estimated that there are more than 300 million Internet users worldwide (1). It is unlikely that any previous notable form of media or technology (radio, telephony, automobiles, or television, for instance) gained such widespread usage so quickly. When one adds up the cost of a computer, modem, ISP1, busying a phone line and the time it takes to download/upload email/websites it seems obvious that it is not cheap or easy to surf the net. The anonymity that the Internet provides its users is a key factor in why the Internet has become so incredibly popular so quickly. The benefits of anonymity on the Internet outweight the disadvantages, however something should needs to be done to reduce or eliminate the disadvantages without adversely impeding the advantages. The ability to have your own anonymous website (geocities.yahoo.com) with an anonymous email address to go with it (mail.yahoo.com or www.hotmail.com) is extremely alluring to the general public. No programming ability is required when programs such as Microsoft FrontPageÃ ® and Adobe GoLiveÃ ® help you create webpages using a simple word-processor-like interface. Formerly, one had to be an established, professional journalist, author or artist to have relatively any chance to publicly express your views, opinions and/or creativity. Wi... ...mity.html>. (July 21, 1999). 3. Al Teich, Mark S. Frankel, Rob Kling, Ya-ching Lee. Ã¢â¬Å"Anonymous Communication Policies for the Internet: Results and Recommendations of the AAAS ConferenceÃ¢â¬ The Information Society 15(2) (Version 14/January 27 1999). Notes: 1 Internet Service Provider 2 A remailer is a free, online service through which emails can be sent. The remailer will send the email on to its final destination, but the transmission history of that email will be erased before it is sent. 3 American Association for the Advancement of Science 1 Internet Service Provider 2 A remailer is a free, online service through which emails can be sent. The remailer will send the email on to its final destination, but the transmission history of that email will be erased before it is sent. 3 American Association for the Advancement of Science
Monday, January 13, 2020
Describe the three kinds of love: Eros, Philia and Agape Eros: Ã¢â¬ ¢This is Greek term that refers to a type of love that is passionate, shows intense desire for something and is often referred to as sexual desires. Another word to describe this type of love is known as Ã¢â¬Å"Erotic. Ã¢â¬ As Plato writes: Ã¢â¬Å"he who loves the beautiful is called a lover because he partakes of it. Ã¢â¬ This quote explains that someone who admires the beauty of another is a lover because he shows the affection.The Platonic-Socratic explains that you canÃ¢â¬â¢t truly be friends with another after having sex with them. Philia: Ã¢â¬ ¢Refers to the opposite sex and showing a tremendous amount of affection and appreciation towards friendship, parents, humanity. It should be a non-sexual relationship. Having friends is a good part of life. You need friendship to give you a notion to keep you happy to adjust to yourself. Forming a friendship is from liking each other, talking to one another or having the opposite of what you are (different).He also believes that friendship is based on pleasure but he also says that itÃ¢â¬â¢s not a real friendship then. Agape: Ã¢â¬ ¢The love of humanity, belief in god and the combination of both Eros and Philia. You love everybody and everyone. Show affection towards your enemies and be nice to everyone. Love is unique and is distinguished by its nature and its character and how it is shown. It is also known as brotherly love.
