Trust on the Line

Author: Esther Keymolen

Publisher: Wolf Legal Publishers

ISBN:

Category:

Page: 286

View: 828

Governments, companies, and citizens all think trust is important. Especially today, in the networked era, where we make use of all sorts of e-services and increasingly interact and buy online, trust has become a necessary condition for society to thrive. But what do we mean when we talk about trust and how does the rise of the Internet transform the functioning of trust? This books starts off with a thorough conceptual analysis of trust, drawing on insights from -amongst othersphilosophy and sociology to sharpen our understanding of the topic. The book explains how the arrival of large systems - such as the internet - has changed the character of trust which today is no longer based on interpersonal interactions but has become completely mediated by technologies. Based on the layered building plan of the Internet itself, a new conceptual lens called 4 Cs is developed to analyse and understand trust in the networked era. The 4Cs refer to the 4 layers which all have to be taken into account to assess trust online, namely: context,code, codification, and curation. The 4cs bring together the firsthand experiences of the user (context), the sort of technology that is being used (code), the legal implication (codification) and business interests (curation) in order to get a clear picture of the trust issues that may arise. In the final part of the book some real-life cases are discussed (digital hotel keys, Airbnb, online personalization) to illustrate how trust - analysed through the 4 Cs lens - might flourish or be challenged in our current networked era.
Business & Economics

1041 Preparation and Planning Guide 2009

Author: Sidney Kess

Publisher: CCH

ISBN:

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 200

View: 490

CCH's 1041 Express Answers is the ideal quick-answer tool for busy tax practitioners who prepare fiduciary income tax returns. Updated annually, 1041 Express Answers is a spiral-bound resource that helps practitioners prepare Form 1041 tax returns quickly, easily and accurately -- with practical, plain-English guidance that clearly explains the rules and procedures that the preparer needs to know to correctly complete the required tax forms. It is designed specifically for busy tax practitioners who need a ready answer to questions that arise while actually preparing the return.
Psychology

The Truth About Trust

Author: David DeSteno

Publisher: Penguin

ISBN:

Category: Psychology

Page: 288

View: 276

“This one’s worth reading. Trust me.” —Daniel Gilbert, PhD, bestselling author of Stumbling on Happiness Issues of trust come attached to almost every human interaction, yet few people realize how powerfully their ability to determine trustworthiness predicts future success. David DeSteno’s cutting-edge research on reading trust cues with humanoid robots has already excited widespread media interest. In The Truth About Trust, the renowned psychologist shares his findings and debunks numerous popular beliefs, including Paul Zak’s theory that oxytocin is the “moral molecule.” From education and business to romance and dieting, DeSteno’s fascinating, paradigm-shifting book offers new insights and practical takeaways that will forever change how readers understand, communicate, and make decisions in every area of life.

Life on the Line

Author: Sandra Tork

Publisher: Sandra Tork

ISBN:

Category:

Page: 143

View: 861

Don't talk to strangers! We've all been taught this as children. Ominous times lie ahead for Andrea Taylor, when she finds out the hard way what can happen when chatting online with strangers! Her husband, William, is an Attorney and doesn't care for her virtual buddies. Andrea is frustrated with his working all the time, and chooses to defiantly ignore William's advice about meeting her online acquaintances. William gets heated when a man, his wife has met online, calls to let him know he is on his way to meet with her. Discover what William, and Andrea's brother John, an FBI agent have to do in order to try and save her! Andrea finds herself within grasp of a serial killer she has been chatting with and wishes more than ever she would have taken her husband's advice!
Business & Economics

A Century of Trust

Author: Rudrangshu Mukherjee

Publisher: Penguin UK

ISBN:

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 184

View: 942

Long before India dreamt of industrial self-reliance, Jamsetji Tata envisioned India’s biggest industrial enterprise—its first steel plant. Long before the industrialized nations instituted worker friendly policies, an Indian company instituted an eight-hour day for its workers. Long before the term Corporate Social Responsibility was coined, a company in India chose to give upto 14 per cent of its profits to charity. That Indian company was none other than Tata Steel. Established in 1907, the Tata Iron and Steel Company was born of the vision of Jamsetji Tata, an industrialist and patriot who foresaw India’s future as an industrialized power. Those who believed in his vision braved wild terrain, unimaginable danger and even risked their fortunes to build India’s first great steel works. From then to now, Tata Steel has traversed a long and uneven road encompassing exceptional success and near bankruptcy to emerge as India’s largest steel producer. It is now 100 years old and with its takeover of the Anglo-Dutch giant Corus, it has become the sixth-largest steel producer in the world. In this objective and well-researched biography, Rudrangshu Mukherjee brings to life the story of this remarkable company from its early days to its maturity, its struggle as also its triumphs, and its eventual transformation into a global giant. In the process, he chronicles critical aspects of India’s social and political history: the role of government in business, the restrictions on doing business in a planned economy and the role of business in society. He also provides insights into the remarkable social contributions of Tata Steel in the areas of labour welfare and legislation, education, health and the arts. This in-depth history, though told from a corporate viewpoint, is an inspiring narrative of how the dedication, ingenuity and hard work of many came to create India’s first great industrial enterprise. An absorbing and inspirational biography, A Century of Trust is a gripping account of patriotism, enterprise and dedication.
Indians of North America

