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  2. Online gambling - Wikipedia

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    Online bingo is the game of bingo (US|non-US) played on the Internet. Lotteries. Most lotteries are run by governments and are heavily protected from competition due to their ability to generate large taxable cash flows. The first online lotteries were run by private individuals or companies and licensed to operate by small countries.

  3. Trademark - Wikipedia

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    Usage. A trademark identifies the brand owner of a particular product or service. Trademarks can be used by others under licensing agreements; for example, Bullyland obtained a license to produce Smurf figurines; the Lego Group purchased a license from Lucasfilm to be allowed to launch Lego Star Wars; TT Toys Toys is a manufacturer of licensed ride-on replica cars for children.

  4. Educational technology - Wikipedia

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    Online college course enrollment has seen a 29% increase in enrollment with nearly one-third of all college students, or an estimated 6.7 million students are currently enrolled in online classes. [159] [160] In 2009, 44% of post-secondary students in the USA were taking some or all of their courses online, which was projected to rise to 81% by ...

  5. Incorporation (business) - Wikipedia

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    Some corporations choose not to have a descriptive element. In the name "Tiger Computers, Inc.", the word "Tiger" is the distinctive element; the word "Computers" is the descriptive element; and the "Inc." is the legal ending. The legal ending indicates that it is in fact a legal corporation and not just a business registration or partnership.

  6. Affiliate marketing - Wikipedia

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    Other training resources used include online forums, weblogs, podcasts, video seminars, and specialty websites. Code of conduct. A code of conduct was released by affiliate networks Commission Junction/beFree and Performics in December 2002 to guide practices and adherence to ethical standards for online advertising. Sales tax vulnerability

  7. Linux - Wikipedia

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    A Linux-based system is a modular Unix-like operating system, deriving much of its basic design from principles established in Unix during the 1970s and 1980s. Such a system uses a monolithic kernel, the Linux kernel, which handles process control, networking, access to the peripherals, and file systems.

  8. Master's degree - Wikipedia

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    Probably the most important master's degree introduced in the 19th century was the Master of Science (MS in the US, MSc in the UK). At the University of Michigan this was introduced in two forms in 1858: "in course", first awarded in 1859, and "on examination", first awarded in 1862. The "in course" MS was last awarded in 1876.

  9. Virtual learning environment - Wikipedia

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    Interactive online whiteboard for live virtual classes; A VLE is normally not designed for a specific course or subject, but is capable of supporting multiple courses over the full range of the academic program, giving a consistent interface within the institution and—to some degree—with other institutions using the system.