In addition to the time and data quota features, the new software also allows network administrators to set policies for websites using names
not numbers, including a "wildcard" ability to conveniently cover multiple domains with one policy.
In CMN, we believe that the market is ready for the communications revolution we bring, and that soon we will see how people stop using number and start using names
," said Yair Gelfer, CEO of CallMyName.
In turn, People's Assembly member Mohammad Saffouk al-Nassif al-Naiimi rejected reports on some internet sites that slander the name of al-Naiim tribe by using names
of its members, saying that the people of Syria live in a state of national unity under the leadership of President al-Assad.
There have been some a t t e m p t s t o r e o p e n Woolworths shops by the ex-staff, using names
like Wellworths andWeeW.
On top of that, Nikai's camp is reportedly suspected to have received money from the Nishimatsu side via bank ATMs using names
of Nishimatsu employees in violation of a political donations law.
However, if you definitely know the person and his name still escapes you, simply speak in general terms without using names
Other pages were also breached by the group, which includes hackers using names
including 'kerem125', 'Gsy' and 'M0sted', during what they described as a cyberprotest.
Instead of using names
like Porsche, Ferrari or Jaguar they are known according to their colours and scents, which include Blueberry Frost, Bling 'n' Blush, Silver Shine and Orange Crush.
Shell companies using names
similar to famous trademarks, including those from Europe, are registered in Hong Kong, selling products similar to western brands in mainland China.
They team had worked with 80 primary school children in the city, putting them into family groups, using names
of city people from the time.
By using names
of fruit instead of traditional commands like sit or heel, he hopes to prove dogs respond to tone of voice not words
Having tried for several years to get various government agencies focused on threats from al-Qaeda, he wrote: "I was stunned, not that the attack was al Qaeda but that there were al Qaeda operatives aboard using names
that the FBI knew were al Qaeda.