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    It is common for criminals to use computers and internet to commence their crimes. It is not just the faceless organization targeted by cybercriminals but individuals who feel the repercussion well after being victimized. This paper will review computer crimes that involve identity theft, cyberstalking and child abuse. Identity theft can rob someone of their life savings, ruin credit ratings which can effect careers and weaken purchase power. Cyberstalking victims face tremendous stress living under a cloud of consistent threat to their life and their loved ones. Child abuse is perhaps the most devastating computer crime committed. Youth are the most vulnerable who experience emotional turmoil by their aggressors. In September 2014, Kevin…

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    Pros And Cons Of Doxxing

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    In February 2013, Zoe Quinn, an independent game developer, releases Depression Quest, a browser game, and received positive feedback in the gaming industry. Unfortunately, backlash came from a group of individuals who believed that the new title received undeserved attention. By August 2014, Quinn became the target of increasing harassment that soon became something she could not ignore, especially with her ex-boyfriend posting a blog post suggesting that she was dating Nathan Grayson, a…

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    Three Legal Issues Analysis

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    There is much to learn from the way each institution of higher learning responds to legal issues they face. Historically, institutions of higher learning have face many legal concerns, impacting safety and learning and policy across each campus. This paper will compare and contrast three legal issues across three very different diverse types of institutions of higher learning. The three issues compared are: acceptable use policy of university technology systems, policy on sexual harassment,…

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    Ethics and Conduct We are committed to maintaining a work environment that is frank of harassment, discernment and retaliation. These token of manners will not be tolerated by anyone including employees, Guests and vendors. Harassment consists of unwelcome conduct, whether verbal, physical or visual, that is based upon a person 's protected status race, color, creed, military, religion, gender (gender identity), alienage, citizenship status, sexual orientation, national zero vector, disability,…

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    American Apparel Case

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    He has dodged years of sexual harassment lawsuit but was finally penalized for his wrong doings. An internal investigator claimed “ it would not be appropriate for Mr. Charney to be reinstated as CEO or an officer or employee of company” (Lee). Unfortunately this company took too long to come to the realization that he should not be a part of the company. American Apparel has suffered tremendously due to the fact that it was such a long and ongoing scandal. Although they have suffered so much,…

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    Sexual harassment lowers work performance and brings low self-esteem to the victims. Sexual harassment is considered as a public embarrassment and humiliation where the harassed may be blamed for her dress and lifestyle at times.it is unfortunate that the harassed normally become under scrutiny and this really interferes with their reputation and dignity. To most victims, sexual harassment may prompt them to change their jobs or even feel that people around them do not care about them. There are…

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    How can we prevent this from happening? What can we as a student’s help this problem be solved? We can inform people type of warning signs, there is to being in an abusive relationship. Sexual harassment is a problem and needs to be stopped from happening. Prevention efforts should ultimately decrease the number of individuals who perpetrate Sexual violence. For example, many states received a letter grade for having laws that would be useful and non-useful for victims. States like Alabama,…

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    Sexual Harassment Sexual harassment is a large problem all over the world, and it can cause people to feel uncomfortable going to places such as work or even the hospital. Sexual harassment is generally described as unwanted sexual propositions, appealing for sexual favors, and other physical or verbal harassment of a sexual nature (Sexual Harassment). There are many problems that occur because of sexual harassment, and the people who are harassed usually do not admit because they do…

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    Sexual harassment occurs in the workplace and affects both men and women. There are many ways of dealing with these sexual harassment situations, but getting the sexual harassment to stop may not be so easy, especially in the social media workplace. Sexual harassment when viewed from a utilitarianism ethical theory evaluates the moral claims in terms of their outcomes, and to the extent these outcomes generate the greatest benefit for the greatest number of people (Mosser, 2013). There are many…

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    In the story, All Summer in a Day by Ray Bradbury, takes place in a dystopian life where kids live with their family on planet Venus. This may sound super fun, but on the contrary, it rains and rains and rains and rains. Every seven years the sun shines down on planet Venus for just one hour. Most kids do not remember the sun since they are so young, but Margot is different. She has come over from Earth fairly recently. She grieves the beautiful sun everyday, and this grieving can be observed by…

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