Sunday, January 5, 2020
With No Direction Home: Homeless Youth on the Road and in the Streets is an ethnography which describes the lives of youths living on the streets of New York City. The author attempts to conduct her own research in order to dispute the false impressions that many previous researches have formed about the youths living on the street. The ethnographic method she uses aids her study of the Ã¢â¬Å"street kidsÃ¢â¬ in acknowledging the facts behind their choice of lifestyle and their experiences while on the street. Marni Finklestein received her PhD in Anthropology from the New School of Social Research in New York City. She has also managed to organize many other studies based on drugs and substance abuse as well as sexual assaults in the streets ofÃ¢â¬ ¦show more contentÃ¢â¬ ¦Malinowski and Finklestein used similar concepts in their field study to acknowledge the depth of their study rather than using the Ã¢â¬Å"armchair approachÃ¢â¬ (12, 2014). Moreover the ethnographic methods used by Finklestein in approaching the youth of New York are also displayed in Kristina E. GibsonÃ¢â¬â¢sÃ¢â¬â¢ Street Kids: Homeless Youth, Outreach, and Policing New YorkÃ¢â¬â¢s Streets. Both being women researchers, their approaches were similar in wanting to seek the emotional perspective on the youthÃ¢â¬â¢s lives and experiences. Despite that both are women, Gibson uses a more feministic perspective in her ethnographic approach and she spends a longer duration of time in her study than Finklestein (2011, Gibson). Marni Finklestein uses methods such as interviewing and approaching the youth as a professional researcher, on the other hand, Kristina E. Gibson uses the methods of volunteering as a Ã¢â¬Å"street outreachÃ¢â¬ (2011, Gibson) worker. Gibson created her analysis based on the human geography, whereas Finklestein based her study on the basis of Anthropology. Although they both conducted their study by approaching the street kids of New York City, the concepts an d the reasons for their research are different. Finklestein wants to provide information, about how the youths got on the street and what their
Saturday, December 28, 2019
Chapter 1 Review 1. List three areas where health care practitioners can gain insight through studying law and ethics. The three areas are the rights, responsibilities, and concerns of health care con summers. The legal and ethical issues facing society, patients, and health care practitioners as the world changes. The impact of rising cost on the laws and ethics of healthcare delivery. 2. Define summary judgment. Summary judgment is the legal term for a decision made by court in a lawsuit in response to a motion that pleads there is no basis for a trial because there is no genuine issue of material fact. 3. Define bioethics. Bioethics is a discipline dealing with the ethical implication of biological researchÃ¢â¬ ¦show more contentÃ¢â¬ ¦Fourth, should animals ever b e used in research? Fifth, how ethical is generic research? Should the government regulate it? 11. What duties might a medical ethicist perform? A medical ethicist might consult with physicians, researchers, and other to help them make difficult decisions. Also they will sit on the ethics committee if such a specialist is available. When a difficult decision must be made, any one of the individuals involved in a patientÃ¢â¬â¢s medical care can ask for a consultation with the ethics committee. 12. Decisions made by judges in the various courts and used as a guide for future decisions are called what. It is called precedent. 13. Written codes of ethics for health care practitioners D. None of the above. 14. What Greek physician is known as the father of medicine? A. Hippocrates. 15. Name the pledge for physicians that remain influential today. C. Hippocratic oath. 16. What ethics code superseded earlier codes to become the definitive guide for a physicianÃ¢â¬â¢s professional conduct? B. PercivalÃ¢â¬â¢s Medical Ethics. 17. Unethical behavior is always. C. Unacceptable. 18. Unlawful acts are always. C. 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Thursday, December 19, 2019
John Donne who is considered to be one of the wittiest poets of the seventeenth century writes the metaphysical poem The Flea and the religious poem Holy Sonnet 14. In both poems, Donne explores the two opposing themes of physical and sacred love; in his love poem The Flea, he depicts the speaker as an immoral human being who is solely concerned with pleasing himself, where as in his sacred poem Holy Sonnet 14 Donne portrays the speaker as a noble human being because he is anxious to please God. In the book The Divine Poems, writer Helen Gardner supports this fact as she argues, His Maker is more powerfully present to the imagination in his divine poems than any mistress is in his love poems (Pg-2). Overall, it seems that bothÃ¢â¬ ¦show more contentÃ¢â¬ ¦This is evident to the reader in the opening few lines of the poem as the speaker states Mark but this flea, and mark in this / How little that which thou denyst me is / Me it suckd first, and now sucks thee / And in this flea, our two bloods mingled be (The Flea, L-1-4). Although Donnes language is simple, the reader notices that it is filled with many subtle allusions to sex, as the speaker cleverly employs words, which reveal precisely his intensions. This is apparent to the reader as the speaker argues with his mistress and attempts to convince her that engaging in premarital sex is as harmless as getting bit by a flea, as Ãâ¦[it] cannot be said / A sin, nor shame, nor loss of maidenhead (The Flea, L-5-6). The reader realizes that the speaker in Donnes poem possesses