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  • The Influence Of Anonymity On The Internet

    Anonymity as a Necessary Evil The Internet is filled with people that cannot be normally identified. They are essentially disembodied voices that speak when not spoken to and provide opinion even when they do not have a valid one to present, Anonymity is a necessary evil as it allows people to freely express opinion without retaliation, allows people to share information, and for the preservation of personal freedom. The United States guarantees a right to the freedom of speech. This means that anyone in the United States can say whatever they want without fear of government retaliation or censorship. Other nations, like China, do not guarantee this right to their citizens. Though China has gone through lengths to deny their citizens of the anonymity of the Internet (Zhixu), other nations may make use of the Internet and anonymity to express their opinions of their government (Palme). As with any society, there will be some subjects that are divisive to the people. If one were to publicly declare their stance on the subject, they may be targeted by groups that disagree with their stance. Thomas Paine, the writer of Common Sense, was credited as the author using the pseudonym “An Englishman.” Common Sense was integral to the revolutionary sentiment of the American Colonies. By writing under the pseudonym, Paine protected himself from retaliation from England (Schnorr). The Watergate Scandal whistleblower, William Mark Felt Sr., originally released his information under the…

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  • Psuedonymity In Paul's Pseudonymity?

    Pseudonymity is best described as the practice of using forged documents to create new works of writing bearing a deceased writers name, instead of the current writer claiming the credit for the work. Many of Paul’s writings and letters have been said to have not actually been written by Paul himself. Many scholars believe that some letters were creations of Psuedonymity(Harris,2014). The Psuedonymity practice was quite popular among apostolic writers and was widespread among Hellenistic Judaism…

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  • Analysis Of Pauline Letter Second Thessalonians

    Second Thessalonians are great examples of what Biblical scholars such and Dr. Fowler and Borgan and Crossan believe is pseudonymity. “Some authors assert that a mention of Pauline letter is an indication that 2nd Thessalonians was intended to Replace 1st Thessalonians.” Second Thessalonians 2:1-5 is a suspicious warning to the reader to be cautious of deceitful letters written by “us”. Moreover the style, tone and overly stated finally greeting are not reminiscent of Paul’s writings.…

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  • Pauline Epistle Summary

    seem favorable for a release after his release. Ecclesiastical Organization “The critical view has been that the organization and life of the church that was reflected in the Pastorals are much too late to be from the hand of Paul.” The have been material from the Dead Sea Scrolls that have shown that there were various types of ecclesiastical organization in the first century. The organization of the church seems to have a similar pattern to that of the Jewish Synagogue, were the elders…

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  • Synthesis Essay: Nebuchadnezzar

    parallels between the two (15), though, in the end, the implications are ambiguous as both liberals and conservatives have used these prophecies to argue their dating stance. Third, Yamauchi surveys the four empires, as there are completing views surrounding how to interpret Daniel 2 and 7. The main issue is in regards to the idea that one of the empires is of the Medes. The author writes in response, citing Gurney, that, “The Medes did have a kingdom partly concurrent with the Neo-Babylonian…

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  • Privacy Policy Essay

    principles We abide to the 13 APPs in the following manner. (a) APP1: Open and transparent management of personal information Our ongoing practices and policies are documented in this Policy to enable us to manage personal information in an open and transparent way. This Policy contains specified information, including the kinds of personal information we collect, how you may complain about a breach of the APPs, and whether we are likely to disclose information to overseas recipients. We…

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  • Reicky Epistle Analysis

    “James the Just”. His authority construes the sufficiency of the brevity of his introduction in the Epistle. However, there are noticeable unusual characteristics that render the possibility that the epistle is not written by James. The epistle takes a Hellenistic form which is written in fluent Greek and uses various literary devices like the diatribe. These are techniques that no ordinary Jew from Nazareth could possibly possess. Consequently, the epistle was not literally penned by James…

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  • The Australian Privacy Principles (APP)

    million have responsibilities under the Privacy Act, subject to some exceptions. Example of a small business operator with a turnover of $3 million or less that are regulated the Privacy Act are private sector health service providers and credit reporting bodies (CRBs). The agencies and organisations referred to here are collectively referred to as “APP entities”. APP 1 — Open and transparent management of personal information An APP entity should have an “APP privacy policy” (often simply…

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