Analyzing “X-ray Tests both Security, Privacy”
In writing essays, it is important to know where your information comes from in order for your information to be considered relevant. When you are doing any type of writing especially academic it is necessary to know the source of your information as well as the author who has provided the information in order for you to reference your material as well as backup for the material you present. This is adequate because with proof and reference, your reader knows that he or she is not looking at material that is just made up rather, he or she is looking at material backup by research. It is also important to include the author if you or using his or her work within your writing. In the next few paragraph, I will analyze the essay called “X-ray Tests both Security, Privacy”, written by Thomas Frank on the issue of the use of X-rays. Thomas Frank talks about how scientists struggled for years to build a successful x-ray machine that can look through a person clothing to spot any hidden weapons such as guns and knives. Frank talks about how scientist wanted to produce an x-ray machine that would produce explicit images of passenger’s body.
“X-ray Tests both Security, Privacy”, is an essay that was written on December 27, 2006 by a correspondent for USA Today. This USA correspondent goes by the name of Thomas Frank as mentioned above. It is important to know when this essay was written in case there is a change in information or an update within the system that wasn’t mentioned with the essay in case you are using the information as a source. For example, if I was to write and academic paper and use information from another source other than myself, I would have to give that person the correct citation, but the respect for referencing their material. It is also important to know when the essay was written for reference purpose in case any information has to be cited.
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