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by elodierainville on September 30, 2016
In the article: ‘‘At What Age Should Drinking be Allowed?’’, written by Sydney Roche, the author explains why we should or shouldn’t lower the minimum age for drinking in the USA to 18. Choosing an age for legally drinking is an issue around the world. Each country has effectively not the same way of thinking. I agree with Sydney Roche, when she says that teenagers always try to transgress rules. One proof is that almost every teen in the USA has drunk alcohol before the age of 21.

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by julietteletourneau on September 30, 2016
Exploring the Link Between Alzheimer's and Sleep Apnea An article written by Royce Royce,

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by Shanel on September 30, 2016
The article "Sea World", written by Lauracohen4, talks about Sea World capturing a lot of animals and using them to entertain the public and get money from them. It explains how people started to realize that the areas of the Orcas weren’t good for their needs. In top of that, the Orcas are said to be harmless in the wild. However, they are to their instructor. Also, Sea World is telling us that Orcas can live 30 years old while in fact they can live 90 years old. Sea World said that it was their last generation of Orcas in the park.

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by midori.villemure on September 30, 2016
The Dove® Real Beauty Campaign, ethically portraying 'real beauty '? is written by Lilakins. It is a really good way for women of all ages to be proud of how they look. I saw a few commercials and the message they tell is really strong and can really convince a lot a people. As mentioned in the text, I also think there is a bit of hypocrisy when it is time to talk about the Axe Campaign. They really use the women as an object. I have a lot of question about this.

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by evemarieducharme on September 30, 2016
The article << Crohn’s disease; An Invisible illness >> written by CherryBlossom, I think, is very touching. At the beginning of high school, I suffered with irritable bowel, which is a (very) light form of Crohn’s disease. The fifth paragraph explains exactly what my life was like at that time. It warms my heart to be able to connect with someone who lived through the same thing as me when no one else understands. Invisible illnesses, especially painful ones, are as painful physically as they are psychologically.

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Reply to: Cyber Espionage
1 year 2 months ago

This article is about cyber espionage witch is becoming more and more frequent and serious in the United States. In the article, the author tells us about a particular case involving five Chinese individuals. In their hack of important American corporations, they stole many documents and emails. By doing so they wanted to show some unfair trades the United States had done with China. The authorities were not able to arrest the suspects since China and America do not have an extradition agreement. Their hope is that exposing the issue can help to take more precautions and make the nation more secure from cyber espionage. I think it’s important to be careful online especially because we live in a society in which technology and internet are very important. Also, I think companies and corporations should have their networks checked on a regular basis. It could help prevent security flaws and cyber espionage.

Do you think countries are doing enough to prevent cyber espionage?

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