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The availability of intense microbeam macromolecular crystallography beamlines at third-generation synchrotron sources has enabled data collection and structure solution from microcrystals of <10 µm in size. The increased likelihood of severe radiation damage where microcrystals or particularly sensitive crystals are used forces crystallographers to acquire(More)
Providing an e-Commerce system that brings on-line shopping closer to the actual experience that people have in a real life environment would bring the system closer to the concept of 'e-communities'. In privacy-preserved communities, the system adheres to basic user protection and privacy principles along existing legal norms. This paper discusses a(More)
Although e-Commerce systems have progressed over the past few years, they lack important aspects such as building long-term and profitable relationships with customers and facilitating an environment that encourages buyers to buy more. The actual execution of e-Commerce today is too different from its real-life counterpart, and for the most part it's a "(More)
Some people go online to share music – to explore the limits of their imaginations, to discover songs from various musical genres and to feel the beat of previous generations. In the U.S., sharing music across some peer-to-peer (P2P) networks is illegal. 4 In Canada, it is not. Not yet. 5 Some people go online to construct nyms – to engage in a social(More)
  • Alex Cameron
  • 2004
This paper outlines some basic characteristics of digital rights management (DRM) systems, as well as the ways that DRM systems can threaten user privacy. The author asserts that consent-based privacy laws are alone insufficient to address privacy threats posed by DRM. The author suggests that privacy norms can be infused in DRM design and implementation(More)
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