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#1 Consider two of the suggested modifications to the proposed classroom guidelines for etiquette.
1. Students should be allowed to eat in class, as long as they eat quietly.
2. Students should be allowed to use electronic devices in class, as long as they are on vibrate or silent.
Select one of the recommendations above and provide your comments (between 75 -90 words) about the recommendation. Give a response from the perspective of at least two different people/cases. Try to use words such as benefit, harm, right, obligation, or duty in your discussion. Feel free to include any question that arises from your discussion.
Milestones/Developments in technology
Consider one of the following technologies presented in the following links.
- Mechanical television (http://www.google.com/doodles/90th-anniversary-of-the-first-demonstration-of-television)
- Automated teller machine(https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Automated_teller_machine)
For one of the technologies, provide the following responses
1) Is this technology prevalent today?
2) Positive benefits from the use of the technology
3) Consequences of the use of that technology.
Try to use words such as benefit, harm, right, obligation, or duty in your discussion. Feel free to include any question that arises from your discussion.
Your total response should be at least 150 words at most 200 words.
Intellectual Property Protections
Complete any THREE of the following in a word processed file and upload to eLearn.
1. Find a movie, book, computer and/or game software, etc. and look for an example of a copyright (or trademark) notice. Paste a copy of the copyright notice in this file. Include a brief description of the item including title, author/artist/producer, copyright, trademark, etc. in your response.
2. Find the author/song writer (not necessarily the performer) of a song. You might choose to use Billboard’s charts by genre website @ www.billboard.com/bbcom/charts/genre_index.jsp. Then go to the www.copyright.gov/records site to look up the author name in the copyright registration database. Paste a copy of the registration. Determine whether the author has other songs registered. If so, list some of the titles.
3. Find a common object and guess what intellectual property protections are in place. Find the owner’s or user’s manual. List and discuss some of the intellectual property protections and compare them to your initial guesses.
4. Consider that you have created a new piece of intellectual property. Without revealing any protected information, describe 1) the type of intellectual property, 2) what pieces might utilize someone else’s intellectual property, and 3) which intellectual property protection(s) you would like to have for any components of the intellectual property.