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Information warfare in the 21st century: Ideas are sometimes stronger than bombs

...nables them to bridge the physical gap between them and their conventional fighting forces. Today, these organizations frequently hold an advantageous stance in this field," he points out. The study also shows that terrorist organizations have created built-in advantages in the information warfare. For e...

Information warfare in the 21st century: Ideas are sometimes stronger than bombs

...nables them to bridge the physical gap between them and their conventional fighting forces. Today, these organizations frequently hold an advantageous stance in this field," he points out. The study also shows that terrorist organizations have created built-in advantages in the information warfare. For e...

Information warfare in the 21st century: Ideas are sometimes stronger than bombs

...nables them to bridge the physical gap between them and their conventional fighting forces. Today, these organizations frequently hold an advantageous stance in this field," he points out. The study also shows that terrorist organizations have created built-in advantages in the information warfare. For e...

Dietitian Mary Lee Chin Comments on Proven Value and Safety of Food Biotechnology in New Online Video

...ng conclusions and recommendations. “My own professional organization – the American Dietetic Association – has come out with a stance that advocates food biotechnology and reinforces its safety,” explains Chin. “There are many other health professional organizations, suc...

Biovail Concerned Shareholders Want Open Debate

...o face with Bruce Brydon, who has 30 years experience." The Concerned Shareholders ask the incumbent Biovail Board and Mr. Wells to reconsider their stance and agree to the debate with Mr. Brydon. "If they do not, we urge shareholders to take note of what this says," said the spokesman. "Do they want a ...

Router Failure and Software Crash UW-Madison Network

...rge-scale test on the network and the software preformed well by helping to isolate the problem and increase efficiency. DoIT has taken a proactive stance to prevent future network outages. The department recently installed software that will allow systems administrators to contact other departments with...

Massachusetts stem-cell plan reflects status quo for Wisconsin research

... Massachusetts governor objects to therapeutic cloning, on the other hand, because he believes "creation for the purpose of destruction is wrong." His stance would outlaw processes being planned at Harvard University and other Bay State institutions. For example, Dr. Douglas Melton, co-founder of the Har...

Bill would require data keepers to notify consumers of info leaks

...ssociated Press report. Several hundred people were defrauded by the ring, AP noted. Fitzgerald noted that the bill is meant to take a proactive stance on an issue for which Wisconsin currently has no provision in law. "There are some other bills out there that really focus on the use of the stolen...

The Attack of the Clones: No, its not a summer movie

... be debating stem-cell research a year from now, Kestell told me. Kestells implied suggestion is that opponents of cloning would adopt a hands off stance toward human embryonic stem cell research if a comprehensive ban on cloning became law. Most UW officials are skeptical of such a trade-off. While ...

Pacific Cycle rides full speed into RFID

... Ed Matthews, chuckles about being SAP's first site to fully integrate RFID inventory tags into its systems. "Usually, we like to take a fast-follower stance with technology, but in this case it just made sense to jump in," Matthews said. Wal-Mart's insistence on RFID capabilities started the discussion ...

Doyle vetoes cloning ban

...inue to recruit and welcome the nation's best scientists, not treat them like criminals," Doyle added. Backers of the bill, however, reject Doyle's stance as overly alarmist. "A research institution of the quality and the size of the University of Wisconsin is not going away, and is not moving," said ...

How's the State of the State? It depends on what numbers are crunched

... defective products. One bill would have shielded manufacturers from lawsuits if plaintiffs could not pinpoint the exact maker of a harmful product, a stance a majority of legislators found reasonable. Wages in Wisconsin, while improving, continue to run behind the U.S. average. Twenty-five years ago, p...

State alters schedule for server consolidation

...chnology , expressed concern about the speed and the calendar of the project. Miszewski said they also expressed reservations about the negotiating stance the state found itself in with the Crowe Chizek Co., LLC , the Chicago-based consulting and accounting firm that had been advising DET on the server ...

First half of 2006 roundup: Big Pharma trumps biotech

...onslaught when patent exclusivity occurs. This is somewhat of a controlled decline. Market leader Pfizer has decided to take a much more aggressive stance against generic companies. It has created a new marketing arm and company to market its own generic products in advance of patent expiration with the ...

Donley resigns as WiCell director

...icense fees and payment on all embryonic stem cell research funded under Proposition 71, a ballot initiative approved by California voters. WARF's stance and the belief that its stem cell patents are overly broad led to a legal challenge to the patents by the California-based Foundation for Taxpayer an...

Obstructionists block network routing diversity

...tral Tandem has taken the matter to the Federal Communications Commission , arguing that Verizon Wireless not only is being anti-competitive, but its stance threatens the nation's homeland security. Neutral Tandem's executive vice president and co-founder, Ron Gavillet, conceived the alternative switchi...

WARF will ease stem cell licensing restrictions

... its position as a result of the legal challenge. John Simpson, stem cell project director for the FTCR, said WARF's action shows that its previous stance was detrimental to stem cell research, and he called on WARF to abandon its claims to what he called over-reaching patents. "I think this represents, ...

Getting beyond the vortex of corporate mediocrity

...h being overworked and under-recognized. I was just interviewed by someone writing an article for a Human Resources Journal that was surprised at my stance on not giving two-week's notice. She wanted to know how organizations could combat that, and I said that they could have mutual 30-day notice clauses ...

IRS ruling could speed healthcare technology adoption

...ence , a somewhat incredulous John Wade, the chair-elect of the Healthcare Information Management Systems Society , blasted a seemingly contradictory stance by the Internal Revenue Service on the subject of healthcare information technology. Wade noted the IRS had threatened to remove the tax-exempt s...
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