INTRODUCTION This is a construction defect case wherein Defendant SMS Construction, LLC (“SMS Construction” or “Defendant”) is attempting to disclaim its duties and obligations as general contractor. SMS has not offered any evidence regarding damages. The Court must exclude all testimony and opinion from Defendant regarding damages. Likewise, Defendant has not offered any evidence that third-party subcontractors and/or Plaintiff James Bannie (“Plaintiff” or “Bannie”) caused or contributed to the damage at the Property; this evidence and testimony must be excluded. The Court must also exclude damage from Mr. Geoffrey Jillson of Guy Engineering because his testimony will be based on hearsay which is inadmissible and he does not qualify as an expert to testify
Information security considered as the procedure of protecting information against unauthorized access, disclosure, disruption, modification, use, or destroyed. In other word information security include defending information whatever the form this data may take. Although each organization employ information security to protect its secret data, but security breaches or identity theft may take place, security breach mean illegal access to defined categories of personal information. In other word it mean illegal access to personal information to use, destroy or amend it (Cate, 2008, p.4). Furthermore, identity theft considered as forgery seeking to use the identifying information of another person without legal authorization or permission.
Wonder Widgets The first issue Wonder Widgets faces is their liability to CelTel for the problem widgets. Depending on the cause of the problems, Wonder Widgets may be liable for damages. However, the sales contract contained a merger clause which limited wonder Widget’s liability. A merger clause, when included in a contract, cause the contract to become the complete agreement of the parties (Mallor 471). This means that any terms that were discussed prior to the contract, that are not included in writing, do not apply.
All property that derives from unjust acquisition is unjustly held. You do not have a right to transfer property you stole, nor does the new owner have a right to what they receive from the transfer. It would be difficult, perhaps impossible to now attempt to rectify that injustice of the past. There is no way of determining what belongs to whom. Nozick’s theory cannot be applied without starting from a just beginning; a different theory of justice might have to be created that is not sensitive to past injustices that we cannot correct.
However, I do not believe this was the cause for the financial crisis. As mentioned, the Glass Steagall Act prevented investment banks from interacting with commercial banks, therefore there would be no possibility that investment banks would buy loans from the commercial banks and issue securities such as CDOs (which would later turn toxic due to mortgage payment defaults) against that pool of loans. However this was not true. Even if the Glass Steagall Act was not repealed, this lethal financial securitization would yet be possible because of a loophole present in the Act. Even though the act prohibited integrations between investment and commercial banks, the term 'commercial bank' was very tightly defined and included only the large member banks of the Federal Reserve.
As a consequence, the successful use of informant in supporting requests for a warrant depends on the reliability of their information. Additionally, the source of the information is made clear and the police officer has a reasonable belief that the informant is reliable. There are several issues with conducting surveillance illegally of a property. One of the issues is any surveillance that is obtained in an unlawful manner, cannot be used in the court of law. For example, the Exclusionary rule holds that evidence illegally seized by the police cannot be used in a trial.
These methods are not only good in practice in one’s personal life, but also in one’s professional life as many companies and government agencies have policies regarding use of information technology resources and the retention of personally identifiable information. The most important protection for personally identifiable information is a person’s knowledge of the type of threats and risks there are to their information. For example, the ability to identify a phishing attempt will keep a person from providing information that may compromise their data. Companies in communications with their customers specifically state they will never request a customer’s password. If someone does request this under the guise of being a part of that company, this is a red flag and the customer or user should not provide the information and immediately seek out the company to alert them of phishing attempts.
Exclusionary Rule, states that if any evidence is illegally obtain for any case cannot be used in court. The case of “Weeks VS United States” is one example of how the exclusionary rule works. (Explain the case) I personally think rule goes well in hand with the fourth amendment. But with the exclusionary rule some would say that it cancels out the Patriot act. According to the Fourth Amendment of the Constitution, The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated, and no warrants shall issue, but upon probable cause, supported by oath or affirmation, and particularly describing the place to be searched, and the persons or things to be seized.
Integrity of your citizenship is very important, if it was to be messed with in some way, it can result in you being unable to verify if you are a citizen. Keeping your records available that verify your citizenship is important. When applying for a job or traveling, if you don’t have the records to verify it can result in deportation, fees, etc. Citizenship should be confidential when it comes to certain documents that help verify.
A state cannot survive unless it maintains a set of rules that create, support, and protect its structure and process. As the government becomes more structured, these rules are formalized into laws designed to control behaviors that threaten state security and well-being. The law provides that people may be corrected or punished if they engage in socially proscribed wrongs-conduct that is condemned as wrong and threatens the social norm. The American economic system, based on capitalism and free enterprise, could not exist unless there were laws protecting private property and protecting businesspeople from fraud and embezzlement. Because criminal laws are designed to protect the social fabric, the defendant must answer not just to the individual victim, but to the whole polity through its criminal courts."
But mainly in this aspect, Privacy deals with keeping information about your company from the fileshare to yourself and not non-employees of the company. When the company shared financial information in a fileshare it’s confidential and charges could be filed. The company would most likely in this case file theft against the employee.This crime could leave an employee in imprisonment if the state or federal charges occurred. There’s also the possibility that the company you previously worked for would decide to file lawsuit damages against you and you would have to pay money to the employer. This means you have caused damages to the company and this is possible if the company is known worldwide.
Don’t reuse/recycle your old passwords. It is risky. Online criminals and hackers who may have stolen such passwords even before you changed them could regain access to your accounts without your knowledge. 6. Don’t use words that exist in foreign dictionaries as your passwords.
Again, the standards of use are clear and the expectation of privacy does not survive the government’s interest and already established case law. If using a personal thumb-drive in a government owned device, the employee would not have any rights under the Fourth Amendment for that thumb drive being searched and seized. Is the governments search or seizure unreasonable? It would not be once an employee introduced a device such as a thumb-drive into the government computer. The government has a vested interest in the cyber security of their network.
The biggest benefit of the Fourth Amendment is that it deters searches. A search under the Fourth Amendment is “when a governmental employee or an agent of the government violates an individual 's reasonable expectation of privacy” (Legal Information). If the government were to invade a citizen’s property no law enforcement shall search the human, but upon probable cause. The court will be the one to tell if the search falls under the Fourth Amendment, if it were to fall under the Fourth Amendment the citizen would not be searched. In addition, when the law enforcement believes searching a citizen is reasonable, no excessive force shall be used.
It’s not something that should be protected against a nosy onlooker. There is no connection between the lack of a search warrant and the constitutional freedom against involuntary disclosure. The weapon would have been just as unlawful and involuntary if there was a search warrant. The warrant does not advance the idea that the defendant will be covered against disclosing his own crime. Actually, the warrant is used to urge him to disclose it.