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Reflective – bestbaker

Core Value 1. My work demonstrates that I used a variety of social and interactive practices that involve recursive stages of exploration, discovery, conceptualization, and development. From the beginning of the course, Professor Hodges made it clear that receiving and … Continue reading

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Op-Ed for Portofolio – best baker

Abrasions to the privacy of Australians’ The Australian government’s recent interest in expanding their surveillance powers since the two years it was founded, is concerning for its residents and their rights. Facial recognition technology has become drastically popular all over … Continue reading

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Editorial for Portfolio – best baker

Plastic Straw Pollution Problem The next time someone orders a drink, they should ask themselves if they need a plastic straw to go with it. The answer should always be no. Plastic straws should never be used because they are harmful … Continue reading

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Op-Ed Draft – bestbaker

In this day and age, facial recognition software has become a need instead of a want. Countries use it to keep criminals off the streets and behind bars. However, Australia has a different plan in mind. The Australian government wants … Continue reading

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Writing Plan – best baker

THESIS: The Australian government would be violating the privacy of its residents who go on adult sites to view pornography, by asking for identification which they would then run through a facial identification database. BACKGROUND AND EVIDENCE: The Australian government … Continue reading

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Robust Verbs – best baker

Original: There is a huge problem in Vancouver with heroin addicts committing crimes to support their habits. The “free heroin for addicts” program is doing everything they can to stop the addicts. The problem is that there is a large … Continue reading

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Practice Op-Ed – best baker

The use of Facial Recognition is bringing us one step closer to being a surveillance state. Facial recognition systems are built on computer programs that analyze images of human faces for the purpose of identifying them. Unfortunately, it is possible … Continue reading

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