a strong and vivid imagination, as he believes that the intermingling of his and his mistresss blood in the flea is equivalent to having sex without physical contact, which is more, then they have engaged in, in reality. This is obvious to the reader as the speaker states Yet this enjoys before it woo / And pamperd swells with one blood made of two / And this, alas, is more than we do (The Flea, L-7-9). As the poem continues, the s peaker comes across to be relentless as he expresses his sexual desires aggressively by pleading for the fleas life because according to him it symbolizes their marriage. This is clear as the speaker insists: OhShow MoreRelatedThe Analysis of the Profane and Sacred in John Donnes Poems The Flea and Holy Sonnet 141869 Words Ã |Ã 8 PagesJohn Donne who is considered to be one of the wittiest poets of the seventeenth century writes the metaphysical poem The Flea and the religious poem Holy Sonnet 14. In both poems, Donne explores the two opposing themes of physical and sacred love; in his love poem The Flea, he depicts the speaker as an immoral human being who is solely concerned with pleasing himself, where as in his sacred poem Holy Sonnet 14 Donne portrays the speaker as a noble human being because he is anxious to please
Wednesday, December 11, 2019
Question: Discuss about theIT Risk Assessment for Cloud Computing at Aztec. Answer: Introduction The cloud computing has been clarified as the web based virtual stockpiling for the data and information. The technology has been useful for advancement in numerous associations. The essential advantage for utilization of cloud computing incorporates the advancement of the remote organization of the data. The cloud computing is the web based implicit stockpiling for the data and information and the technology is useful for advancement of numerous associations (Agudelo et al., 2016). The essential advantage for the utilization of distributed computing incorporates the advancement of the remote organization of the data and information. The distributed computing gives the advantage of conveying speedier information gets to and bolster for the business association. According to Garcia et al. (2014), the advancement of the distributed computing had additionally given the expanding of hazard elements and their effect on the improvement of operations at Aztec. The cloud relocation can bring about diminishing the expert and verification of information and data. The report has been made on the examination of hazard elements that the business association has been confronting subsequent to actualizing the cloud framework. The relocation of cloud at Aztec has started for enhancing the operations of business association. The accompanying report has evaluated the audit of project for moving the present database to cloud by Aztec. The hazard and dangers appraisal had given a diagram of the different sorts of hazard and dangers that the association needs to confront for relocating to the cloud benefit. The suggestions for the hazard evaluation comprise of hazard alleviation techniques for Aztec. and information. The distributed computing gives the advantage of conveying speedier information gets to and bolster for the business association. The advancement of the distributed computing had additionally given the expanding of hazard elements and their effect on the improvement of operations at Aztec. The cloud relocation can bring about diminishing th e expert and verification of information and data. Project Review for Finance Services Cloud computing gives the most reasonable advantage of information fetching and administration for business associations (Bello, 2015). The utilization of distributed computing has helped in encouraging the speedier information exchange and adaptable stockpiling. In any case, the specialized prerequisites of the distributed computing have made it evitable for a few issues and imperfections. Business associations like Aztec have utilized the distributed computing for enhancing their operations. It has brought about some budgetary issues like administration of records information, legitimate commitments, and vital hazard (He et al., 2015). These hazard variables have serious effect on the improvement of secured data preparing and exchange for the business association. Operational advantages and control: The money related information and value-based data like record holder name, individual data, deals amount, sums got, and rebate attained (Pahl, 2015). This information is extremely urgent for any business association. The business associations keep the data protected from any outside invasion and infiltration. The improvement and ramifications for cloud computing in Aztec could help in keeping the data storage in the cloud system in terms of remote area access. The cloud computing framework gives the simplicity of information processing from wherever. In special case, the plan and structure of the distributed computing framework is subject to the specialized techniques utilized for building the framework (Brodin et al., 2015). The cloud seller is likewise in control of the information put away over the cloud organizing. The information and data can be adjusted or analyzed from the wellspring of cloud seller. Specialized Risk: The different programmers and digital offenders can utilize the created innovation for hacking and exploiting the system arrangement of Aztec. The information stolen about the exchanges and bank synopsis of Aztec can be utilized for hurting the organization monetarily. These assaults have affected the organization's economy as the organization may lose their potential customers because