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CS 150 - Digital Design

August 23, 2012

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CS H195: Ethics with Harvey

August 27, 2012

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Two threats to privacy: governments and businesses. Third (recent) one: -individual people with cameras on cell phones.

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CS H195: Ethics with Harvey

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September 17, 2012

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Lawsuit to get records about NSA's surveillance information.

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EE 221A: Linear System Theory

August 23, 2012

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