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  FTC POLICY STATEMENT ON DECEPTION
False, misleading and deceptive advertising claims beamed at children tend to exploit unfairly a consumer group unqualified by age or experience to anticipate or appreciate the possibility that representations may he exaggerated or untrue.
Whether the ill-effects of deceptive nondisclosure can be cured by a disclosure requirement limited to labeling, or whether a further requirement of disclosure in advertising should be imposed, is essentially a question of remedy.
Deceptive practices injure both competitors and consumers because consumers who preferred the competitor's product are wrongly diverted.
www.ftc.gov /bcp/policystmt/ad-decept.htm   (6060 words)

  
  Deception - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Deception (or mystification) is to intentionally distort the truth in order to mislead others.
Deception is involved in propaganda and game theory (to deceive the opponents).
Camouflage as a form of visual deception is an essential part of modern military tactics.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Deception   (478 words)

  
 Deception Detection: Science News Online, July 31, 2004
The researchers are examining whether several behaviors that have emerged as deception signals in lab tests are associated with real-life, high-stake lies.
I just read "Deception Detection" and I must say that I am surprised that no one used high-limit poker players to analyze if a person is bluffing.
Discerning lies from truths: Behavioral cues to deception and the indirect pathway of intuition.
www.sciencenews.org /articles/20040731/bob8.asp   (2282 words)

  
 deception
Deception (an "opaque" practice) would seem to be an exception, impediment or outright challenege to the ideology of generalized transparency, which is suspicious of the motives behind any and all uses of masks, disguises, trickery, et al.
Deceptive is a generic and vague word; all forms of uncertain signs and appearance are deceptive: fallacious denotes duplicity, deceit, studied imposture; sophistic speech, asseveration or reasoning is fallacious.
Deception or, rather, the suspicion of deception, is a good explanation for the fact that there are so many government and military authorities visiting this website.
www.notbored.org /deception.html   (1302 words)

  
 The Face in Lying and Deception - How To Be a Lie Detector
Deception is ubiquitous among higher organisms, but one usually thinks of an intention to falsify, hide, embellish, or otherwise alter the actual facts when abstracting the elements of human deception.
Deception among humans is not necessarily a bad thing, but is widely condemned when it hurts or has potential to harm people.
Given the ubiquity of deception, and the possibilities of high stakes losses if one is fooled, it is not surprising that efforts to uncover deceit are also prodigious.
face-and-emotion.com /dataface/facets/deception.jsp   (1019 words)

  
 Deceptive Tactics for Defense of Information Systems: Lessons from Conventional Warfare   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-16)
For instance in the well-known World War II deception operation, 'Operation Mincemeat' (Montagu, 1954), false papers were put in a briefcase and attached to a corpse that was dumped off the coast of Spain.
Principle 3 says that deceptions in advance of operations are likely counterproductive because they warn the enemy of the methods of subsequent attack, and surprise is important in cyberwar.
In general, offensive opportunities for deception are as frequent as defensive opportunities, in cyberspace as well as in conventional warfare, but appropriate methods differ.
www.cs.nps.navy.mil /people/faculty/rowe/mildec.htm   (5000 words)

  
 Floridian: Deception and duct tape
Deception, of Jacksonville is presented with the Miss Mardi Gras crown by former winner Stephanie Shippae of Tampa at the end of the pageant.
Deception, dressing at the far end of the room, listens to the banter of other contestants.
Deception says she is comfortable being a girl.
www.sptimes.com /2004/02/24/Floridian/Deception_and_duct_ta.shtml   (940 words)

  
 Soviet Operational Deception: the Red Cloak
For example, in the smoke support portion of the deception plan for an assault crossing on the Dnieper in October 1943, smoke generation for the 65th Army was carefully planned and successfully executed simultaneously in thirteen sectors across thirty kilometers of the army front.
In planning the deception activities that were to be seen by or hidden from German reconnaissance, the Soviets understood well what actions German intelligence had to notice and that these actions had to be executed convincingly and smoothly if the false operations were to be believed by the Germans.
In 1945, Red Army operational deception was marked by plausibility, greater scope, diversity of methods and forms, and the participation of the staffs of the various branches of troops at all levels.
www-cgsc.army.mil /carl/resources/csi/Armstrong/ARMSTRONG.asp   (11634 words)

