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Clinical trials Agreement of parent(s) or guardian to the participation of a child or ward in research Medical communication A formal writ from an author and/or publisher allowing re-use of previously published information
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Integration Between Copyright Clearance Center's Rights Database and Sirsi's Resolver(TM) and Docutek ERes System Streamlines the Copyright Permissions Process for Content Reuse and e-Reserve Posting
Using traditional, static permissions or encryption is not the solution.
So it is impossible for an end user to truly understand if a colleague does in fact have permissions or not to the departmental content.
The 1,041,336 Android apps surveyed seek 235 permissions to access hardware (165) or a user's information (70), ranging from GPS information to contact information.
Once the database has been updated with the current information, users can run reports or query the database by creating filters that include or exclude members, permissions, files, or folders.
User's trustworthiness only describes to what degree the user is reliable, it does not tell us how valuable the permission is, some permissions are much more valuable than others, trust-based access control lacks the ability to quantify the value of permission, whereas risk-based access control mainly concerns the permission; the more valuable the permission is, the more risk exists in accessing the permission.
This new process allows applications which have not lapsed to be kept alive via a simplified application procedure that will now cover all eligible permissions, not just major developments.
Allowing unimplemented planning permissions to expire could have many unpleasant consequences.
And planning permissions were granted for 18,201 houses in the second quarter of 2007 and 15,014 in the second quarter of 2006, soaring by 21.
According to Executive Director Glenn Otis Brown, since Creative Commons made "flexible" copyright a viable option, in December 2002, more than five million individual works--images, texts, music, film--have been posted on the Web, with links to notice of the permissions given by their owners, in advance, to potential users of the works.
shtml; "Zip Through Permissions as Never Before--Over the Web
What had exasperated me most was acquiring permissions.