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    Explain some cases in which you would perm-ban/temp-ban people: Staff Disrespect --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- In my opinion Staff Disrespect is one of the vilest things someone can do on the server. Take their time to come and harass the staff members who keep them safe from other dangers that are brought to the server on a daily basis. When people start to get in the way of a staff members job by doing this they will first be dealt with with a warning. After the offense continues the player will be dealt with by being given a temp-mute which can range from times from 5 - 15 minutes. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Hacking ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- This is one of the most serious offenses on OPCraft which to me is the most common. if a player is caught with a Hacked Client of any form they will be temporarily banned for 48h while other staff members discuss the punishment on the player. If majority rules the player will be banned off of all OPCraft servers. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Advertising ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- If a player post and IP…

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    Essay On Anonymous

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    What/Who is/are Anonymous? Cyber terrorists, freedom fighters, a group of hackers, revolutionaries or AN organization? Anonymous may be a movement. Anonymous has no leadership; if you think in Anonymous, and call yourself Anonymous, you're Anonymous. How huge is Anonymous? Anons around the world have Moved from opposing web censorship and control to Attack governments silencing the people’s rights, standing for freedom of expression, animal rights, Helped the less fortunate, protective kids…

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    the adolescents of 4chan, they will inevitably do not understand the common language and may easily become confused by the ritual that is posting on the site, they may not fully understand the cultural rules of the site and lack social capital in any regard they are often known for their behavior of meme-spamming and various other rule breakings. Oldfags were once Newfags themselves and were likely and likely either moralfags or /i/fag and can be considered the elderly of 4chan culture…

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    The Cult Of The Dead Cow

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    A majority of the population perceive Hacktivists as criminals, while others see them as today’s heroes. Hacktivist groups have warned, rallied and provided a voice for the people. Cult of the Dead Cow penetrated and disabled several firewalls designed to protect China 's internet users from obtaining supposedly censored material from other parts of the world (“China...”). The Cult of the Dead Cow are also responsible for creating the Back Orifice software. Hacktivists designed this software for…

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    Essay On Hacktivism

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    uncomplexity and effortless ability to be conducted. This means that people with little to no prior knowledge can use different tools to launch their own protests. Furthermore, the effects of hacktivism are clearly visible if websites are changed to display the message of the hacktivist or if a website is completely unavailable due to attacks. While it may seem that many hacktivist activities are able to give those who are often left out a voice, not all the attacks are for just causes. Over…

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    Anonymouss Are Ethical

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    In this paper, I will argue that the group Anonymous aren’t criminals and their actions are ethical. I will argue that this thesis is true from the utilitarianism view; they are hacking for the good of the people. Some examples I will include are Project Chanology, Hal Turner, and Operation DarkNet. I will also consider the opposing position that Anonymous are bad and unethical. I will argue that it is mistaken because of misknowledge of the operations and what Anonymous’ purpose is. Also, that…

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    Anonymous Pros And Cons

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    Anonymous is a group of hacktivists that wanted to expose corrupt companies and businesses while starting mass awareness and staying unknown. It started out as joke on 4chan, an imageboard website in 2003. They went by the motto “none of us are as cruel as all of us.” Anonymous doesn't have a form of organization or logistics but the way an operation is started is by a member talking to other members about an idea. If they think is a good idea, they will support it. If not supported, the idea…

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    Anonymous Court Case Study

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    Not long ago it would have been unimaginable that a group of random people working remotely from anywhere in the world would be able to band together to electronically fight common enemies. However, recently a hacktivist group identifying as Anonymous has risen in power and size with the goal of fighting anyone they deem threatening to innocent people. Their operations and tactics range from gathering and leaking sensitive and/or restricted information from large corporations, to hacking…

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    health issues in the United States, and the fourth leading preventable cause of death. AUDs can affect the individual and also family members. One in ten children have a parent who has some form of drinking problem. There can be several different forms of alcoholism, such as, drinking too much, too fast, or too often. There are many different forms of treatment of those who are affected by alcoholism. Health professionals along with mutual support groups, such as Alcoholics Anonymous (AA), and…

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    The demographics of the al-anon meetings I attended was not vary diverse. The group was primarily white the majority women, There were two men in attendance. The alcoholics anonymous meeting was diverse as far as ethnicity, there were people of white, black, hmong decent. There were eight mails and two females. The ages of people in attendance of both meetings ranged from mid-twenties to as old as seventy. Alcoholism and narcotic abuse seemed to cross all cultures and ages. There was one…

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