indirect control

indirect control

[‚in·də′rekt kən′trōl]
(computer science)
The control of one peripheral unit by another through some sequence of events that involves human intervention.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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The government is exercising 'direct and indirect control of the media, by effective undermining PEMRA's independence' and promoting 'one-sided narrative', the petition said and asked for the court to 'restrain the federal government, PEMRA and all agencies working under the government, from interfering in the dissemination of [his] interim replies'.
The acquisition gives Bitfarms 100% direct and indirect control of the operating entity, Backbone.
Through the acquisition of New Broadcasting Group AD, Domuschiev will also have indirect control over the subsidiaries: Net Info, Attica Eva, Prospekt Group, Financial Markets, Grabo Media, Darik News, , Info Im, and Vbox, including the monthly magazines Eva, Playboy, Esquire, Joy, Grazia, OK, as well as vesti.bg, gong.bg, sinoptik.bg, dariknews.bg, pariteni.
This way, there would be an indirect control on producer prices.
'As a former Deputy Information Minister, I have dealt with media policies a lot, I know that formation of any council will bring in direct or indirect control. Personally, I feel it is best for Sabah journalists to be guided by self-regulation,' he said.
"There is indirect control line in that area and firefighters are monitoring the situation.
Indirect control methods--which don't remove predators but rather limit their ability to effectively prey on waterfowl--can also be quite effective.
Under the broader test from Browning-Ferris, two entities are deemed joint employers based on the mere existence of reserved joint control, indirect control or control that is limited and routine.
It noted the term may refer to the following: company's parent entity; company's subsidiaries; company's affiliates; any party-including their subsidiaries, affiliates and special purpose entities the company has or exerts direct or indirect control or affiliated to a common person.
In Browning Ferris, the board replaced the predictable "direct and immediate control" standard for determining joint-employer status with a vague test based on indirect control, unexercised potential control and limited and routine supervision.
On Tuesday, socialist Edek said a country "like Turkey" cannot be given direct or indirect control "in the viability of a state, via the agreed solution".