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  • ...ther countries. This type of legislation has equivalents in the [[European Union]], and has impacts on [[transborder data flow]] of sensitive medical inform ...f kidnapped newborns that most hospitals use hard-to-remove identification tags, and have alarms if anyone tries to carry a baby out the door if not appro
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  • ...s being deliberated for a few other locations in the U.S. and also in many European countries. In most cases both now and in the past, the debate pits people i ...olves born between 1993 and 2001, 68 of them could trace their genetic heritage to this lone migrant wolf. Today, there are over one hundred individuals t
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  • ...isch, was working as a security researcher and system administrator at the European Institute for System Security (E.I.S.S.) at the University of Karlsruhe, Ge * The mechanism should conform to German and European data protection regulations, and not violate the secrecy of telecommunicati
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  • ...n Afghanistan at the time, but that it was to bin Laden's ideological advantage to have Azzam dead. Azzam, he felt, was the only man with the moral author ...r whatever Sunni territory in Iraq can be brought under its control. This stage must be prepared for during the struggle to expel the Americans, Zawahiri
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  • :Der Tag für Freiheit und für Brot bricht an! :Einst kommt der Tag, da gibts Vergeltung, kein Vergeben
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  • Maier (1970) shows that [[Taylorism]] attracted European intellectuals after 1900, by its demonstration that workers did not have to Ford's image transfixed Europeans, especially the Germans, arousing the "fear of some, the infatuation of ot
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