  
 A Note on the Role of Deception in Information Protection
While this is a simple first step to a larger deception, we return to the underlying issue that convincing deceptions of this sort are complicated things to generate and rely on an overall strategic vision for their utility against strong adversaries.
A simplistic view of deception for the purposes of analysis is that out of a few thousand widely known vulnerabilities in modern information systems, most current systems are only vulnerable to a small percentage of them, if only because most modern system don't use most of the capabilities of their systems for useful applications.
They independently schedule deceptions to increase and replace non-critical functions as detected attacks increase, decrease deceptions and enhance non-critical functions as attacks decrease, and pseudo-randomly insert and alter deceptions during times of low-level activity so as to make it impossible for even the expert insider who set up deception to be certain of going undetected.
all.net /journal/deception/deception.html   (12339 words)

  
 GameSpy: Mortal Kombat: Deception Review
The games were over the top in presentation, rich in mythology (however hamfisted and convoluted), and wrapped in myriad secrets that had players talking and thinking about them long after they'd last stuck quarters in their slots.
Mortal Kombat: Deception is the latest of the "new generation" of MK games, and just like its predecessor, it's built around all the things that made the series so memorable in the first place.
Deception, rather, relies on "dial-a-combos," whose envelopes for execution are rather short and precise.
xbox.gamespy.com /xbox/mortal-kombat-deception/554373p1.html   (558 words)

  
 Mortal Kombat: Deception Impressions - PlayStation 2 News at GameSpot   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-16)
Following our first look at the trailer for Mortal Kombat: Deception, we were able to get a rundown of what the game is going to offer from none other than Ed Boon, cocreator of the bloody juggernaut series, at Midway's gamers' day.
Deception's final roster of characters is still being kept a secret, but we sussed out a number of them from the trailer, such as Baraka, Scorpion, Sub-Zero, Ermac, Mileena, and Nightwolf.
The ugly is shown with red squares that clue you in to death traps, an evil, new addition to the MK franchise's meaty selection of ways you can bring instant, and gruesome, death to your foe.
www.gamespot.com /ps2/action/mortalkombatdeception/preview_6091832.html   (1336 words)

  
 Deception   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-16)
Deception is tricking your opponent into action or reaction by creating an illusion of attack.
Deception may be used to make your opponent react in a specific way so you may counter attack or it may be used to slow your opponent's reaction to give you an opportunity to score with your attack.
This type of deception is used mostly in street situations.
tkdtutor.com /06Theory/Techniques/Deception.htm   (594 words)

  
 Pastel: deception in the Invasion of Japan
The operational deception storythe fictitious airborne strikes at the Kyushu interior-was to be conveyed by placing large numbers of gliders on Okinawa airstrips, by establishing a false airborne corps and division headquarters on Okinawa, and by dropping supplies as if for airborne troops the nights before and after the first day of Olympic.
Naval deception operations were to include simulated submarine-launched commando raids on the southeast coast of Korea and radio deception measures by submarine in the vicinity of Pusan between 1 December 1945 and 1 March 1946.
The deception plans for Olympic and Coronet were comprehensive, involving the coordination of multiple theaters and deception practice at both the strategic and operational levels of war.
www-cgsc.army.mil /carl/resources/csi/huber2/huber2.asp   (12017 words)

  
 Deception Island - Steamed Ice and Frosted Lava.
A picture of concentration, KK, flanked by his officers at the radar and depth-sounder, threaded the Vavilov through the eye of the needle that is Neptune's Bellows, a narrow chink in the encircling cliffs that form a natural bowl for the port.
Deception Island is a dormant volcano with its peak imploded, forming a caldera that is now flooded by seawater that enters via Neptune's Bellows.
Deception Island is still popular with Governments who seek to maintain a presence in the Antarctic with several modest bases still sporadically occupied on the relatively safer western shore of Port Foster.
www.monolith.com.au /Deception_Island   (718 words)