of abuse of the stolen information (Chance Brooks, 2015). It would bring about diminishing the conviction of the operations incorporated into the cloud framework operations. The specialized blunders and configuration blemishes of the framework have brought about decreasing information get to effectiveness and obstruct the procedure of information stream (Cole et al., 2013). Aztec would need to manage the issue of process end and it would bring about conveying monetary misfortune to the organization. System Risk: The procedure chance for the distributed computing comprise of disappointments of the executing procedure. The sending of cloud can be founded on three sorts of utilization and they are data, stage, and programming (Ghosh et al., 2013). Aztec can choose any one from the three administrations. Be that as it may, because of disappointment in suggestion, the cloud administration would not have the capacity to work legitimately. The wrong choice of the administration would likewise bring about deferring the administrations that would bring about diminishing the income of the association. Henceforth the venture of relocating to cloud benefit must be finished with legitimate care and assessment of above said issues. The distributed computing gives boundless usefulness to the information put away and it can be scaled up or down according to prerequisites. Project Review for Security The project of relocation of the information to cloud administrations would give the advantage of adaptable security capacities, distinctive need of data, time powerful, and asset focus (Keyes, 2013). It would upgrade the control over the information and give the advantage of speedier information get to and alteration. The advantages of cloud relocation for Aztec have been clarified underneath, Versatile security works: The security capacities and procedures of the distributed computing have been useful for giving the advantage of the adaptability for the operations of business association (Lobelo et al., 2016). The adaptable security capacities would be useful for giving the simplicity of operations with secured information exchange. The security capacities would help in shaping the restricted access to the information and data put away over the distributed storage. The capacity of the distributed computing for Aztec is versatile and can give the security to every one of the information put away in the cloud organize. Aztec could consider the improvement of the noticeable security capacities at the business association. Priority matrix of the security risks: The cloud computing technology had been helpful for providing the benefit of the wireless data access (Mitrovic et al., 2014). However, the wireless data access has resulted in security risks and threats. The risk prioritization has helped in systematically classifying the risk in terms of the affect. The security has not been limited to the development of the cloud computing technology. The classification of the risk in terms of their impact would help in making more effective system development and rollout. Time efficient: The cloud computing had been helpful for providing the effective performance of operations. The complete deliverance of the system results in increasing the timely effective operations (Mohsir et al., 2014). The time consumed for processing the data and information is reduced and it provides the organizations with the benefit of the faster operations and better outcomes. The organization utilizing the factors of the cloud computing deployment has focused on the enrollment for improved efficiency and better performance. Benefit of focus: The cloud computing is helpful for providing the benefits of systematic development and outstanding personification of data management process (Moyer, 2013). The use of cloud computing would help the managers and employees of Aztec to view the classified data in terms of needs. The cloud computing has also helped in focusing the development of concise operations and functions in Aztec. It would help in keeping the focus of the operations on the main goals and objectives of the organization. In any case, the distributed computing has brought a few issues and issues for information security and data protection for Aztec, for example, reliant on the merchant, hacking strategies accessible, and trade off of information. The issues are examined beneath, Reliability upon vendor: The most significant problem of the cloud computing deployment is the dependence on the cloud service provider (Niesen et al., 2016). The users of cloud computing has to depend on the vendor for the cloud services. The cloud service provision had been initiated and provided from the vendor. The complete access and modification of the cloud services are under the vendor. Hence, the entire access from the finish of cloud merchant would bring about security imperfections. The merchant end can be altered for adjusting or getting to the information of Aztec. Techniques for hacking: Computer programmers and digital hoodlums have established numerous courses for harming the cloud framework inadequate and moderate (Ogie, 2016). This extraction and adjustment of data and information by using unauthorized access has resulted in harming the organization severely. The various techniques of hacking include DoS, malware threat, and virus injection. These technologies can be used for compromising the system and security of the cloud database. Compromise of Information and data: The storage of the cloud system is wirelessly accessed (Rampini Viswanathan, 2016). The wireless access had made the cloud structure prone to several attacks and