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Overview on Witness Protection in Singapore CONFIDENTIAL 1 ©2011 MinLaw. All Rights Reserved Sherlyn Neo Senior Assistant Director Ministry of Law 14 August.

All Rights Reserved Sherlyn Neo Senior Assistant Director Ministry of Law 14 August 2015 Overview of Witness Protection Protection from retaliation and intimidation Non-disclosure of identity of informants Protection /informants s 36 of the Prevention of Corruption Act (Cap. 241) s 40 of the Corruption, Drug Trafficking and other Serious Crimes (Confiscation of Benefits) Act (Cap. 65A) (CDSA) s 45 of the CDSA Protection when Giving Evidence in Court The State Courts and the Supreme Court have the powers to/


Jody Blanke, Professor Computer Information Systems and Law 1.

Fla., Haw. and Mont. have privacy protection beyond criminal search and seizure Many provide for a right greater than that protected by the U.S. Constitution Invasion of Privacy Tort Appropriation of name or /to federal agencies Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) (1966, re-titled in 1986) Privacy Act (1994) Very sectoral in approach Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA) (1970) Fair and Accurate Credit Transactions Act (FACTA) (2003) Electronics Communications Privacy Act (ECPA) (1986) Video Privacy Protection Act/


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Critical Thinking in Philosophy. Fact claim verification How do we know that some piece of information is actually a fact ? Can it be perceived with the.

information is actually a fact ? Can it be perceived with the senses ? Is it supported by history? Can it be proven ? Fact of fiction? Columbus discovered America Water boils at 180 degrees F This room is cold Concept clarification How do we decide if an act is right/ or wrong ? What criteria must be taken into account ? What was the intent of the action Right or wrong ? –A woman steals a loaf of bread –A man kills /


Abortion Arguments from both sides Roe v. Wade: 1973, 7-2 Fundamental right Laws- presumption of unconstitutionality Trimesters – 1 st – unrestricted –

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© 2012 Sterne, Kessler, Goldstein, & Fox P.L.L.C. All Rights Reserved. An Industry Perspective: We lobbied the cause; the Act was passed-where did we land?

Act was passed-where did we land? Panelists: Gary Griswold, Philip Johnson, and Eric Steffe Moderator: Michael Messinger May 28, 2014 © 2012 Sterne, Kessler, Goldstein, & Fox P.L.L.C. All Rights Reserved. 2 Industry Perspectives on the AIA Patent Harmonization Patent Quality At the Start Where We Landed (AIA) First to/© 2012 Sterne, Kessler, Goldstein, & Fox P.L.L.C. All Rights Reserved. Panelists Contact Information Gary Griswold, Consultant, Chairman Emeritus, and Senior Policy Advisor of The Coalition for/


Basics of Privacy TC 310 June 16, 2008. Protections of Privacy Not explicitly protected (by Right)‏  Fourth Amendment is closest Penumbra Protection.

 1984  Forbids above legislatively for cable Protecting Information Previous privacy deals with content Centralized repositories of information  Government Whos rights matter more  Businesses Categories Individual (private)‏ Aggregate (public)‏ Subscriber lists (public)‏ Patriot Act and Privacy Broad powers  Law enforcement more capable of monitoring  Telecom companies cant complain  Warrants are mandated, no judicial review  Not limited to “terrorism”  Allows domestic “spying” Big Picture Privacy/


Speech & Debate Strategies. Responsibilities Make your case Rebuttal i.e., Im right Youre wrong.

i.e., Im right Youre wrong Know your role...and lines! Be it resolved: that any individual who is a fan of the Twilight series will be required to live in the / improved childhood. DO: Research - know what you are talking about Organize - so information is clearly presented Make eye contact (or at least attempt it) Use available space Let/scripted READ Stand there like a statue Disrespect, insult, or offend ENGAGEMENT Relax & "act natural" Be AWARE BREATHE POISE Dont be mean! You attract more flies with honey/


LIFECYCLE METADATA FOR DIGITAL OBJECTS Danielle Cunniff Plumer School of Information The University of Texas at Austin Summer 2014.

