By Kevin Ever since the dawn of the Internet and of the information age, writers and visionaries have visualized the disruptive changes that such technologies would eventually have on our lives; they have imagined futures where we spend more of our lives online than offline, and where ubiquitous access to technology and connectivity would be a strong decentralizing force, placing power in the hands of the people.
As in the Scheiner system, speeds were expressed in 'degrees'. This revision also saw significant changes in the definition of film speeds in order to accommodate then-recent changes in the American ASA PH2.
Originally only meant for black-and-white negative film, the system was later extended and regrouped into nine parts, including DIN BSI[ edit ] This section needs expansion with: You can help by adding to it.
Edward Weston —a British-born electrical engineer, industrialist and founder of the US-based Weston Electrical Instrument Corporation with the Weston modelone of the earliest photo-electric exposure meters, in August The meter and film rating system were invented by William Nelson Goodwin, Jr.
Potts Medal for his contributions to engineering. The company tested and frequently published speed ratings for most films of the time. Weston film speed ratings could since be found on most Weston exposure meters and were sometimes referred to by film manufactures and third parties  in their exposure guidelines.
Since manufactures were sometimes creative about film speeds, the company went as far as to warn users about unauthorized uses of their film ratings in their "Weston film ratings" booklets.
Other models used the original Weston scale up until ca.
This conversion was not necessary on Weston meters manufactured and Weston film ratings published since due to their inherent use of the ASA system; however the changes of the ASA PH2.
General Electric[ edit ] Prior to the establishment of the ASA scale  and similar to Weston film speed ratings another manufacturer of photo-electric exposure meters, General Electricdeveloped its own rating system of so-called General Electric film values often abbreviated as G-E or GE around For some of the older meters with scales in "Film Speed" or "Film Value" e.
ASA[ edit ] Based on earlier research work by Loyd Ancile Jones — of Kodak and inspired by the systems of Weston film speed ratings  and General Electric film values the American Standards Association now named ANSI defined a new method to determine and specify film speeds of black-and-white negative films in Related standards ISO 6: The ISO system defines both an arithmetic and a logarithmic scale.This is the web site of the International DOI Foundation (IDF), a not-for-profit membership organization that is the governance and management body for the federation of Registration Agencies providing Digital Object Identifier (DOI) services and registration, and is the registration authority for the ISO standard (ISO ) for the DOI system.
The DOI system provides a technical and social. Ultimately, digital privacy is now moving into a new realm of debate: Are these concepts more accurately described as unassailable rights or legislated privileges?
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While government mandates tilt the privacy issue to one side or the other, consumers can’t wait for the hammer to fall before protecting their data. assignment 2: the value of digital privacy in an information technology age.
BY: JERMAINE WEST 1) 1) List and describe at least three (3) technologies that allow an individual to research citizens’ private data. No value can be put on the importance of digital privacy in today’s world of the Internet.
There are numerous technologies that allow individuals to research citizens’ private data. Websites such as Facebook, Intelius, and Spokeo allow for easy access to individuals’ personal information. Never before in the history of modern society has there been such a strong emphasis on capturing, analyzing, categorizing and using personal data that had been highly protected in the past for purposes of securing nations (Ottensmeyer, Heroux, ).
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