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According to The Verge, it is unclear why the Internet giant has decided to restrict access to its services, however, under CEO Marissa Mayer, it could be part of her strategy to revive the once popular service.
Since the beginning of 2012, a record number of states (more than 40) have introduced legislation to restrict access to reproductive health care, including North Dakota's unconstitutional bans on abortions after 6 weeks of pregnancy, and Arkansas' ban on abortions after 12 weeks.
In addition, where we have launched YouTube locally and we are notified that a video is illegal in that country, we will restrict access to it after a thorough review.
However, the decision to restrict access to cash machines has major implications for banking services and appears to target those who are most at risk of financial exclusion.
The initial decision to restrict access to rosiglitazone was made on Sept.
Most adult social network users are privacy conscious; 60% of adult social network users restrict access to their profiles so that only their friends can see it, and 58% of adult social network users restrict access to certain content within their profile.
The Commission found that the merged company's ability to restrict access to digital maps for other portable navigation device manufacturers would be limited by the presence of an upstream competitor, Navteq.
An amendment to the appropriation bill for the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives Enforcement would restrict access to "bona fide criminal investigations.
Scale Monitoring Module reports are controlled from within PC Scale's security settings, so management can grant or restrict access.
XLHealth's programs do not restrict access to physicians and provide additional supportive services.
I WAS shocked to hear that the National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence (Nice) has rejected the views of thousands of people by failing to reconsider its proposal to restrict access to Alzheimer's drug treatments (The Journal, October 12).
Even as Golden and thousands of Southern California senior citizens face the dilemma, a new congressional study released Thursday said the plans often offer misleading information and routinely restrict access to drugs they promise to provide.