@ng3M3! (initial) There are three four predefined repositories: IMLS C2C (IMLS Connecting to Collections Initiative) AFP (Austin Fanzine Project) Sandbox Graffiti Start in the Sandbox Sandbox Repository Selected Rights Statements Controlled Value: Rights Type Rights: Intellectual Property Controlled Values: IP Status Right: License Creative Commons Other licenses Rights: Statute U.S. Copyright Act Privacy Act FERPA Etc. Events Events: Record Links Controlled Value: Event Roles Event: Copyright Transfer/


6 April 2015: (5 th Period) Today’s Agenda: 1.Lexile Linking Test HMWK: Online SAT (or ACT) review on USATestPrep: Week #8 Make sure ALL of the short stories.

.Short Stories and Friday’s “Test” on Them! 2.Time to Plan 3.EOC Information Continued HMWK: Online SAT (or ACT) review on USATestPrep: Week #8 Short story “test” is /Friday, April 10 th. Continue collecting words, four a week, but now, you must collect THREE vocabulary words and ONE spelling word! Right now, with your short story packet out, select your top three and bottom three short stories. Be able to/


Iowa Civil Rights Commission Disclaimer The information contained in this presentation is a brief overview and should not be construed as legal advice.

Civil Rights Commission Disclaimer The information contained in this presentation is a brief overview and should not be construed as legal advice or exhaustive coverage of the topic. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) & Iowa Civil Rights /disability in hiring and on the job, and must attempt reasonable accommodation to known disabilities Iowa Civil Rights Act (Iowa Code Chapter 216) Mission: Enforcing civil rights through compliance, mediation, education, and advocacy Vision: A state free/


Information Systems Ethics (Cyberethics) Dr. Robert Chi Department of Information Systems California State University, Long Beach.

(Cyberethics) Dr. Robert Chi Department of Information Systems California State University, Long Beach What is Ethics? / a security policy Educating employees, contractors and Part-time workers Prevention Detection Response Privacy Protection and the Law The right of privacy Recent history of privacy protection Key Privacy and Anonymity Issues Governmental electronic surveillance Data encryption Identity theft Consumer/ Trojan Horse Attack Case Study III Computer Associates Is Forced to Clean up Its Act


20 Choice of Business Structure © Oxford University Press, 2007. All rights reserved.

Business Structure © Oxford University Press, 2007. All rights reserved. Choice of Business Structure Meaning of incorporation: the act of becoming a company upon registration Consequences of /regulatory burdens. However disadvantages include: limited life limited access to finance as business grows unlimited liability no sharing of responsibility or business expertise. Choice of Business Structure cont … Partnership: may be informal and relatively low-cost maintains financial privacy combines skills /


Chapter 111 Information Technology For Management 6 th Edition Turban, Leidner, McLean, Wetherbe Lecture Slides by L. Beaubien, Providence College John.

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© 2005 West Legal Studies in Business, a division of Thompson Learning. All Rights Reserved.1 PowerPoint Slides to Accompany The Legal, Ethical, and International.

Rights Reserved.1 PowerPoint Slides to Accompany The Legal, Ethical, and International Environment 6E, by Bohlman and Dundas Chapter 6 Administrative Agencies and the Regulation of Business © 2005 West Legal Studies in Business, a division of Thompson Learning. All Rights/ Learning. All Rights Reserved.6 Administrative Procedure Act Rule making Information gathering Adjudication Constitutional safeguards © 2005 West Legal Studies in Business, a division of Thompson Learning. All Rights Reserved.7 Powers/


Intellectual property considerations. nIntellectual property rights – patents, copyright, trade marks, database... nProtect rights holders assets & rights.

linking agreements nFrames – Washington Post Co. v. Total News Inc (1997) nMeta-tags – Creating Associations Copyright nCopyright as a civil right – copying, alteration, dealing… transient & incidental copying – e.g. a web page intermediary liability – EU Directive 01/29/EC,/ Copyright Treaty (1996) n Art. 8: ‘making available to the public of their works’ n US: Digital Millennium Copyright Act (1998) n EU: Directive on Copyright in the Information Society (2001) n Database protection – EU: Directive 96/9/


McGraw-Hill/Irwin © 2002 The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc., All Rights Reserved. 5-1 Chapter Five Organizational Context: Reward Systems.

