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WHO | India - New regulations on depictions of tobacco products in films and on TV Access Home Alt+0 Content Alt+2 Search Navigation Home Convention Protocol Secretariat Treaty instruments Coordination platform Reporting Media centre Language عربي 中文 English Français Русский Español Menu Implementation and resources Resources Needs assessments Impact assessment Implementation workshops International cooperation UNIATF South-South and triangular cooperation Knowledge management FCTC 2030 Documents and publications India - New regulations on depictions of tobacco products in films and on TV NOVEMBER 2011 - Since 14 November 2011, the depiction of tobacco products in films and on television has been subject to new regulations. Anti-tobacco health spots or messages must now be shown during all films or programmes that depict tobacco products or their use. (...) The regulations also stipulate that tobacco product brands must not be shown and other forms of tobacco product placement are prohibited (in old films, such scenes shall be masked or blurred). Promotional material must not depict tobacco products or their use.
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Score: 1620727.6 - https://www.who.int/fctc/implementation/news/india__news/en/
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Pain in the abdomen or chest. Bleeding, spotting and water from the vagina. Eye problems such as double or blurred vision and swollen eyelids.
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Score: 1464108.1 - https://www.unicef.org/uganda/key-practice-antenatal-care
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It was suggested that scenes with the following feature may be explored and added if foind suitable: · fast random motion (for CIF and QCIF) · scene change with fading · scene with objects transition from blurred to non-blurred (verse versa) 1.2 Coding Conditions for Anchor: The exact conditions described in this document shall be used when encoding anchor material. (...) The software has support for both differences and is updated to do integration over the whole test range, deleting the "sweet spot" as decided in the meeting. The name of the software is avsnr4 and is to be found in the h26L directory on the ftp site ftp://ftp3.itu.int/video-site/H26L/avsnr4.zip 2 Display of sequences Longer sequences (10 sec where possible) should be provided for subjective viewing. (...) It was suggested that scenes with the following feature may be explored and added if found suitable: · fast random motion (for CIF and QCIF) · scene change with fading · scene with objects transition from blurred to non-blurred (verse versa) · What about SD progressive?
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Score: 1454235.5 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/av-a...-site/0510_Nic/VCEG-AA10d1.doc
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Committed to Connecting the World Overview  Finding more spectrum for wireless broadband  The evolution of spectrum licensing  Sharing: gaining more access to “less” spectrum  Technology enablers  Licensing experimentation  International and national exploration and implementation 2 Committed to Connecting the World Regulators under Pressure  ITU-R WP 5D generated an estimate of 1.34 GHz up to 1.96 GHz of total spectrum for IMT  Broadband’s “sweet spot” is under 6 GHz  AI 1.1 at WRC-15 is examining IMT & RLAN options Note: * Estimates Source: ITU World Telecommunication /ICT Indicators database Committed to Connecting the World Traditional Models of Spectrum Licensing  Administrative Licensing Typically for public sector or when there are not too many applicants for available spectrum  Flexible Rights of Use Commercial licenses, often by auction, and increasingly service/technology neutral and flexible  License-exempt Pioneered for RLANs (Wi-Fi), low-power & short range devices PRAGMATISM RULES! (...) Committed to Connecting the World Sharing Techniques  Frequency-based sharing Re-channelization & guard bands Spectrum trading, disaggregation, band managers (in limited numbers of countries) Re-farming  Time-based sharing Using duty cycles or night/day alternation  Geographic-based sharing Exclusion zones  Regulators use licensing to: Set technical requirements, limit interference Committed to Connecting the World Technology Sharing Enablers  Small cells (pico, femto, micro)  Smart Antenna systems -- MIMO  Database systems  Dynamic Spectrum Access (Sensing) Dynamic Frequency Selection (DFS)  Employed in limited bands Cognitive Radio Systems (CRS) –  Only in research stage  Technical barriers remain to any deployment Committed to Connecting the World Experiments in Licensing  Blurring lines between licensed and license-exempt  Operator data offloading  TV white spaces  Licensed shared access(LSA)  Satellite auxiliary terrestrial component (ATC) Many experiments involve hybrids of traditional licensing approaches 3 Committed to Connecting the World International & National Exploration  Studies in ITU-R Study Groups WP 5A (land mobile) – CRS reports WP 1B (spectrum management) – DSA report Preparation for WRC-15  TVWS trials Kenya, South Africa  Regulatory experimentation US, UK, Canada TVWS and DSA are not allocations; systems must comply with international rules and national regulations in the bands where they operate.
