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    Problem 2 As employers in a federal government organization, Michael Scott and Dwight Shrute have an obligation to comply with the Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act. The act relates to the collection of personal information and it requires employers to inform their employees in regard to what type of personal information is being collected. Mr. Scott and Mr. Shrute invested in “Keystroke Logger,” in order to monitor all employees’ outgoing email messages, without informing their employees that they were using the software. Furthermore, Mr. Scott and Mr. Shrute should have developed a privacy policy that outlined what was expected of their staff members in relation to their conduct on the internet. Mr. Scott and Mr. Shrute were also in violation of the Occupational Health and Safety Act when they stored cardboard file boxes by stairwells and emergency exits. The Occupational Health and Safety Act outlines the basic responsibilities of the employer. The basic responsibilities include; providing employees with policies and producers in order to sustain a safe work environment. “Without limiting the strict duty imposed by subsection (1), an employer shall, (a) provide information, instruction and supervision to a worker to protect the health or safety of the worker; (j) prepare and review at least annually a written occupational health and safety policy and develop and maintain a program to implement that policy” (S. 25(2)). It is evident that…

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    to improper attitudes. Then she meets Edward Cullen (Robert Pattinson). His eyes seem to fit directly into her soul. Edward is a bloodless vampire, and because of fear, Bella begins a dangerous relationship…

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    changed possibly in a good way. In addition, the new vampires no longer bring fear and terror but they inspire hope and love, thus capturing young teenager’s attention. Another reason why Twilight captures young teens and even older women attention is because of how Edward Cullen is with Bella. Bella explains how she feels “safe” with Edward. Not only is Edward romantically inclined; he dedicates his life in protecting Bella from various harm, whether it be from other vampires, or even humans.…

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    not up for debate is that Twilight has left a mark on this world. One of the most significant outcomes of Twilight is the extensive amount of fanfiction that has been created around the fictional town of Forks,Washington and its residents specifically Edward Cullen and Isabella (Bella) Swan. The most notable work of fanfiction written based on Twilight is “Master of the Universe” by E.L James. This fan fiction was then transformed and published under the title Fifty Shades of Grey. The term…

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    Team Edward or Team Jacob Twilight is that book that keeps you awake past your designated bedtime because it’s so good. Twilight had so many themes: the Scary and unpleasant yet thrilling vampires, the hopeless romance between Bella and Edward, the adventurous and the action chasing battle between Edward and Jacob. Twilight is hands down an amazing book series. First is our main character Bella Swan, she’s nice, smart, shy, beautiful, very clumsy, she’s in love with a vampire and her best…

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    Bella meets Edward Cullen and becomes dazzled by his charm and otherworldliness. One day, before school started Bella was standing next to her truck in the school parking lot. In one moment Edward was across the parking lot standing next to his own vehicle and the next, he was between her and a van that sped out of control and almost impaled her. He stopped the van with his bare hands, and walked away like nothing had happened. After being seen in the hospital, Bella asks to have a word with…

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    classified as a Sci Fi & Fantasy, Mystery & Suspense, Romance, Thriller. Notably, Twilight is about a teenage main character, Bella, who moved from a sunny, Arizona to an overcast, Washington seeking to keep a low profile. In school, she encounters a strange, attractive looking character, Edward. Their both instant and mysterious attraction had led them into a passionate relationship. Through the relationship, Bella discovers that Edward is not who he says he is and finds herself trapped into…

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    This decision causes tension in Bella and Edward’s relationship because he is more concern for her life than having a child. When Jacob and his werewolf pack find out about Bella’s condition they fear for their tribe’s safety and decide to also kill Bella and her vampire baby before she delivers. Jacob vehemently protests this decision and revolts, leaving to form his own pack with Seth and Leah Clearwater. Bella soon gives birth, but the baby breaks many of her bones and she loses massive…

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    as of 2008 when someone says the thing most often thought of are the werewolves from the Twilight Saga. In my opinion Professor Lupin from the harry potter series is my favorite of them all. Examples of werewolves from TV series are ones in True Blood, Teen Wolf and Vampire Diaries. Which brings us to the other end of the spectrum, Bram Stokers Dracula is probably the most often thought of example when someone hears of a vampire. Slicked back, black hair, with a flowing red cape and pale skin.…

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    realize this may also relate back to the fact that she has not seen all of the movies, leading to Hanson not being able to fully understand the humor in this movie, in turn making this another reason why Hanson fails to give an effective review over Breaking Dawn-part 1. One aspect that Hanson does include in her review of Breaking Dawn-part 1, is her personal opinion of the film. Hanson includes her personal opinion multiple times throughout the critique. The first time Hanson states her…

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