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To prove that point, McAfee has set up a demonstration for its clients where they actually create malware that can be used to enslave computers.
Users open up the Microsoft friendly toolkit and within a few minutes have created a virus that can potentially enslave a computer.
The Dark Lord is now gathering his forces in another bid to enslave all of Middle-Earth, and is also searching for his lost ring, which he knows a hobbit possesses.
Tolkien's ring, like Gyges', corrupts, and enslaves, even as it offers its owner invisibility and the temptation of unlimited powers.
The handcuffs we intend to place around his wrists should evoke the shackles that enslave so many African women and children in Sudan.
Thus, the Spanish Crown enacted many laws to "protect" them, but in reality, they fared no better than the Black enslaved because the avaricious Spaniards always found reasons to enslave the indigenous populations to their detriment.
The evil Commander Borf has kidnapped Ace's girlfriend, the beautiful Kimberly, and is plotting to enslave the Earth using his dreaded "Infanto Ray", a weapon that changes everyone it blasts into a helpless baby.
He's not coming to enslave Denver, but he is going to put her to work in domestic service.
BEFORE PRESIDENT Bush reauthorized the Trafficking Victims Protection Act in January, Concerned Women for America President Janice Crouse warned that "within just blocks of the White House, pimps and trafficking mafias are promoting an industry that routinely enslaves thousands of women and girls every year.
By objectivization," Berdyaev goes on to say, "the subject enslaves itself and creates the realm of determinism.
Writing in the May/June Mother Jones, Jeffrey Klein manages to argue that nicotine enslaves its users and, at the same time, that Tobacco Inc.