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Score: 1438827.8 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-D/C...SR14-Presentation_Spectrum.pdf
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Their boundaries are blurred. Good food- and nutrition-related policies must be mutually reinforcing. (...) The photos taken by my staff show the scooped out gouges, the sprawling bald spots in the forest where foreign mining and timber companies exploited the country’s natural resources during years of civil unrest and weak government oversight. (...) A high prevalence of population-wide obesity and overweight is not too difficult to spot. It is actually the warning signal that bad trouble is on its way in the form of more heart disease, more diabetes, and more cancers at multiple sites.
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Score: 1399443.9 - https://www.fao.org/fileadmin/...ts/doc/191114-WHO-Chan-rev.pdf
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Low vision can mean different things, including blurred sight, blind spots or low contrast sensitivity.
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Score: 1390798.8 - https://www.unv.org/node/30604/pdf
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Nomadic vendors Nomadic vendors have no designated selling spot, but rather move from place to place during the day according to the fluctuation of foot or vehicle traffic in an area. (...) Does this mean that there are blurred lines between illegal and legal vending, when a licensed vendor also trades in services or products that cannot be formalized? Do blurred lines then influence the word cloud on street vending that we illustrated earlier in this blog?
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Score: 1328422.5 - https://www.undp.org/zimbabwe/...-categorization-street-vending
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Just as personal computers blurred the lines between journalists and typesetters, 3D printing will make the roles of people who work in product development, retail services and manufacturing harder to distinguish. (...) For example, workers may need to specialize in learning about the different combinations of raw materials that you can use in a printer, or to know how to look at the electronic blueprints to spot defects. Just like the Industrial Revolution, 3D printing may destroy jobs, but it will also create new ones.
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Score: 1303758.3 - www.ilo.org/moscow/news...WCMS_246168/lang--en/index.htm
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The boundaries between personal and enterprise us‐ functions such as con iguration, performance, fault, secu‐ age of devices will blur. [...]” [17], which clearly shows rity, etc. (...) Finally,  Cloud services provided by Higher user mobility operators,  High Speed Train, there is(are) also orchestrator(s) for NFVI resource man‐  HD Video/Photo Sharing in  Remote Computing, agement across different VIMs, and for managing the life Stadium/Open-Air Gathering.  Moving Hot Spots, cycle of network services. Massive Internet of Things  3D (three dimensional)  Smart Wearables, Connectivity: Aircrafts,  Sensor Networks, balloonists, gliders, or This discussion has shown the growing virtualisation pro‐  Mobile Video Surveillance. skydivers. cess, starting from the outsourcing of computing and Extreme real time communications Lifeline communications widening to the virtualisation of routing, data and con‐  Tactile Internet.  Public safety and emergency services, trol plane, and of any network function.
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Score: 1303758.3 - https://www.itu.int/en/publica...6/files/basic-html/page17.html
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Just as personal computers blurred the lines between journalists and typesetters, 3D printing will make the roles of people who work in product development, retail services and manufacturing harder to distinguish. (...) For example, workers may need to specialize in learning about the different combinations of raw materials that you can use in a printer, or to know how to look at the electronic blueprints to spot defects. Just like the Industrial Revolution, 3D printing may destroy jobs, but it will also create new ones.
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Score: 1303758.3 - https://www.ilo.org/moscow/new...WCMS_246168/lang--en/index.htm
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