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How can you tell if you’re a victim of electronic harassment targeted individuals

freedom of thoughts, beliefs, opinions and expressionsTargeted Individuals CanadaThe Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms is part of Canadian Constitution that protects its citizens from human rights violations. Posts Tagged ‘suicide’How can you tell if you’re a victim of electronic harassment Things you can do: Document everything! This will do two things. It will make…

Cognitive Domain Operations: The PLA’s new holistic concept for influence operations

Cognitive Domain Operations: The PLA’s New Holistic Concept for Influence OperationsPublication: China Brief Volume: 19 Issue: 16By: Nathan Beauchamp-MustafagaSeptember 6, 2019 04:51 PM Age: 2 years Image: An image published in December 2016 on the official Weibo account of the PLA Air Force. In an apparent effort to shape public perceptions in Taiwan, PRC media…

Corruption watch report 2021 R8

Unsurprisingly, complaints relating to metro/local police reveal that the most common form of corruption experienced is bribery (70%), followed by abuse of power (12%) and maladministration (5%). The trend appears to be that when officers spot a traffic violation, instead of following the letter of the law they regard such incidents as opportunities to make…

Deception detection

AbstractPrevious deception research on repeated interviews found that liars are not less consistent than truth tellers, presumably because liars use a “repeat strategy” to be consistent across interviews. The goal of this study was to design an interview procedure to overcome this strategy. Innocent participants (truth tellers) and guilty participants (liars) had to convince an…

Cooperation and coercion

Cooperation and coercionJenny AudringUniversity of Amsterdamj.audring@uva.nlGeert BooijLeiden UniversityG.E.Booij@hum.leidenuniv.nl Abstract: Coercion is a much-discussed topic in the linguistic literature. This article expandsthe usual range of cases at the most subtle and the most extreme end: it demonstrates howcoercion extends into semantic flexibility on the one hand and into idiomaticity on the other.After discussing a broad variety…

Report of the Special Rapporteur on torture and other cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment of punishment

A/HRC/43/49Advance Unedited Version Distr.: General14 February 2020Original: EnglishHuman Rights CouncilForty-third session24 February–20 March 2020Agenda item 3Promotion and protection of all human rights, civil,political, economic, social and cultural rights,including the right to developmentTorture and other cruel, inhuman or degradingtreatment of punishmentReport of the Special Rapporteur on torture and other cruel,inhuman or degrading treatment of punishment*SummaryIn the…

This UN report include a definition of “CYBERTORTURE” by the UN Special Rapporteur on torture

CYBER-TORTUREEU-COALLITION AGAINST CYBERTORTURECYBERTORTUREWe are a non profit EU-COALITION AGAINST CYBERTORTURE and Task Force established to create awareness and more of Cybernetic Technology and electronic abuse, such as the illegal data collection and manipulation of humans via brain – machine – interfaces. Coined “Cybertorture” by the UN Special Rapporteur on Torture. How do we protect people…

Mental control and visual illusions: toward explaining race-biased weapon misidentifications

B. Keith Payne,a,* Yujiro Shimizu,b and Larry L. Jacobyba Department of Psychology, The Ohio State University, Columbus, OH 43210, USA b Washington University, USAReceived 28 July 2003; revised 2 May 2004Available online 5 June 2004AbstractPeople are biased to misidentify harmless objects as weapons when the objects are associated with African Americans (Payne,2001). Two studies examined…

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