Report on Trust Responsibilities and the Federal-Indian Relationship, Including Treaty Review, Task Force One ...

Author: United States. American Indian Policy Review Commission. Task Force One, Trust Responsibilities and the Federal-Indian Relationship, including Treaty Review

Publisher:

ISBN:

Category: Indians of North America

Page: 315

View: 369

Business & Economics

Federal Tax Compliance Guide 2008

Author: CCH Incorporated

Publisher: CCH

ISBN:

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 2224

View: 819

CCH's Federal Tax Compliance Manual (formerly published under title, "CCH Federal Tax Manual") is a comprehensive source for explanations, practical examples, filled-in tax return forms, key tax facts, federal tax tables and other information that will assist practitioners in accurately complete federal tax returns. This convenient and authoritative resource covers the preparation of tax returns and tax compliance -- providing helpful guidance on the basic federal tax rules and forms affecting individuals and businesses. The rules applied to everyday business and personal income tax decisions are thoroughly discussed with special emphasis on how these issues should be handled on the return.Among the topics covered are: - Individuals - Corporations - Pass-Through Entities - Income, Deductions and Credits - Tax Accounting Rules - Dividends, Interest, Rents and Royalties - Retirement Plans and Distributions - Depreciation - Sales and Exchanges - Gains and Losses - Decedents, Estates and Trusts - Exempt Organizations - Foreign Income - Estimated Tax and Withholding - Returns, Refunds and Credits - Estate, Gift and Generation-Skipping Transfer Taxes - Tax Planning
Social Science

Trust

Author: Marek Kohn

Publisher: OUP Oxford

ISBN:

Category: Social Science

Page: 160

View: 413

Trust - our belief in the truth or reliability of someone or something - lies at the very heart of our relationships, our society and our everyday lives. Much of the time we take it for granted. And yet trust, or the lack of it, is becoming an increasingly prominent issue in public life: politicians say they want to rebuild trust in politics; people look for new ways to trust each other in a world where relationships are easier to start and harder than ever to sustain; and we are no longer sure how much we trust experts on issues like the safety of food or medicine. This short but thought-provoking book reveals why scientists, social scientists, and philosophers no longer take trust for granted. Beginning with some fascinating biological puzzles about the origins of trust — how cooperation can evolve from 'selfish genes', and how language could have evolved when 'words are cheap' and we have such a capacity to deceive each other - Marek Kohn explores many different perspectives from the fields of science, sociology, economics, and politics, to draw out the wider implications for trust in human society today. The book ends on a personal note, concluding that our material prosperity is not matched by the quality of our lives and relationships, but that, if we understand what makes trust possible, and why it matters, then we will live better lives in a fast-moving, fast-changing, globalized society.
Business & Economics

Trust, Social Relations and Engagement

Author: D. Padua

Publisher: Springer

ISBN:

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 231

View: 330

Explains how all institutions have to turn their relationship with stakeholders into a 'social' one, which involves designing new Trust and Engagement strategies. A specific indication on how to build and measure value out of these strategies is offered by the innovative 'Value for Engagement Model'.
Juvenile Nonfiction

Math, Grade K

Author: Thomas Richards

Publisher: Carson-Dellosa Publishing

ISBN:

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 96

View: 981

Spectrum Math helps students apply essential math skills to everyday life! The lessons, perfect for students in kindergarten, strengthen math skills by focusing on same and different, adding and subtracting, shapes, writing numbers, patterns, and more! The variety of activities also helps extend problem-solving and analytical abilities. It features easy-to-understand directions, is aligned to national and state standards, and also includes a complete answer key. Today, more than ever, students need to be equipped with the essential skills they need for school achievement and for success on proficiency tests. The Spectrum series has been designed to prepare students with these skills and to enhance student achievement. Developed by experts in the field of education, each title in the Spectrum workbook series offers grade-appropriate instruction and reinforcement in an effective sequence for learning success. Perfect for use at home or in school, and a favorite of parents, homeschoolers, and teachers worldwide, Spectrum is the learning partner students need for complete achievement.
Poetry

