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Redefinition of Intellectual Property: The Control of Content

The mitochondrial control region of Cervidae: evolutionary patterns and phylogenetic content.

Organochlorine Pesticide Content of Breast Adipose Tissue From Women With Breast Cancer and Control Subjects

Element content of Ochromonas danica: a replicated chemostat study controlling the growth rate and temperature

Identification of a major QTL controlling the content of B-type starch granules in Aegilops

Identification of quantitative trait loci controlling fibre length and lignin content in Arabidopsis thaliana stems

Developmental Control of Monoterpene Content and Composition in Micromeria fruticosa(L.) Druce

Content and Quality of 10 000 Controlled Trials in Schizophrenia Over 60 Years

The Use of Control Groups in Music Therapy Research: A Content Analysis of Articles in the Journal of Music Therapy

Germination of photoblastic lettuce seeds is regulated via the control of endogenous physiologically active gibberellin content, rather than of gibberellin responsiveness

Control-FREEC: a tool for assessing copy number and allelic content using next-generation sequencing data

Control of barley (Hordeum vulgare L.) development and senescence by the interaction between a chromosome six grain protein content locus, day length, and vernalization

Photo-control of peptide helix content by an azobenzene cross-linker: steric interactions with underlying residues are not critical

Comparison of MRI-assessed body fat content between lean women with polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) and matched controls: less visceral fat with PCOS

Differential Relations Between Cognition and 15N Isotopic Content of Hair in Elderly People With Dementia and Controls


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The process of ensuring that certain types of content are not seen by certain groups of Internet users: for example, that sexual content is not viewed by children. To implement this requires some form of rating system, such as the Platform for Internet Content Selection, and blocking software such as a specially configured browser which recognizes the rating system.

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