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“Surveillance extends beyond search because “[r] ather than targeting specific information, surveillance can ensnare a significant amount of data beyond any originally sought” (Solove 2008: 109).”
“Surveillance extends beyond search because â [r] ather than targeting specific information, surveillance can ensnare a significant amount of data beyond any originally soughtâ (Solove 2008: 109).”
“If the custodial accounts funded by the grandf ather appear likely to disqualify the students from financial aid, "we would recommend planning to try to minimize the impact of those accounts," says Deborah Fox, founder of Fox College Funding in San Diego.”
“[R] ather than trying to put emphasis on the follower count, [businesses] could try to increase audience responsiveness in their fields," she added.”
“Also polling numbers are scewed from all ather polls and CNN is inaccurate and do not seem to change.”
“Ricardo: but Paul Berman apparently has a scathing take-down of intellectuals who have largely either ignored Hirsi Ali or else belittled her or sneered ather”
“[R] ather I'm referring to the ten issues Jan (a Clinton SUPPORTER) identified, the ten issues you can find on Clinton's website.”
“In such a case, I would care far less about Hillary's votes in 2003 then I do the absolute necessity of a Hillary Clinton then I do her ability to get us out of Iraq sooner ather than later, steer us toward universal health care, and appoint a progressive Supreme Court Justice who wouldn't overturn Roe.”
“Having lost a father and a step-ather makes what we call a "complicated mourning" -- one trauma followed by another.”
“Talking to her he found that this girl was not interested in marrying a man. but her ather wanted her to marry as this will increase his business.”
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