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  • End User Metadata

    that may be specifically compelling. The end user metadata classifications proposed by the study are a decent beginning stage for experts. In light of study reactions, the fundamental classifications of metadata suggested in this study appear to sound good to the lion 's share of data warehouse end users. The classes (Definitional, Data Quality, Navigational, and Lineage) offer a valuable system for data warehouse professionals in creating and imparting their metadata methodology to different partners and for organizing metadata development ventures. All the more permanently, the…

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  • Interception And Access Act 1979

    This questions whether the law reforms of metadata, and the legal implications it carries as either intended effects or externalities, will be beneficial to society. The Telecommunications (Interception and Access) Act 1979 (Cth) was originally created to combat terrorism; however, over the years as technology advanced there have been various amendments in order to adapt it has seen more use in law enforcement to help solve criminal cases. The Telecommunications (Interception and Access)…

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  • SDI Stakeholders

    to ISO 19115 metadata standard, can be explored by a clearinghouse concept (Brun, 2014). Open GIS Consortium is deployed to secure inline access to the data at three levels. Its specifications are: • Level 1: web map server (wms, also ISO 19128) aiding map layers in image formats • Level 2: web feature service (wfs) aiding geospatial entities in a GML (XML) formats • Level 3: NGIS api - a rich functional interface for cross, dispersed organizational data management based upon ISO 19109,…

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  • Tranquility & Mosaics In The Fourth Amendment Summary

    The National Security Agency’s (NSA) collection of metadata has been questioned on constitutional grounds. Specifically, the NSA’s actions have been argued to conflict with the Fourth Amendment of the constitution, which states that all citizens are free from being subjected to any unreasonable searches or seizures initiated by the government. Proponents of the NSA’s collection of metadata believe that it is a crucial tool in preventing potential terrorist attacks, while opponents of the program…

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  • Edward Snowden As A Traitor

    Edward Snowden blew the whistle on the NSA’s massive program in collecting metadata on millions of Americans. Is he a hero, traitor, or something in between? The American government argues that he is a traitor that has caused catastrophic damage that will result in lethal consciences to the American public and troops. Others describe him as a heroic martyr that sacrificed his way of life to expose an unbelievable breach of privacy. We will examine both sides and attempt to draw conclusions on…

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  • National Surveillance Agency Analysis

    Intelligence Surveillance Act, to have a warrant to search for tangible things related to terrorism or foreign spies. This particular wording was used as a loophole to confiscate the data of almost every American. In order to search for spies or terrorists, the government would have to know the identities in the first place, and since it did not, it would have to search every person. Through these secret court orders, telephone companies like Verizon were forced to hand over its information…

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  • The Pros And Cons Of The Resource Description Framework

    Resource Description Framework (RDF) is a general structure for how to depict any Internet asset, for example, a Web webpage and its substance. A RDF depiction (such portrayals are regularly alluded to as metadata, or "information about information") can incorporate the creators of the asset, date of creation or redesigning, the association of the pages on a site (the sitemap), data that portrays content as far as gathering of people or substance rating, watchwords for web index information…

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  • Pros And Cons Of NSA Warrantless Surveillance

    Think of metadata as the index to all the content the NSA can sweep up. (Buren 2014) So, if NSA collects all the phone data, then metadata for that data would be the incoming and outgoing numbers, call durations, call locations etc. Suppose, the agency is able to record all the calls of a particular network, say AT&T, then NSA can very easily locate any specific call from that huge chunk of metadata. Moreover, they can easily track the physical movement of a particular person. Not only are they…

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  • The Importance Of Preservation Of Physical And Digital Materials

    UMKC does not have a digital preservation system in place, there is only a backup system as opposed to an active management system. UMKC is currently in development stage 1 of 5 of a Digital Preservation policy. The policy will be complete within 5 years. This policy would include automate tools to read embedded metadata to tell what’s lost on corrupt files. The issue is that UMKC doesn’t currently have enough technical support, staff, or resources to have a digital preservation program in place…

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  • Essay On Right To Privacy

    that supports many other rights of the American people. It sustains freedom, life, liberty, happiness and so many other rights and values that are important to the people. If privacy is not defended as a right that is respected and honored, people may lose their freedoms as Americans to an overreaching government. The United States government collects all kinds of private and personal information from the people. The most common and easiest form is called metadata. Metadata is the information…

    Words: 1469 - Pages: 6
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