File1, 2, & 3 for clarivey:


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File1:

DATA SUBJECT-is the individual about whom information is
being processed, such as the patient at a medical facility,
the employee of a company or a retail store.

DATA CONTROLLER-is an organization that has the authority
to decide how and why personal information is to be processed.
This entity is the focus of most obligations under privacy and
data protection laws- it controls the use of personal information
by determining the purposes for it's use and the manner in which
it will be processed.

Technology can also provide robust privacy protection.
The rapid advancement of technology such as encryption provides
people with new and advanced means of protecting themselves.

File2:

Yo mama is so fat, I took a picture of her last Christmas
and it's still printing. Yo momma so fat when she got on the scale it
said, "I need your weight not your phone number."

I asked a Chinese girl her number. She said, "Sex! Sex! Sex!
Free sex tonight!" I said, "Wow!" Then her friend said , "She means 666-3629
Yo momma is so fat, that when she fell, no one was laughing but the
ground was cracking up."

Q:Why couldn't the blonde add 10 + 5 on the calculator?
A:She could not find the "10" button.

Q:What do computers eat for snacks?
A:Microchips!

The energizer bunny was arrested on a charge of battery.

Q: What is Forrest Gump's password?
A: 1forrest1

File3:

Yo momma is so hairy, when she went to Star Wars, everybody
screamed and said, "IT'S CHEWBACCA."

Yo momma so fat and old when God said, "Let there be light,"
he asked your mother to move out of the way.

Yo momma so ugly when she to join an ugly contest they said,
"Sorry no professionals."

Teacher:"Kids, what does the chicken give you?"
Student: "Meat!"
Teacher: "Very good! Now what does the pig give you?"
Student: "Bacon!"
Teacher: "Great! And what does the fat cow give you?"
Student: "Homework!"

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