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This distinction between noncontent and content can be thought of as the difference between the envelope and the letter within the envelope.
Regression results on the human essay scores show that the generic task DWU measure is a strong predictor of human scores, second only to essay length among noncontent e-rater features.
Kerr does acknowledge that the difference between content and noncontent information can be difficult to determine.
To take this even further, that very interaction--or better yet, domination--has caused content to now intrude on the everyday facets of even what used to be noncontent functions.
Performing linguistic analysis on blogs is plagued by two additional problems: (1) the presence of spam blogs and spam comments and (2) extraneous noncontent including blog rolls, link rolls, advertisements, and sidebars.
Noncontent information includes records pertaining to a subscriber or
STREET, Richard L., (1982) "Evaluation of noncontent speech accommodation", Language & communication, vol.
This includes a host of noncontent specific knowledge and abilities as well as knowledge and abilities specific to an area of expertise.
It helps to explain why the Court distinguishes between incitement and mere advocacy; (31) "fighting words" and offensive speech; (32) content and noncontent regulation; (33) primary and secondary effects; (34) picketing and handbilling; (35) and regulation of commercial advertising designed to restrict deceptive marketing versus a total ban on truthful advertising.
For the Internet considered as an object of study from a noncontent perspective, see Hine (2000).
Cogar writes that there is often an expectation of privacy in the content of an e-mail, for example, but courts have ruled that there is "no legitimate expectation of privacy" for noncontent information--such as information given to the ISP to establish the account or a log of Web sites visited--and thus "this information is not protected by the Fourth Amendment."
The court held that While under certain circumstances, a person may have an expectation of privacy in content information, a person does not have an interest in the account information given to the ISP in order to establish the e-mail account, which is noncontent information.