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Y was Guatanamo Bay Prison Created



Greetings thru allahs 1 of the 99 qualitative beautiful names, “salam” ( or as-salamu-aliykum) meaning peace 2 u, whoever these word(s) r said 2.  886 more words

U. S. Of Amrerica

Hang in There HangOuters

Ultimate hypocrits, dangerous liers, best friends of shaytwan, shameless cheats, frauds n thieves, stealth killer SORCERERS now its yor turn inshallah 2 b hanged in public & thrown in2 the ocean (like yor friends or foes or sorcery victims) by the consciense world. 1,317 more words

U. S. Of Amrerica


Are you a technology potato? If you are anything like me, the answer is probably yes; at least to some degree. I like to think the advancement of technology has not affected me in a negative way, but a positive one, however, perhaps I am mistaken. 733 more words

Neighbor Strikes Again

About a month ago, my husband called me from home a little upset. Our neighbor (who I’ll call “Gael”) tried to come into our apartment. “She was messing with the doorknob and I thought it was you having problems with the lock. 536 more words




I’m a marketing dept NIGHTMARE!

I know marketing is how companies sell their goods, but I just can’t take it anymore. I stopped buying newspapers way before reading them on-line became an option. 139 more words


The United States of Invasion

There are so many individual cases constantly circulating about all the ethical dilemmas currently happening within are media. I wanted to just research a specific topic instead of one individual case study so I could focus more on the ethical aspects rather than all the garbage attached with a case. 919 more words

Ethical Dilemmas

The Computers are Listening: How the NSA Converts Spoken Words into Searchable Text

 Top-secret documents from the archive of former NSA contractor Edward Snowden show the National Security Agency can now automatically recognize the content within phone calls by creating rough transcripts and phonetic representations that can be easily searched and stored.

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Human Rights