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ICT 410 Lecture 6: Privacy Questions and Definition
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Privacy Questions and Definition Emerging Privacy Questions What has changed in the privacy landscape over the last few decades? What are the threats posed to privacy today? What information are we trying to keep private? ...

Information Communication Technology
ICT 410
Sherali Zeadally
ICT 410 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Privacy Law, Whistleblower
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find more resources at oneclass.com Oversight and Accountability Oversight and Accountability For most societies to function, people must give others power over ourselves ...

Information Communication Technology
ICT 410
Sherali Zeadally
ICT 410 Lecture 4: Transparency
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find more resources at oneclass.com Transparency Transparency is important to any open and free society Transparency does not come easy People do not wa...

Information Communication Technology
ICT 410
Sherali Zeadally
ICT 410 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Privacy-Enhancing Technologies
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Privacy Nothing to Hide Argument If youre not doing anything wrong, then you have nothing to hide Obvious implication is that privacy aids wrong doings Course Goals How technologies are eroding our privacy PITS Privacy inv...

Information Communication Technology
ICT 410
Sherali Zeadally
ICT 351 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Advance-Fee Scam, Antivirus Software, Internet Fraud
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Notes Lecture 1 Information security Risk management Constantly evaluating the risks Security A big portion about security is trying to minimize the risk of an attack For risk to happen you need both: A threat A set of ext...

Information Communication Technology
ICT 351
Sherali Zeadally
SOC 101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Androcentrism, Day Care, Masculinity

Sociology Exam 2 Chapter 5: Socialization Socialization: The lifelong process of social interaction through which individuals acquire a self- identity and the physical, mental, and social skills needed to survive in societ...

Sociology
SOC 101
Christopher Huggins
Psychology
PSY 100
Nathan J.De Wall
Psychology
PSY 100
Nathan J.De Wall
MUS 171 Lecture Notes - Lecture 30: Cadenza, Arpeggio, Counterpoint
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First-inversion triads may be used as a substitute for root-position triads in a progression to create smoother bass lines. Second-inversion triads, however, are not used so freely. o Unlike first-inversion triads, second-...

Music
MUS 171
Kevin Holm-Hudson
MUS 171 Lecture Notes - Lecture 28: Voice Leading, Leading-Tone, Counterpoint
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Part writing: the governing procedures by which individual voices move from one chord to the next There are three common scores, or visual layouts, for four-part textures: o Keyboard score o Choral...

Music
MUS 171
Kevin Holm-Hudson
MUS 171 Lecture Notes - Lecture 27: Minor Seventh Chord, Slash Chord, Augmented Triad
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In popular music, one usually finds chord symbols above the staff, showing the root and quality of the chord and occasionally the bass note as well. These symbols function somewhat like figured bass in that they ...

Music
MUS 171
Kevin Holm-Hudson
MUS 171 Lecture Notes - Lecture 26: Predominant Chord
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Western music has its own syntax. The orderly directional flow of a musical phrase is determined by the harmonic function of its chords. There are three main categories of harmonic function: Tonic (T), Dominant (D), and Pr...

Music
MUS 171
Kevin Holm-Hudson
MUS 171 Lecture Notes - Lecture 25: List Of One Piece Characters, Subdominant
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Harmony in Western music has syntactical qualities that resemble the structure of language. o Music also resembles language in its way of marking pauses in the flow of information. Cadences in music are melodic or harmonic...

Music
MUS 171
Kevin Holm-Hudson
MUS 171 Lecture Notes - Lecture 29: Voice Leading, Fauxbourdon, Leading-Tone
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Although part writing with root-position chords is certainly serviceable, it is usually not entirely adequate for smooth progressions. o The bass lines have a tendency to leap excessively, and when all the chords are in ro...

Music
MUS 171
Kevin Holm-Hudson
MUS 171 Lecture Notes - Lecture 31: Diminished Triad, Voice Leading
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At this point it is useful to start thinking about how a melody might be set to other parts. We can apply what we have learned about voice leading motion and harmonic function to give a melodic line a harmonic outline and ...

Music
MUS 171
Kevin Holm-Hudson

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