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While a breach of database security and confidentiality can be harmful or embarrassing to the data collector, both the agency and the employee responsible for the breach can be found legally liable for a Privacy Act violation. This legal liability can include civil liability for the agency and criminal liability for an agency official. Civil liability for such a breach attaches when the agency has acted in a manner which was intentional or willful. The federal judiciary has interpreted this phrase to require a showing of fault somewhat greater than gross negligence. 48 Similarly, criminal liability, in the form of a misdemeanor, attaches for such a breach when an officer or employee of an agency, who by virtue of his employment or official position, has possession of, or access to, agency records [covered by the Privacy Act], and who knowing that disclosure of the specific material is so prohibited, willfully discloses the material in any manner to any person or agency not entitled to receive it . Likewise, criminal liability can attach when an officer or employee of any agency willfully maintains a system of records without meeting the notice requirements of [the Privacy Act]. 49 In implementing any biometric applications that fall under the Privacy Act, the agency must meet all of the Act s many requirements. Additional Safeguards The Computer Matching and Privacy Act of 1988 amended the Privacy Act by adding new provisions regulating federal agencies computer matching practices and placing requirements on the agencies. A computer match is done by using a computer program to search an agency s files for information associated with or indexed by a personal identifier, such as a name or SSN. The information thus obtained can then be compared with information in the databases of another federal agency. In this way, discrepancies and inconsistencies might be discovered that point to fraud in government benefits, for example. DOD participates in approximately 25 computer matching programs with various different government agencies. For example, DOD has a Debt Collection matching program in effect with the Department of Education. The purpose of this program is to identify and locate federal personnel who owe delinquent payments on certain programs administered by Education. For all of its matching programs, a government agency must meet the Computer Matching Act s requirements, which basically include entering into formal agreements with the exchanging agencies, verifying independently the accuracy of data received before any official action is taken, providing notice in the Federal Register prior to conducting or revising a computer matching program, and establishing a Data Integrity Board to monitor implementation and compliance with the Act.
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The Blend effect you built in the previous tutorial creates a fun composition, but to build on your knowledge to be able to create more complex blends it s a good idea to now examine what really went on, and what properties the objects on your page now have. A two-object blend includes several key components: the original objects become control objects; any changes made to either the star or the ellipse will change the blend itself. The effect portion called a blend group and the control objects maintain a relationship as long as the blend exists. Each of the interactive markers around a Blend effect corresponds to an option in the Property Bar. Figure 21-5 shows the various parts of a two-object blend.
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To help clarify how data moves between devices running TCP/IP, a model was developed that resembles the OSI Reference Model discussed in 2. Figure 6-1 compares the two models. As you can see, the two models are different. Where the OSI model has seven layers, the TCP/IP protocol stack only has four layers. Its application layer covers the application, presentation, and session layers of the OSI Reference Model, its network layer uses the term Internet to describe layer 3, and the network access layer includes both the data link and physical layers. The TCP/IP protocol stack The TCP/IP protocol stack actually doesn t has four layers: application, transport, define the components of the network access internet, and network access. layer in the TCP/IP standards, but it uses the term to refer to layer 2 and layer 1 functions.
Let s review the key concepts behind base. When a derived class specifies a base clause, it is calling the constructor of its immediate base class. Thus, base always refers to the base class immediately above the calling class. This is true even in a multileveled hierarchy. You pass arguments to the base constructor by specifying them as arguments to base. If no base clause is present, then the base class default constructor is called automatically.
using CounterNameSpace::lowerbound; // only lowerbound is visible lowerbound = 10; // OK because lowerbound is visible using namespace CounterNameSpace; // all members are visible upperbound = 100; // OK because all members are now visible
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start-up years. Those that did not climb often used extension ladders against the poles. Some innovative cable system technicians experimented with vehiclemounted ladders. In a short time, the hydraulic lift truck became available and soon became affordable and practical for cable television system use. As suburban areas grew and became more populated, underground utilities, including cable television systems, became more attractive. Many system operators felt their plant was safely underground and at ground level for easy maintenance. Smaller and more affordable trenching machines made such installation nancially viable. 2.231 Aerial construction methods have de nitely undergone evolutionary changes. From a labor-intensive manual operation to modern hydraulically operated lift trucks with hydraulically operated drills, saws, and hoists, present-day construction practices have drastically improved. Some old-timers remember climbing the poles and boring through a pole with a bit brace and ship s auger. Nowadays a person is lifted up the pole in an aerial basket. The pole is drilled in about a minute and the through-bolt washers and nut are installed in another minute, enabling many more poles to be framed in a day. Such ef ciency did not result in many cost reductions because of higher costs for equipment and more experienced operators, but a lot more plants could be built in a shorter time frame. Pole-line hardware also improved over the years and more attention was paid to the effects of dissimilar metals on corrosion. Therefore, better materials were introduced. Usage of corrosion-resistant materials such as a Monel metal, stainless steel, and a variety of plastics produced a more reliable cable plant. 2.232 Underground cable plant construction in both methods and materials has changed more than aerial plant. First, the method of placing the plant underground has certainly progressed from pick and shovel methodology. Opening a trench has changed from a backhoe machine to a chain-type trencher that opens a narrow trench, spilling the removed earth into a neat row along one side of the trench. Usually stones are manually removed and a layer of gravel is placed in the bottom of the trench. A trench of this variety can be used with direct burial cable. Often PVC-rigid conduit is placed in the trench with an installed pull-rope to facilitate pulling the communication cable through at some later time. Semi exible conduit is placed in the trench; some manufacturers provide the conduit with the cable already installed. Several conduits can often be placed in the same trench. Many trenchers also have an optional back ll
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