  
 Scientific American Mind: Natural-Born Liars -- Why do we lie, and why are we so good at it? Because it works   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-16)
Deception runs like a red thread throughout all of human history.
And yet research on deception is almost always focused on lying in the narrowest sense-literally saying things that aren't true.
We engage in myriad forms of nonverbal deception, too: we use makeup, hairpieces, cosmetic surgery, clothing and other forms of adornment to disguise our true appearance, and we apply artificial fragrances to misrepresent our body odors.
www.sciammind.com /article.cfm?articleID=0007B7A0-49D6-128A-89D683414B7F0000   (762 words)

  
 Review: Perspectives on Self-Deception
An analysis of self-deception should be constrained by the data, as given by a rich range of intuitively acceptable examples and, for that matter, by a rich range of unacceptable ones (self-deception is distinct from such other psychological phenomena as belief perseverance, dogmatism, wishful thinking, denial, and repression).
And insofar as the meaning of “self-deception” is a function of the meanings of “self” and of “deception,” an analysis cannot be oblivious to the meanings of the words making up the phrase.
It is true only because we wouldn’t describe as deception a case in which these justification conditions were not met, and it obscures the fact that there could be the same discrepancy between the deceiver’s expressed attitude and his real attitude even when these conditions are not met.
userwww.sfsu.edu /~kbach/SDreview.htm   (5404 words)

  
 The truth about lying: Course explores history of deception
All told, it was a fairly convincing act of deception.
In the late 16th and early 17th centuries, Jesuits could rely on two forms of deception -- mental reservation and equivocation -- to worm around "outright" lying while also guarding against the prospect of being found out and executed during undercover missions in England.
Mental reservation involves a false statement that is spoken aloud, followed by a phrase or sentence that is thought -- but not spoken -- and makes what was previously said true.
news-service.stanford.edu /news/2003/april23/deception-423.html   (972 words)

  
 Reviews of DECEPTION by Amanda Quick (Jayne Ann Krentz)
When she's not rearing or disciplining her mischievous nephews, Olympia is indulging in her life's passion: the research and discovery of ancient legends and treasure.
Attraction flares between them, and Jared promptly throws all thought of buried treasure out the window and does the first impractical thing of his life: he pretends he is the new tutor for Olympia's three nephews and installs himself in her chaotic household.
In most romances such a deception on the part of the hero would lead to a big scene in which the heroine finds out The Terrible Truth and thereafter refuses to trust him for at least fifty pages.
www.amandaquick.com /reviews/deception.html   (573 words)

  
 Conversion To Christianity: A Missionary Deception
In this document, we will be concerned with the deceptive tactics and exploitation used by the Christian missionaries when it came to preaching the 'gospel' to Muslims or the indigenous people.
The deceptive tactics of the missionaries include misquoting of the Islamic sources, building churches that look similar to mosques, doing Christian ceremonies on Fridays purposefully and not on Sundays, and use of natural disasters to forcefully convert poor and helpless.
In other words, the ideas of deception are in fact coming straight from the horse's mouth and then put into practice by his fellow-men.
www.islamic-awareness.org /Polemics/deception.html   (2479 words)

  
 Barnes & Noble.com - Deception - Denise Mina - Hardcover - First American Edition
In medical school when he met Susie, Lachlan gave up his day job to be a house husband and dream of being a writer after the birth of their daughter, Margie, now a toddler.
Deception (and self-deception) abounds, including the inevitable dalliance between Lachie and the au pair, Yeni, who shares her employer's primal hunger for sticky childhood candies.
He combs through his wife's letters and e-mails to discover the layers of her deceptions.
search.barnesandnoble.com /booksearch/isbninquiry.asp?userid=9C5C53hBBh&isbn=0316735922   (1341 words)

  
 deceive   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-16)
The quest is fueled by popular and scientific observations that deceit often is accompanied by unconscious signals revealing anxiety, stress, or shame while lying.
In the broadest sense of the term, "deception" is rife in the animal kingdom.
In this instance, we expected that the hand-shrug emblem was occurring as a nonverbal slip of the tongue, with little awareness on the part of the subject, and that it was a deception cue" (Ekman and Friesen 1972:367).
members.aol.com /nonverbal3/deceive.htm   (897 words)