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Challenging Impact Fees Brent N. Bateman Office of the Property Rights Ombudsman.

Problems: -No res ipsa loquitur -Challenger has burden of proof -No impact fee police How can I get help? -Education -Consultation -Professional review -Upcoming revision of Act -Practice, practice, practice If you paid an impact fee, you have a right to: -Obtain information about the fee -Challenge the notice of enactment -Challenge the enactment procedures -Challenge the fee itself Special Impact Fee Provisions Applicable/


The Mosaic of Serendipitous Finds; Or; The collecting institution of choice does not hold everything you need. By Elizabeth Estbergs ACT Government Reference.

Dr J. H. Williams M.P. Dr T. Drummond Shiels M.C., M.P. The Right Hon J. I. Macpherson P.C., K.C., M.P. Irish Free State Major Bryan R/ Who planted the trees? The leaders of the various delegations were each asked to plant a tree in front of Parliament House. The ceremony took place this morning/information please contact; Elizabeth Estbergs ACT Government Reference Archivist Ph +61 2 6207 5726 Fax+61 2 6207 5835 Emailarchives@act.gov.au Webhttp://www.archives.act.gov.auarchives@act.gov.auwww.archives.act/


1 © Copyright 2007 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. «Стратегия по управлению корпоративной информацией как часть бизнес-стратегии энергопредприятия.

Act Министерство Здравоохранения РФ ISO 15489-2 21 CFR Part 11 DoD 5015.2 FERC Part 125 8 © Copyright 2007 EMC Corporation. All rights/ Общая стоимость 11 © Copyright 2007 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. EMC Information Lifecycle Management Информация Использовать : информацию  Управление информацией: Documentum/ distributes design specifications with attachments to 5 departments Управление отсканированными документамиDocuments are imaged or electronically associated to a product file Со временем,/


1 McGraw-Hill/Irwin Copyright © 2004, The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. All rights reserved. Chapter 8: Decision Support Systems Decision Support in Business.

8: Decision Support Systems Other Decision Support Tools  Geographic Information & Data Visualization Systems  Enterprise Information Portal (EIP)  Knowledge management (KM) systems  Group Decision Support Systems  Electronic Meeting Systems (EMS) 9 McGraw-Hill/Irwin Copyright © 2004, The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. All rights reserved. Chapter 8: Decision Support Systems Artificial Intelligence  Cognitive Science, applied to:  Expert systems  Adaptive learning systems  Fuzzy logic systems  Neural/


Accreditation: Rethinking and Repositioning Business and Marketing Education ACTE/NCLA Best Practices Oklahoma City, 2012 James R. Gleason, Ph.D. President/CEO,

Content Common Across Clusters Finance Hospitality Management/Administration Marketing Career Clusters Information Technology Finance Management & Administration Marketing Hospitality & Tourism Business Education Marketing Education Entrepreneurship Education /rights reserved. Connection to business Pedagogy v. content Best practice Research-based BA focused Systems approach Common framework CQI philosophy (data!) HiQ Recognition ©2013, MBA Research, Columbus, Ohio; All rights reserved. Task Force (17): ACTE ACTE, BE Division ACTE/


1 ICT Accessibility and Assistive Technology in Thailand ICT Usage Promotion and Development Bureau Ministry of Information and Communication Technology.

of Life of People with Disabilities 2007 Empowerment of Persons with Disabilities Act 2007, Section 20 (6) has been given the right for people with disabilities to access and use Information, News, Communication, Telecommunications services, Technology and Information, and Assistive Technology for any kind of disabilities. ACT, P OLICY AND R EGULATORY FRAMEWORK 4 Thailand Information and Communication Technology Policy Framework (ICT 2020) Universal and secure ICT/


Part Chapter © 2009 The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. All rights reserved. 1 McGraw-Hill Organizing People 3 Chapter 9.

