She states that the government has even tried to place censorships on technology and the media which has not worked. It actually causes more outbreaks and violence. Another example of fallacy she uses is FALLACY OF EXCLUSION. This is because she is referring to one group 's behavior and assuming that behavior is specific to that one group when it is yet common to many groups. She writes, "Diverse communities will never agree on which speech is inherently offensive" (Benesch 250) Though she says diverse groups, it can quite well mean she is trying to make her own opinion for a group of
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The defendant may be criminally liable for omitting to act provided that the crime is one which may be committed by omission and the defendant is in breach of some legal duty to act. It is generally believed by some theorists that omission liability plays an insignificant role in the criminal law and there are others who suggest that the scope of omission liability should be widened to include a wide range of conduct that are subject to criminal sanctions. Also, there is concerns that how should such liability be constructed, for example, would it unfairly penalized an innocent passer-by? The modern legal system tends to adopt the concept of ‘duty to act’, whereby it is an offence if a person who has a duty to act failed to act in a required state. One can debate whether (and to what degree) duties of compassion and solidarity exist between citizens, and whether the state should punish their violation.
First, during lecture three, we talked about the notion of just deserts. We said that retributive justice is a matter of giving those who commit crimes against humanity what they deserve. Hence, the advantages of taking a retributive approach falls under that notion. Pros of using retributive justice approach • Assault: Setting example - a prison sentence provides immediate punishment. It will leave the offender with no doubt that hurting someone is not acceptable.
For instance, a target stimulus may be the name of the exploited person, which is revealed to the subject over the span of test guidelines (and may be already known from news reports, and so forth) Irrelevant stimuli contain data that is not pertinent to the crime and not significant to the subject. They comprise of off base yet conceivable crime features. Irrelevant stimuli are intended to be indistinct from probes to somebody who does not know the features of the crime. Since the irrelevant stimuli are not critical in setting, they don't inspire a P300-MERMER. If a probe stimulus is the murder weapon, a knife, then irrelevant stimuli could be other plausible (but incorrect) murder weapons such as a pistol, a rifle, and a baseball
The recent revelations about the NSA surveillance programme have cause concern and outrage by citizens and politicians across the world. What has been missing, though, is any extended discussion of why the government wants the surveillance and on what basis is it authorised. For many commentators surveillance is wrong and it cannot be justified. Some commentators have argued that surveillance is intrinsic to the nature of government and its ability to deliver the public good.  Few, though have looked at the surveillance within a wider context to understand how it developed.