Trust in Mind

Author: Mu Soeng

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN:

Category: Poetry

Page: 199

View: 379

Trust in Mind, the beloved poem that has again and again welcomed generations to the practice of Zen Buddhism, is often considered the first historical "Zen" document and remains an anchor of Zen Buddhist practice to this day. Here, scholar and commentator Mu Soeng explores the poem's importance and impact in three sections: The Dharma of Trust in Mind, The Tao of Trust in Mind, and The Chan of Trust in Mind. Finally, a brilliant line-by-line commentary brings the elements of this ancient work completely to life for the modern reader. Trust in Mind is the first book of its kind, looking at this very important Zen text from historical and cultural contexts, as well as from the practitioner's point of view.
History

Broken Trust

Author: Samuel P. King

Publisher: University of Hawaii Press

ISBN:

Category: History

Page: 324

View: 454

Princess Bernice Pauahi Bishop was the largest landowner and richest woman in the Hawaiian kingdom. Upon her death in 1884, she entrusted her property--"known as Bishop Estate--"to five trustees in order to create and maintain an institution that would benefit the children of Hawai'i: Kamehameha Schools. A century later, Bishop Estate controlled nearly one out of every nine acres in the state, a concentration of private land ownership rarely seen anywhere in the world. Then in August 1997 the unthinkable happened: Four revered kupuna (native Hawaiian elders) and a professor of trust-law publicly charged Bishop Estate trustees with gross incompetence and massive trust abuse. Entitled "Broken Trust," the statement provided devastating details of rigged appointments, violated trusts, cynical manipulation of the trust's beneficiaries, and the shameful involvement of many of Hawai'i's powerful. No one is better qualified to examine the events and personalities surrounding the scandal than two of the original "Broken Trust" authors.Their comprehensive account together with historical background, brings to light information that has never before been made public, including accounts of secret meetings and communications involving Supreme Court justices.
Law reports, digests, etc

United States Supreme Court Reports

Author: United States. Supreme Court

Publisher:

ISBN:

Category: Law reports, digests, etc

Page:

View: 684

First series, books 1-43, includes "Notes on U.S. reports" by Walter Malins Rose.
Self-Help

Trust on Trial

Author: Cecile Masse

Publisher: iUniverse

ISBN:

Category: Self-Help

Page: 108

View: 355

Have you ever felt betrayed by someone you trusted and unable to explain why? Have your work relationships eroded your self-confi dence? Do family relationships leave you not feeling safe or appreciated? Trust on Trial looks at the trust concept as it exists in American society today and assists the readers in defining what trust is and what factors make up the concept of trust. Readers are encouraged to defi ne for themselves what they mean by trust and what a trusting relationship looks like to them. This is not a how-to book but rather an in-depth look at the concept of trust, what characterizes it in our society and what it means to the readers as individuals. The goal of the book is to assist the reader in understanding the role that trust plays in their lives and to make good sound decisions concerning future trust relationships. Opportunities are provided in each individual chapter in this book for readers to refl ect on their own experiences in the different aspects of trust being discussed. A website has been established to provide an opportunity for readers to share some of their refl ections and any insights that they may have gained through this process.
Computers

Access Control, Security, and Trust

Author: Shiu-Kai Chin

Publisher: CRC Press

ISBN:

Category: Computers

Page: 351

View: 676

Developed from the authors’ courses at Syracuse University and the U.S. Air Force Research Laboratory, Access Control, Security, and Trust: A Logical Approach equips readers with an access control logic they can use to specify and verify their security designs. Throughout the text, the authors use a single access control logic based on a simple propositional modal logic. The first part of the book presents the syntax and semantics of access control logic, basic access control concepts, and an introduction to confidentiality and integrity policies. The second section covers access control in networks, delegation, protocols, and the use of cryptography. In the third section, the authors focus on hardware and virtual machines. The final part discusses confidentiality, integrity, and role-based access control. Taking a logical, rigorous approach to access control, this book shows how logic is a useful tool for analyzing security designs and spelling out the conditions upon which access control decisions depend. It is designed for computer engineers and computer scientists who are responsible for designing, implementing, and verifying secure computer and information systems.