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The US government has "strong concerns about any technology product that takes American data into the territory of an authoritarian state that permits its intelligence services to have unfettered access to that data or otherwise abuses that access," wrote CNN, quoting the DHS alert.
The APNS office bearers also firmly expressed their unqualified hope that during the tenure of a new government, the press and citizens of Pakistan would continue to strengthen their right to unfettered freedom of press, subject to reasonable restrictions as already specified in Article 19 of the constitution, and to an equally unfettered right of access to information as specified in Article 19A of the constitution of Pakistan.
The APNS office bearers firmly expressed their unqualified hope that during the tenure of a new government, the press and citizens of Pakistan would continue to strengthen their right to unfettered freedom of press, subject to reasonable restrictions as already specified in Article 19 of the constitution, and to an equally unfettered right of access to information as specified in Article 19A of the constitution of Pakistan.
WASHINGTON, JUNE 19 (KUNA) -- The US, Norway and the UK called on the Government of Sudan to allow "unfettered humanitarian access" amid ongoing clashes that have displaced nearly 9,000 people.
Speaking of marriage equality, the NHDP's recent unfettered joy at the NHGOP's decision to keep the clock turned back to before the U.S.
Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)- A senior UN official on Sunday called on the government of Myanmar to grant humanitarian workers sustained and unfettered access to all people affected by conflicts in the country.
Amid the Dengvaxia controversy, Senate President Aqulino 'Koko' Pimentel III now wants to remove the Secretary of Health's 'unfettered discretion' to choose the types of vaccines that may be included in the government's basic immunization program.
The MOS said that the democratic government firmly believed in the existence of unfettered media and the constitutional right of freedom of expression.
Under the deal, the Zambia Information and Communications Technology Authority (ZICTA) will work together with the Zambia Agency for Persons with Disabilities to ensure equal and unfettered access to ICT services by people with disabilities.
Mr Jones has argued that retaining "unfettered access" to the Single Market is vital for Welsh exporters and the strength of the economy.
BROADCASTER Jo Whiley says she likes to garden "unfettered" - by wearing just a bra and shorts.
CARWYN JONES will join other devolved leaders today in stressing the need for unfettered access to the European Single Market at a summit meeting with UK government ministers set to be dominated by Brexit.