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  • Madsen V. Women's Health Center Case Summary

    playing digital versatile discs (DVDs) and reverse-engineered the program to obtain the Content Scramble System (CSS) algorithm, however, the program that Johansen purchased was subject to a click-through license provision forbidding such activates. The license informed users that the program contained confidential trade secret and forbade reverse engineering of the program, however, Johansen, successfully obtained the CSS code and wrote a program called DeCSS that allowed individuals to decrypt the CSS source code that is embedded in the DVD thus allowing them to play and copy movies in an unencrypted format. October 1999, Johansen posted DeCSS on a website, that later appeared on a website maintained by Andrew Bunner. Two months after the initial posting of DeCSS on the website maintained by Bunner, the DVD Copy Control Association (DVD CCA) brought suit under the California Uniform Trade Secret Act against Bunner and others who allegedly published DeCSS or provided links to websites publishing DeCSS. The complaint…

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  • Personal Narrative: My Internship At Data To Insight Center

    During my internship as a web developer at Data to Insight (D2I) center, I did many different types of work from trivial tasks like organizing assets to substantial technology-based project like building a full function website from scratch. I got started my job with simple static websites, and then began to maintain and improve websites built on different Web Content Management Systems, and tried to create brand new websites using CMSs later. Occasionally I also needed to help on some…

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  • The Content Management System: CMS For Businesses

    CMS for Businesses Content Management System (CMS) can be defined as a system for managing a website’s web content. CMS offers its user’s, including those without critical coding and web technology skills, a powerful platform to accomplish common functions such as content editing from a web browser. The system contains two elements; the Content Delivery Application (CDA) and the Content Management Application (CMS). Some of the typical features of a CMS include; Format Management, Web…

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  • Reasons For European Imperialism During The 19th Century

    During the nineteenth century many European countries were taking part in the ‘land grabs’ of African countries. This rapid development created new empires and expanded old ones; this became known as imperialism. In this essay four general motives that inspired Europe to its great imperial successes at the end of the nineteenth century will be discussed. These motives are: religious, strategic, economic and demographic. During the time of ‘land grabs’ of the African countries many Europeans…

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  • Examples Of Imperialism In Avatar

    Imperialism has sprouted up all throughout the history of developing and developed nations, but it has also weeded its way into some popular movies of this century. Imperialism is the policy of extending a country's power through the use of diplomacy or militaristic force. This military tactic was mostly used during the late 1800s and early 1900s by Europe when they took control of Africa for money, slaves, and self-gain. Avatar the movie was directed by James Cameron and was made in 2009,…

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  • How Did Industrialization Blame For The Scramble For Africa

    Industrialization is the blame for the scramble for Africa, because without the technologies produced, and the mass production in which they were produced there would be no way for the europeans to over Africa as easily as they did. The “Scramble for Africa” was a complete invasion by european powers, between 1881 and 1914. Industrialization which is to blame for the scramble for africa is a process in which a society is transformed to using more machinery and producing more good along with…

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  • What Was The Driving Force Behind European Imperialism?

    Imperialism is another way of saying, taking over ultimate control of another country. In Africa, what was the driving force behind european imperialism? During the 19th century europeans were motivated to take control of 90% of Africa. Political competition, resources, and cultural reasons. Political competition had a major role in the Europeans taking control of parts of Africa. Seven European countries held African colonies by 1914. France and Britain were the two biggest winners in the…

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  • Imperialism In Africa Dbq

    Europe had many driving forces behind starting Imperialism in Africa. The European country wanted to take their power over to Africa, they wanted nationalism, profit, and lastly they wanted to explore new cultures and hopefully spread their culture to other areas of the world. Nationalism is very important, it helped gain control and spread power from one area to another. Europe had many reasons to want to gain control, they would become larger and have competition with other…

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  • European Colonialism And Colonization

    Africans, it was through the invention of traditions. Colonial governments knew that they had to “collaborate with chiefs, headmen, and elders in rural areas” to be successful. Thus, they attempted to socialize Africans into the European lifestyle, but Africans who were given the opportunity to prosper also took advantage of the process. The result was what Ranger calls invention of tradition: distortions of the African past that gave Europeans model for command in Africa and gave Africans…

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  • The Role Of Colonialism In Worries Of The Heart By Kenda Mutongi

    African courts, a local council of village elders was present in the African courts. In 1930, government officials passed the “Native Land Trust Ordinance, which stipulated that no European could occupy land that was currently owned by Kenyans.” (p. 83). That ordinance would be violated as compensation of equal land for Africans would turn into cash. The cash would be pointless as there was no land to purchase any more. Africans rights were continuously being violated. This change and many…

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