Act of 1963 Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 –Equal employment opportunity Age Discrimination in Employment Act Rehabilitation Act of 1973 Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) of 1990 Civil Rights Act of 1991 Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) © 2009 The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. All rights/ © 2009 The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. All rights reserved. 11 McGraw-Hill Employment Interview Important step Purpose is to supplement information Limitations placed on the types of questions Types of /


Classroom Activity – Lesson 1: “Defining Terms”. “Capitalism” is identified by its characteristic institutions Institutions: the formal and informal “rules.

by its characteristic institutions Institutions: the formal and informal “rules of the game” that shape incentives and outline expected and acceptable forms of behavior in social interaction. Private Property Rights Rule of law Open, competitive markets Entrepreneurship and /district court ruled that Napster was in violation of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act of 1998.... Although Napster was eventually unsuccessful in converting to a distribution-for-pay system in the United States (Napster filed for/


1 Session Number Presentation_ID © 2001, Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Real Time Inter-Agency/ Inter-Jurisdiction Collaboration: Doing More.

Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. 444 Presentation_ID Using Communications Technology to Do More with Less Technology Interoperability Budget Crunch 4 © 2002, Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Increased Operational Demands/Expectations © 2001, Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. 555 Presentation_ID 1980’s 1970’s Performance - Voice - Serial - Proprietary - Voice - Serial - Proprietary 1990’s 2000’s The Changing World of Networked Communications - Information- based interoperability - Radio/


J. Rick Mihalevich Dean of Information Technology Linn State Technical College 573.897.5129 June 18, 2009.

software is used to protect against XXXXXX attacks.  2006 26.5 million veterans was compromised when a laptop was stolen  2007 Inspector General for Tax Administration found 490 laptops containing sensitive taxpayer data had been lost or stolen  2006 Employee information at the department of agriculture was compromised by unauthorized access Examples of Compromised Data  FERPA: Family educational rights and privacy act  HIPAA: Health/


Ka whawhai tonu ake: The last crusade: Māori cultural & intellectual property rights Spencer Lilley Te Atiawa, Muaupoko, Ngāpuhi Aotearoa, New Zealand.

lands, villages and all their treasures NZ Intellectual Property Law The Copyright Act 1994 The Designs Act 1953 The Plant Variety Rights Act 1987 The Patents Act 1953 The Trademarks Act 2002. Tino Rangatiratanga Maatatua Declaration WAI 262 (Flora & Fauna Claim)/ & exploitation Images, information & audio misappropriated, shared and used in unsafe contexts Mis-information published, valued & quoted by those that don’t know and those that don’t care Rangatiratanga not always able to be exercised Lack of/


National Consumer Week 2015 National Consumer Week 2015 seeks to raise awareness and promote the use of new consumer rights that were brought into force.

to raise awareness and promote the use of new consumer rights that were brought into force through Consumer Rights Act legislation on 1 October 2015. This year’s campaign Know your New Rights will launch in England and Wales on 2 November 2015. National Consumer Week Partners For the Know your New Rights/provided by BIS. Further information Find out more about the National Consumer Week campaign and free resources via webpage www.citizensadvice.org.uk/the-consumer-rights-act-2015 Twitter: @citizensadvice /


Of XX Government Contracts Statutes, Regulations, Executive Orders & Policies Stu Nibley, Partner, K&L Gates LLP ©2015 PubKLearning. All rights reserved.1.