infiltration. Cloud computing had brought about trading off the information put away over the distributed computing structure (Sadgrove, 2016). Aztec would need to manage the information trade off and loss of client's data. The different advantages and issues of the distributed computing that has been expressed above are in charge of the blended responses of the general population for utilizing the distributed computing in the Aztec association. Risk and Threats Assessment in Developed System This segment manages a review of the effect of the danger of distributed computing movement and creating procedures for managing these hazard components (Samaras et al., 2014). The hazard alleviation techniques have been assessed by the utilization of quantitative information investigation and even minded research handle. Aztec would need to ensure that the information and data could be kept secured from penetration and dangers. Impact of Risks and Hazards at Aztec The improvement of innovation has brought about expanding the productivity of the distributed operations of cloud computing in business association (Sansurooh Williams, 2014). Be that as it may, a number of issues of cloud computing relocation at Aztec that have developed with the improvement of cloud computing. The two essential dangers of relocating to cloud benefits in Aztec are overall failure of control on information and reliability of the vendors of cloud services. The loss of control on information has been witnessed because of the execution of the distributed computing process (Seigneur et al., 2013). The information put away over the cloud can be gotten to from any area with earlier approval and confirmation. The cloud specialist co-op seller has the total access on the information and data put away over the cloud arrange. The different digital offenders are utilizing the entrance of the cloud seller for getting into the framework and separating data from that point. Absence of straightforwardness: The individuals utilizing the distributed computing administrations would need to manage the straightforwardness problem of the distributed computing framework (Song Lee, 2014). The cloud computing doesnt support the direct association of the project operations. The use of cloud computing requires formation of the system for wireless data transfer. The use of the cloud computing in Aztec would result in dividing the control of data among the users and the vendor. The direct storage and access is not possible in cloud computing technology. It is important for making the data storage in the cloud computing technology more sufficient and compatible for the data transfer. Affectability of information: The information put away in the distributed computing is helpful for getting to the information remotely from any source. The distributed storage is exceptionally touchy information stockpiling as there is no substantial type of security accessible to actualize any impediments. The web-based social networking locales and applications are inconspicuous for sharing the individual data, for example, private photographs (Spears San Nicolas-Rocc, 2016). The use of cloud computing is technologically incompatible for information processing under direct supervision. The wireless access has made the system prone to superficial information overlapping. The cloud computing can be wireless infiltrated for harming the authenticity and privacy of the information stored. Issues in enactment: The legal compliances and laws have been used for forming the security of cloud computing at Aztec (Tu et al., 2015). The digital storage of the information can be brought about to improve the performance of the operations. The use of the cloud computing would be helpful for providing the benefits of the system development and faster data processing. The issues in performance have been resulted due to the simpler issues of the performance (Sadiku et al., 2014). The delay in operations due to network error or any other problem has resulted in causing hindrance to the operations of the Aztec. The operations of the cloud computing would become sluggish and result in harming the business processes of the organization. Risk Mitigation Getting Ready for Distributed Computing in Aztec The hazard moderation systems comprises of making an arrangement and actualizing it for managing the reasons for hazard considers and limiting their impact on the procedures included. The arranging procedure of hazard moderation comprises of four procedures as shown in the diagram below Figure: Risk Mitigation Planning (Source: Brodin, 2015, pp-161) Risk Management: The risk management is the process of minimizing the factors of risk and deployment of the proper strategies for the risk mitigation (Yang et al., 2013). The risk mitigation consists of developing some ways and forming strategies for the management of the risk factors and their effect in cloud system deployment at Aztec. The risk mitigation incurred some policies and procedures for the deployment of planning process for the development of risk management in cloud computing process (Weeger Gewald, 2014). The risk planning consists of analyzing, planning, implementing, and evaluating processes. The process of analyzing consists of evaluating the risk factors and their impact on the cloud service deployment. It would help in narrowing the impact of the cloud computing for the business organizations. The second phase of planning consists of developing the plan for the risk mitigation (Sharma Santharam, 2013). In the process, the cloud computing deployment can be treate d with systematic tools and options for the development of the risk mitigation