Sara Ziff is a model, filmmaker and community organizer. She is the founder and director of the Model Alliance , a nonprofit labor group for models working in the American fashion industry. When I started modeling at 14, I was unprepared for the adult pressures I faced, like shoots with photographers who put me on the spot to take age-inappropriate photos. To this day there is no policy of informed consent for jobs involving nudity. In my early 20s, the apex of my runway career, hour days were routine for me, just as they were for my year-old peers. At the end of a season spent shuttling between New York, London, Milan and Paris, we were jet-lagged, sleep-deprived and malnourished.
New data uncovers the surprising predictability of Android lock patterns
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In this article it is reasoned that e-teens have different characteristics, attitudes, motivations and needs regarding new media use and appropriation. Consequently, teenagers have to be studied in a different context than any other group. We also argue that theories and models regarding uses, gratifications and appropriation of new media technologies are generalized and therefore cannot aptly be applied to the study of e-teens. Grounded in concepts from Uses and Gratifications, Model of Technology Acceptance, Technology Appropriation theories and a critical study of the developmental needs of e-teens, this study proposes a conceptual model that explains how e-teens use and appropriate new media technologies- the E-teen Model. Further, to test the model, the quantitative approach was used to select teens from age 13 to 19 in senior high schools in the Greater Accra region of Ghana to answer questions in relation to the predictions in the E-teen Model.
The large body of data has proven invaluable to whitehats and blackhats alike in identifying passwords that on their face may appear strong but can be cracked in a matter of seconds. The Tic-Tac-Toe-style patterns, it turns out, frequently adhere to their own sets of predictable rules and often possess only a fraction of the complexity they're capable of. The research is in its infancy since Android lock Patterns ALPs are so new and the number of collected real-world-patterns is comparatively miniscule. Still, the predictability suggests the patterns could one day be subject to the same sorts of intensive attacks that regularly visit passwords. She found that a large percentage of them—44 percent—started in the top left-most node of the screen.