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Day: July 31, 2019

Applying Software Threat Analysis and Mitigation

Applying Software Threat Analysis and Mitigation Walter Reed National Military Medical Center is located at 8901 Rockville Pike, Bethesda, MD. The medical center sits on 243 acres. The facility has 274 for total beds. This campus’ information is linked to the other locations within the network, and protecting this information is the number one priority. …

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Self and World: Reflections on Personal Identity and Global Citizenship

Today, people live in an interconnected world. What happens in one part of the globe can have an indirect impact on other places. With the increasing influence of globalization on many countries in recent years, global citizenship is no longer just an abstract idea — it is now a reality. As a result, personal identities …

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Exploring children’s chances for outside plays from the perspective of children (8-11years old) and most parents in the London Borough of Greenwich

Alternative Care; The Mutual Enjoyment of The Parent and The Child

How does the ECHR balance the right of parents for non-interference with their private and family life with the best interests of the child, where children are taken into alternative care? “The mutual enjoyment by parent and child of each other’s company constitutes a fundamental element of family       life and domestic measures hindering such …

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Freedom of Expression: Case of Samodurov and Yerofeyev v Russia

How could the European Court of Human Rights balance the rights of religious minorities against a right to freedom of artistic expression in the case of Samodurov and Yerofeyev v Russia?       Artistic expression is not a luxury, it is a necessity – a defining element of our humanity and a fundamental human right …

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European Competition Law vs. Personalised Pricing – the Major Battle of the 21st Century

Can Personalised Price Discrimination Be Prohibited as an Abuse of the Dominant Position under Article 102 TFEU? Introduction At the time of the Fourth Industrial Revolution, traditional systems of law are facing new challenges. During this revolution, machine-learning and Big Data are being actively integrated into business models.[1] The rapid growth of these notions raises …

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