strategies. The deployment of the cloud computing can be eased with the implementation of the risk management process. According to Erl et al. (2013), the development of the cloud computing has been easily managed and maintained by the implementation of the risk mitigation strategies. Recommendations for Hazard Administration at Aztec The deployment of the risk mitigation planning can be used for dealing with the risk and threats to the cloud system migration. Some suggestions for the risk management has been given below: SLA agreement for cloud services: A strong specifying of the administration level understanding (SLA) in the agreement is critical on the grounds that the control comes completely from the inward IT and security groups. On the off chance that any foundation inaccessibilities, appropriated foreswearing of-administration (DDoS) assaults, vulnerabilities or other security episodes are not built up in the agreement, you won't have the capacity to legitimately avoid punishments and fines on account of a security occurrence. Vendor Security functions: The provider may not really need to advise the producer, but rather it must guarantee there are viewpoints, for example, firewall isolating situations (Internet, operation, card information, and so on), antivirus arrangements and interruption discovery arrangements. Authorization permission: It is essential to adjust to the supplier to permit access to the earth log. It is important to see the entire traceability administration of clients and get to profiles. This incorporates the creation, adjustment and avoidance of profiles and secret word changes notwithstanding enrolling who is playing out certain outrageous exchanges. Data Security Risks at Aztec The different information security dangers would bring about preventing the procedure of information spillage and abuse. The different information security dangers for Aztec cloud relocation venture are: Absence of protection of data because of outsider impediment: According to Lee and Still (2015), it is the most ruinous data wellbeing endeavors required inside the structure plan of the affiliation. Nonattendance of care among the agents causes the data theft or data manhandle by the untouchable inside the affiliation. The cloud computing has to face improper infiltration and unauthorized access. The wireless system and absence of scope for physical security options had resulted in bringing external access in the system. The deployment of the cloud computing had resulted in bringing the scope of network infiltration for extracting information from the system. The data stored in the network is prone to such infiltration and access. Dangers of helpless remote gadget: It is another risk factor that has to be considered for deploying the cloud computing as it brings about expanding the event of the cloud services inside the system outline of the affiliation (Lobelo et al., 2016). Versatile applications are to a great degree loaded with feeling for the definitive data. The developer viably gets to the data over the definitive framework in order to get the mystery information from the various leveled framework. The system implementation of the cloud has resulted in causing the dangers of the wireless unauthenticated intrusion in the cloud computing system. The use of the cloud computing has resulted in making accounts, data, and information at security risk. The remote access in the cloud computing network not only has helped the users, but also the hackers for getting access. They use cloud system and their errors for getting the access to infiltrate the information system. It would harm Aztec in terms of financial , commercial, and market growth. Challenges in following data: It is another basic risk that impacts the various leveled information security plan of Aztec (Mitrovic et al., 2014). Additionally, the use of cloud organizations and compact stockpiling of data are growing the data shortcoming inside the affiliation. The affiliation does not have any technique to track the legitimate characterized data inside it. The vast storage of the cloud system makes it extremely difficult for tracking the data and information. The deployment of the cloud system has helped in causing problems of the accessibility in case of system failure or network error. Hence, the information security at Aztec must be executed with appropriate arranging and security for managing the security dangers. Conclusion The cloud computing technology has been useful for advancement in numerous associations and it incorporates the advancement of the remote organization of the data. The cloud relocation can bring about diminishing the expert and verification of information and data. Cloud computing gives the most reasonable advantage of information fetching and administration for business associations. Some other features of cloud computing includes operational advantages and control, specialized risk, and system risk. The report has helped in developing some recommendations for the deployment of the risk mitigation planning can be used for dealing with the risk and threats to the cloud system migration. The use of a strong specifying of the administration level understanding (SLA) in the agreement had been critical on the grounds that the control comes completely from the inward IT and security groups. It had been mentioned in the report that the provider may not really need to advise the producer, b ut rather it must guarantee the security and functionality of the cloud vendor. It is essential to adjust to the supplier to permit access to the earth log. 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