information security of XX Government Contracts Statutes, Regulations, Executive Orders & Policies Stu Nibley, Partner, K&L Gates LLP ©2015 PubKLearning. All rights reserved.3 Consolidated and Further Continuing Appropriations Act, 2015, Pub. L. No. 113-235, 128 Stat. 2130 (Dec. 16, 2014) –Prohibits the appropriation of federal funds on future government contracts whose confidentiality policies restrict employees from reporting fraud, waste, or abuse to/


Copyright © 2010 Delmar, Cengage Learning. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. Chapter 35 Basic Pharmacology.

particular controlled substances Copyright © 2010 Delmar, Cengage Learning. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. Drug Regulations and Legal Classifications of Drugs Controlled Substances Act of 1970 –Medical assistant’s role and responsibilities Provide security/annually by Thomson Healthcare in cooperation with pharmaceutical companies –Sections of drug information –How to use the PDR Copyright © 2010 Delmar, Cengage Learning. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. Drug References and Standards Other reference sources –Other drug reference /


THE SAT AND ACT ELCA CHARGER THURSDAY – OCTOBER 1, 2015.

ACT … (SEE HANDOUT) COLLEGE READINESS STANDARDS FOR ENGLISH, MATH, READING AND SCIENCE ACT COLLEGE READINESS BENCHMARKS IDEAS FOR PROGRESS WWW.ACT.ORG/STANDARD ACT / 2015 The College Board WHAT DO STUDENTS NEED TO KNOW FOR POST- HIGH SCHOOL SUCCESS? THE /COLLEGE AND WORKFORCE TRAINING PROGRAMS: ► COMPREHEND CHALLENGING LITERARY AND INFORMATIONAL TEXTS ► REVISE AND EDIT EXTENDED TEXTS ► SHOW COMMAND OF/.FOUNDING DOCUMENTS AND THE GREAT GLOBAL CONVERSATION 8.RIGHTS-ONLY SCORING © 2015 The College Board WHICH/


Privacy Jody Blanke Distinguished Professor of Computer Information Systems and Law Mercer University.

Mont. have privacy protection beyond criminal search and seizure  Many provide for a right greater than that protected by the U.S. Constitution Invasion of Privacy Tort  /to federal agencies Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) (1966, re-titled in 1986) Privacy Act (1994)  Very sectoral in approach Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA) (1970)  Fair and Accurate Credit Transactions Act (FACTA) (2003) Electronics Communications Privacy Act (ECPA) (1986) 8 Federal Privacy Laws (cont.) Video Privacy Protection Act/


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.Protection of Credit Standing and Reputation: –Fair Credit Reporting Act applies only to consumer credit. –(A) Privacy. Credit reporting agencies cannot disclose information to persons not having a legitimate use for it.  Phillips v. Grendahl: The information obtained was a consumer report and the reason the information was obtained was not permitted under law. © 2011 Cengage Learning. All Rights Reserved. May not be copied, scanned, or duplicated/


Kemin AgriFoods North America

$350 million © Kemin Industries, Inc. and its group of companies 2009 All rights reserved. ® ™ Trademarks of Kemin Industries, Inc., U.S.A. 3/25/Our industry is changing… Feed is food Safety is paramount Everyone is watching Consumer awareness – instant information Feed is highly regulated in the USA Local – Air quality, water, soil State Departments of Agriculture/party audits. Customers often want to get their own data. In the end…it’s about managing the risks. A Balancing Act… Outlook Keep track of /


15.1 © 2002 by Prentice Hall c h a p t e r 15 ETHICAL & SOCIAL IMPACT OF INFORMATION SYSTEMS.

