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    century analog markets” (Speeches). It might have been effective in the 20th century but now it cannot stay. Keeping the same rules for a different game will only result in unfair play. Updating the policy will keep the system in check. Even if updating means having to rethink the amount of force necessary to confiscate code, it might have to be considered because source code plays a big role in 21st century trade. In essence, “Regulation AT is a 20th…

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    Rear Admiral Grace Hopper made one of the most significant impacts on the field of Computer Science and programming ever through her work both in and out of the Navy. Hopper’s most memorable and well known contribution she made occurred while she was working at Harvard, and found a moth inside of a Mark II computer, shorting it. This moth is the source of the common term “computer bug” still used today. However, the field of Computer Science would be almost identical today, even if the term…

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    Jon Johansen, a resident of Norway, purchased a computer program for 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…

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    What is software piracy? According to Linfo, software piracy is a term that is used to describe the copying or use of computer software in violation of its license. Copying, downloading, and sharing software onto other computers are ways that software piracy occurs. Software piracy causes a big loss in revenue to the publisher or creator of the software. This causes the software to be pricier to the consumers. “Software piracy is all but impossible to stop” (Webopedia). Companies, publishers,…

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    Intense and action-packed, I loved the race against time to solve clues from the future, as well as the struggles and tension between the trio of protagonists. Written in 2004 before the launch of Swift which replaced BATSE later that year, I loved the idea of sending short messages from the future through collected burst data through so-called quantum foam. Although this isn’t an entirely novel concept , I really savor these kinds of story lines, and as The Tomorrow Code actually has…

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    AT&T Corporation, an American multinational telecommunications establishment, possessed a patent that protected speech recognition software in the United States. Similarly, Microsoft, an American multinational technology company, created code to make a computer program that also recognized speech, but instead decided to sell it in foreign countries. Essentially, Microsoft found a complex loophole in Section 271(f) of the United States’ Patent Act and was eventually able to legally sell their…

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    These codes were further classified as emergent and aligned after comparing the respected code with ILO, CA and CAT from step 1. If code matches with the code form step 1 than the code was labeled as aligned and depending on the nature, the codes were placed in the group of aligned learning outcome (aLO), aligned course activity (aCA) and aligned course assessment technique (aCAT). If the respected code does not match with any code from the step 1, than they were labelled as emergent and based…

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    a terrorist attack on the San Francisco Bay area revealing many similarities to George Orwell’s 1984. Computer code, being Harajuku Fun Madness, convinced Marcus and Darryl to cut school to meet up with their friends Van and Jolu. To be able to leave school without getting into trouble, Marcus and Darryl had to modify their gaits’…

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    Greeny et al. (2013) also describes this as helping your employees ‘love what they hate’. When utilizing the influential source of personal motivation, it is vital to determine whether completing a given action is enjoyable or difficult. Referring to Trinity Health Centers’ workforce development program, employees must be eligible to complete certain courses before advancing through the program. Eligibility is determined by taking exams to assess their literacy levels and current skills. This…

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    Chapter 16 - Source Codes and Recycle Bins Chapter 16 states that writers and readers bounce off ideas from each other works which contribute to novels today. Like all writers, the combination of works are gathered into one masterpiece, “it’s just the same” (198). Most importantly, great novels come from personal experience or a particular source that influence individuals to borrow other contributions: “Novelists borrow from other narrative” (204). After accomplishing personal experience,…

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