The “already public” excuse was used in 2008, when Harvard researchers released the first wave of their “Tastes, Ties and Time” dataset comprising four years’ worth of complete Facebook profile data harvested from the accounts of cohort of 1,700 college students.And it appeared again in 2010, when Pete Warden, a former Apple engineer, exploited a flaw in Facebook’s architecture to amass a database of names, fan pages, and lists of friends for 215 million public Facebook accounts, and announced plans to make his database of over 100 GB of user data publicly available for further academic research.
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Our roots stem from what our parents and family members taught us, our traditions, and our cultural heritage. As the president of this wonderful institution, it is a special privilege for me to be an even small part of your dreams, and I thank you for that opportunity. Our goal at Highlands is to assist you in every way we can to build upon your roots and make your dreams come true.
- Sumerian Records "The Sumerian word for female prostitute, kar.kid, occurs in the earliest lists of professions dating back to ca. Obviously, prostitution, while it is a very old profession, is not the oldest." Gerda Lerner, Ph D "The Origin of Prostitution in Ancient Mesopotamia," - The Code of Assura Assyrian law distinguished prostitutes from other women by dress in the Code of Assura. Veiled harlots and maidservants shall have their garments seized and 50 blows inflicted on them and bitumen [asphalt or tar like substance] poured on their heads." Internet Ancient History Sourcebook "The Code of the Assura," 1998 - Legal Brothels in China "According to Chinese tradition, commercial brothels were started in the seventh century B. by the stateman-philosopher Kuang Chung [b.710-d.645] as a means for increasing the state's income.
On the same list we find the following female occupations: lady doctor, scribe, barber, cook.
As you prepare yourself to achieve your dreams at Highlands, I do have some advice: On your first day of class, you’ll get some introductory information, but then it’s down to business.