  
 Books Resume
Deception is viewed as a negative term in society.
In this novel, deception is a significant part of the story.
She has molded deception into an art form in which she is the Michaelangelo or the Picaso.
www.angelfire.com /fl/christianx/deception.html   (854 words)

  
 Home - Truth About Deception
Unfortunately, deception comes in handy when people want to limit their partner's choices and influence their partner's behavior, which happens more often than people would like to acknowledge.
When deception is uncovered, even finding out the truth about a small, white lie can lead to problems such as increased suspicion and doubt.
It’s not so much that coming to terms with deception will solve all of the problems that people are going to encounter, but it will certainty help to reduce the stress, anxiety, and uncertainty that occurs when deception comes to light.
www.truthaboutdeception.com   (1104 words)

  
 Deception Point » The Plot » Official Website of Dan Brown
When a new NASA satellite spots evidence of an astonishingly rare object buried deep in the Arctic ice, the floundering space agency proclaims a much-needed victory… a victory that has profound implications for U.S. space policy and the impending presidential election.
But before Rachel can contact the President, she and Michael are attacked by a deadly task force…a private team of assassins controlled by a mysterious powerbroker who will stop at nothing to hide the truth.
Fleeing for their lives in an environment as desolate as it is lethal, they possess only one hope for survival: to find out who is behind this masterful ploy.
www.danbrown.com /novels/deception_point/plot.html   (276 words)

  
 Mortal Kombat: Deception First Look - Xbox News at GameSpot
Mortal Kombat: Deception is the recently announced sixth installment in Midway's Mortal Kombat series.
This long-running franchise is arguably one of the most pivotal entries in the fighting genre because of its mature content and heavy use of blood.
From the looks of the trailer for Mortal Kombat: Deception, the franchise will be maintaining the momentum started with Deadly Alliance and will offer plenty to look forward to.
www.gamespot.com /xbox/action/mortalkombatdeception/preview_6090121.html   (1382 words)

  
 End Times Bible Prophecy - Avoiding the Great Deception   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-16)
Woven throughout these kinds of deceit is a fundamental deception that preys on the elect's desire to see things happen in a predictable, visible way (signs and miracles), not willing to wait for God's perfect timing, and ignoring explicit warnings to the contrary.
Her deception was then compounded when Adam saw that she did not die and assumed that God's warning must not be valid because the results that he was expecting did not occur.
God always warns his people when they are about to be tempted, but too often they ignore the warnings and instead seek to have things happen to suit their own interpretation of his express will.
members.aol.com /ClayWatts/enddecep.htm   (4963 words)

  
 Deception ToolKit
Our mission is to discuss issues surrounding deception and the deception toolkit from the definition of what it is to how to do it and everywhere between.
In the case of DTK, the deception is intended to make it appear to attackers as if the system running DTK has a large number of widely known vulnerabilities.
This deception is port 365 - which we have staked a claim for as the deception port.
all.net /dtk/dtk.html   (763 words)

  
 By Way of Deception
A policy of systematic deception is tantamount to a policy of war.
But if, because he always follows a policy of deception, he declares that he is not at war with us and only has our best interests at heart, we may have difficulty in deciding whether the injury he causes us is deliberate or inadvertent.
The Jewish role in the non-Jewish world and the Jewish motivation for the policies pursued by the Jewish community would be much easier to perceive if the Jews acted in a more consistent and straightforward way: if they spoke with a single voice and spoke truly, saying what really was on their minds.
www.stormfront.org /jewish/deception.html   (4682 words)

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