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The solution must provide the following functions (among others): - Anti-virus, anti-malware, - Denial of access to illegal sites (and exception handling authentication with AD) - User identification for traceability information, - An optimization cache - Management of multimedia streams.
It also made references to denial of access in conflict areas to humanitarian workers in different parts of the world, including Pakistan.
The prisoners demand an end to Israel's practice of administrative detention, under which 322 Palestinians are currently detained; a repeal of a series of punitive measures taken against Palestinian prisoners following the capture of Israeli soldier Gilad Shalit, including the denial of family visits for all Gaza prisoners since 2007 and denial of access to university education since June 2011.
Usmonov whilst detained, in particular the denial of access to a legal representative.
Where a case of wrongful denial of access is established, the defaulting officer or institution commits an offence and is liable on conviction to a fine of 500,000 naira ($3,200; 2,225 euros)," it adds.
However, if the state does not grant a waiver, that could result in a loss of state aid and denial of access to inter-library loans.
Gambari in his remarks to the Security Council blamed the government and the rebel groups for the denial of access to the affected population in Jebel Marra.
The reassessment means at least a temporary denial of access for Liam Holden, who claims water torture was used to extract a confession for the murder of a British soldier.