PRIVACY LAWS: FREEDOM OF INFORMATION ACT, 1968 PRIVACY ACT OF 1974 ELECTRONIC COMMUNICATIONS PRIVACY ACT OF 1986 COMPUTER MATCHING AND PRIVACY PROTECTION ACT OF 1988 COMPUTER SECURITY ACT OF 1987 FEDERAL MANAGERS FINANCIAL INTEGRITY ACT OF 1982 * 15.14 © 2002 by Prentice Hall PRIVACY LAWS AFFECTING PRIVATE INSTITUTIONS: FAIR CREDIT REPORTING ACT, 1970 FAMILY EDUCATION RIGHTS & PRIVACY ACT OF 1978 RIGHT TO FINANCIAL PRIVACY ACT OF 1978 PRIVACY PROTECTION ACT OF 1980 CABLE COMMUNICATIONS/


© Hogan & Hartson LLP. All rights reserved. Pharmaceutical Compliance Forum Clinical Trials Case Study Stephen J. Immelt Thursday, November 8, 2007.

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The Team for Counteracting Infringements of Copyright and Related Rights acting by Ministry Of Culture And National Heritage WARSAW, AUGUST 24 - 25, 2009.

Act of 19 June 2004, Customs Law (Journal of Laws, No. 68, item 622, as amended); Regulations (1) regulation of the Minister of Justice of 16 October 2002 on designation of district courts adjudicating cases related to infringement of copyright and related rights/ Treaty, signed at Geneva on 20 December 1996 (Journal of Laws 2004, No. 41, item 375); Further information available Main Pharmaceutical Inspectorate http://www.mkidn.gov.pl/ http://www.mkidn.gov.pl/ministerstwo/963.html Programme and Reports/


Fifth Grade Social Studies Looking at Unit 8 Overcoming the Past: The Age of Civil Rights March 10, 2009.

footage in newsreels – During Vietnam & the Civil Rights Movement, people saw footage in television – in their living rooms – Beginning of nearly-immediate access to information Thurgood Marshall http://www.americaslibrary.gov/cgi-bin/page.cgi/nps.gov/brvb Civil Rights Act & Voting Rights Act Civil Rights Act: Signed into law by President Lyndon Johnson in 1964. – Equal access to public accommodations – Demanded school integration – Ended discriminatory hiring practices Voting Rights Act: Signed into law by/


Chapter 11 by Dee McGonigle, Kathleen Mastrian, and Nedra Farcus

(RHIO) -A regional network of health care organizations and providers who exchange information related to the health of the population. The goal is to work together without duplication to provide cost effective health care and promote community well-being. Rights - Privileges; right to privacy, confidentiality, etc. Sarbanes-Oxley Act (SOX) - Legislation that was put in place to protect shareholders as well as the public from deceptive accounting practices in/


© 2009 The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. All rights reserved. 1 McGraw-Hill Chapter 1 The Goal of HIPAA: Administrative Simplification HIPAA for Allied Health.

State high-risk pools –Other plans paying for medical care under the Public Health Service Act © 2009 The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. All rights reserved. 17 McGraw-Hill Covered Entities: Complying with HIPAA (cont’d) Providers –/) Clearinghouses –Companies that help providers with electronic transactions and recordkeeping –Convert health information to meet HIPAA standards © 2009 The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. All rights reserved. 20 McGraw-Hill Covered Entities: Complying with HIPAA (cont’d) Business/


McGraw-Hill Copyright © 2011 The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. All rights reserved. Peak Performance: Success In College And Beyond Chapter 10 Become a Critical.

information 3.Develop and implement a plan of action 4.Evaluate your plan McGraw-Hill Copyright © 2011 The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. All rights reserved. Critical Thinking and Problem- Solving Strategies Have a positive attitude Ask questions Persistence pays off Use creativity Pay attention to/ charts, or lists –Look for patterns and connections –Act out the problem McGraw-Hill Copyright © 2011 The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. All rights reserved. Math And Science Applications –Simplify –Translate words /


By: Dr. David L. Goetsch and Stanley Davis Based on the book

understood. Effective communication is a higher order of communication. It means the message is received, understood, and being acted on in the desired manner. Communication is the oil that keeps the total quality engine running. Without it, total/message is what is being transmitted (information, emotion, intent, or something else). The sender is the originator of the message, and the receiver is the person to whom it goes. The medium is the vehicle used to transfer the message. Eleven: Effective /


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