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NZNO's submission was praised by labour MP Darien Fenton, who particularly commended the section opposing disentitlement of those injured while committing an imprisonable offence.
This legislation, which makes possession of inappropriate images an imprisonable offence, clearly demonstrates that deploying the most effective tools is now an essential element of a successful IT security policy both for the perimeter and within the network.
The legislation which makes possession of inappropriate images an imprisonable offence, clearly demonstrates that deploying CensorNet is now an essential element of a successful IT security policy both for the perimeter and within the network.
53) More significantly, in mid 2006, a new law was introduced that made the passage and exploitation of humans an imprisonable offense in the UAE.
Rachel's parents say careless driving should be made an imprisonable offence.
BUT until we stop urging seven-year-olds to "get stuck in" and "get it forward", until we stop allowing our promising teenagers to think they have made it and don't need to worry about focusing on further development of their game, until we make it an imprisonable offence to refer to the Premier League as the best league in the world, and until we stop believing all the hype, disappointments like Wednesday's will be experienced on a regular basis.
Anyone arrested for an imprisonable offence can have a sample taken without their consent.
Theft is an imprisonable offence, and in some cases people have been sent to jail for stealing energy.
On Wednesday, the PM said: "It is now time that anybody who is convicted of an imprisonable offence and who is a foreign national is deported.
Debt, for example, has long ceased to be an imprisonable offence in the West, yet less than 100 years ago the way that the West dealt with developing nations that had borrowed too much was to send in the troopssuch as when a coalition of European powers bombarded Caracas as recently as 1902, or when the US took military action in the Caribbean even more recently.
Conduct resulting in denial of discharge included commission of imprisonable offenses and fraudulent concealment of financial record.