Nombre de messages : 1286
Localisation : New-York
Date d'inscription : 26/12/2005
|Sujet: Pour Alexandre Ven 6 Aoû - 21:43|| |
Désolé pour le retard chaque jour de ma réponse. C'est qu'il y a un décalage horaire de 6 heures entre nos deux pays, à supposer que tu te localises en Europe. Il est maintenant 16h16 à New-York et 22h16 en France.
Pour ce qui est de la question posée par la personne qui cherche un méthode efficace pour apprendre ma langue, je dois remettre à plus tard une réponse vue la longueur de ton DM et une tâche que m'a imposé une autre personne nécessiteuse.
Globalization provides cheap good product and massive profit for few. Other have low pay job and poverty. Globalization society is based on shareholder. They get a massive profit and for this they try to reduce cost in every thing. The low pay job is a way to obtain low cost.
Globalization provides inexpensive products of quality and massive profits for the few. Others have low-paying jobs or are living in poverty. The globalized society is dependent on shareholders who realize extraordinary profits, for which reason manufacturers try to reduce personal costs in every area of production. Paying their employees low salaries is one way to achieve this goal.
Here central thesis or argument is that this event signaled the start ofa new economy based on the “war on terror”: Why doesn't this make sense?
It doesn’t make a sense as a war because you can’t fight a war against evil every where forever. You will loose. You cannot end.
A new economy based on the "war on terror" doesn't make sense because you can't fight a war against evil everywhere forever. It's an unwinnable war and one that will not end.
This economy is similar to the “dotcom” economy in the ..........(decade) ; “it makes a lot of sense”: what does it give investors?
This economy is similar to the “dotcom” economy in the 90 (decade).
This economy is similar the "dotcom" economy of the 90s. end. Every investory will win.. It’s a guarantee that this market won’t disappear and will keep growing.
This economy is looking for new ...................................... like .......................................
This economy is looking for new markets like China.
A huge amount of money has been spent in the name of................... ; how much has been spent, says Ms Klein?
A huge amount of money has been spent in the name of Olympic security. They spend 20 billions dollars in the name of security.
20 billion dollars have been spent in the name of security.
Human rights campaigners have been saying : 'let's get real'. Explain what is meant here..
All of these high tech toys are stayed here after the Olympic game and will be directed at the Chinese citizens. It means that these security toys have not been removed after Olympic game and now they are used for controlling Chinese people.
All of these high-tech toys have remained here since the conclusion of the Olympic games, and will be used to suveil Chinese citizens. This means that these security devices are now being used to control the Chinese people.
What is the counter-argument stated here in defense of these technologies sold to China?
[The US companies say that is a part of world wide market and it's for security to help to catch criminals.
US companies say that it is part of a worldwide market, and the security devices are needed to help catch criminals.
There was a debate following the Tien an Men massacre. Explain.
After Tien an man massacre a huge debate has been launch about to know if the US should sell technology tool at China because China could use for repression.
After the Tienanman massacre, there was a huge debate about whether the US should sell its surveillance techology to China to be used for repression.
Congress reacted by passing what law?
A sanction law past that prohibited to sell any police security or weapon tools to the Chinese state.
A law was passed sanctioning the sale of police security technology to the Chinese state.
The legislation is dated, she says. Explain the reason for this.
Because many new technologies was not here when the law is past. (Many are not on the list prohibited.) ?
Because many of these tools didn't exist when the law was passed.
She cites as an example of this what technology?
She cites example of fingerprinting technology that is allowed to be sold at China.
What list does she refer to? What technology is not on the list and why?
She refers to the list of prohibited technology to be sold at china. She says in 1990 the face recognition software was science fiction and explains why at this time it was not on the list
Companies are also doing what they can to........ (complete)
Companies are also doing what they can to keep out of this with the lobbying. ???
Write a resumé of this section, focusing on the argument in favour of implementing these technologies and those against, in which Ms Klein is a leading figure.
One side says the use of this technology depend on who are using it. The history of democracy proves the risk is not same as police state like China which showed in the past how it can be misused. The main argument is these tools are efficient for fight the crime. People don’t really notice the change with the cameras. They are hid for them. People never success to snoop us they say. Other side says this technology give incredible power of surveillance about people in only one decade. These technologies give the power to snoop on us. London has half a million of Cameras and is the city the most watch in the world. Shenzhen has 2 millions cameras and take the way of London. They say these technologies have not impact at all on the crime like robbery.
Some say the use of this technology depends on those who are using it. The history of democracy proves the risk is not the same in a police state like China where past events clearly demonstrate how it can be misused. The main argument is that these tools are efficient for fighting crime. People don’t really notice the change with the presence of the cameras. They are hidden from
them. People don't believe anyone is snooping on them. Others side say this
technology will have incredible surveillance capabilities within a decade. These technologies give governmental agencies the power to snoop on us. London has half a million cameras, and it is the most watched city in the world.
Shenzhen has two million cameras, and is way ahead of London. Some claim
these technologies have no impact at all on crimes like robbery.
Compare London, which is described in detail here, with Paris. You may wish to find information on various sites. If you do, state which sites you visited and what you learned.
Compare to London Paris is not again at this state. But there is ever 9500 CCTV cameras which operate in metro but only 330 cameras are used by the police to survey outside public area. A new plan want extend at 60 000 CCTV cameras in public place for 2010. (In 2008 we could ever count 340 000 camera in the capital.) ??? This year, the French president had decided to fellow the example of London. He said he was impressed by the efficient of British police and the support provided by camera network. This year, the French president has decided to follow London's example. He said he was impressed by the efficiency of the British police and the support provided by the camera networks. London and Paris haven't yet reached the extremes of China, but there are over 9500 CCTV cameras operating in subways. However, there are only 330 cameras used by the police to surveil outside public areas. The plan is to extend to 60 000 the number of CCTV cameras in public places by the end of 2010.
There is not contradiction between individual freedom and the security he said. Place de la Republique and Champs – Elyssé are the place where you can ever find many of these cameras. The same year a new plan was in direction of Gare du nord, a place where several gang battle. Champ the mars with Eiffel tower is a candidate place for cameras because it’s a crow place and many accident happen here. For the same reason the 18th arrondissement is also candidate because there is the Sacré Coeur.
He said there is no contradiction between individual freedom and security. You can always find many of these cameras on the Place de la République and the Champs Elysées. The same year, a new plan was in effect at the Gare du Nord, a place where several gangs have fought with each other. The Champ de Mars and the Eiffel Tower are also candidates for camera installation because they are crowded areas where many accidents happen. And then there is the 18th arrondissement which is home to the Sacré Coeur basilica.
In same way in the 19th arrondissement had seen a plan for cameras after a youth Jewish has been killed. The problems were the old camera had low resolution. This new system could be use in front of law. The French police also hoped to have a mini spy in sky drone.
There are plans in the works for the installation of cameras in the 19th arrondissement where a Jewish youth was killed. They will replace the older cameras which had poor resolution. This new system could be in use very soon. ???devant la loi??? The French police also hope to have a minispy drone in the sky.
Ouf !!! Il me faudrait bien le weekend pour me reposer.
Dernière édition par Doudou le Sam 7 Aoû - 18:40, édité 1 fois
Nombre de messages : 17
Date d'inscription : 02/08/2010
|Sujet: Re: Pour Alexandre Sam 7 Aoû - 16:45|| |
Merci encore Doudou! Tu as raison un week-end est nécessaire! En tout cas, j'apprécie beaucoup ton aide!
Salut de Touraine!