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In Talmudic times the practice was to dip bread in salt to give it some flavor.

Jewish law states that for "clean bread" (and ours surely qualifies) this is not required.

(2007) is the founder of the academic discipline Cyber Criminology and he coined and defined Cyber Criminology as the study of causation of crimes that occur in the cyberspace and its impact in the physical space.

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is a street and neighborhood in the southern portion of the New York City borough of Manhattan.

The street runs from Chatham Square at Park Row, Worth Street, and Mott Street in the south to Cooper Square at 4th Street in the north, while the neighborhood's boundaries are roughly East 4th Street and the East Village to the north; Canal Street and Chinatown to the south; Allen Street and the Lower East Side to the east; and Little Italy to the west.

The IJCC will be a nodal centre to develop and disseminate the knowledge of cyber crimes to the academic and lay world.

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Even so, salt should always be on a Jewish table, and there is a Kabbalistic custom to dip the bread in salt 3 times at the start of every meal.

(Many are particular to do this on Shabbat.) The reason for this custom is because the table that we eat on is compared to the Altar that once stood in the Holy Temple. Just as all offerings on the Altar were salted, the bread that we eat is salted, too.

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