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(1) An active text or graphic link on a Web page. Clicking the link redirects the user to another Web page or a document or image. Live links are also placed into email, allowing recipients of the message to immediately go to a website or open an attached document or image. In this context, live link is contrasted with a URL that is printed or displayed. If the URL text is in electronic form, it must be copied and pasted into a Web browser to function as a link. See hypertext, hypergraphic and URL.

(2) A text or graphic link that redirects the user to a website, document or image that does, in fact, exist. In this context, live link is contrasted with dead link.
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Live link (without audio): https://webcasts.eqs.com/alrosa20190822/no-audio
A senior source said: "Mo was on a live link from London and when it failed a back-up generator should have kicked in but it looks like that failed as well.
"We are absolutely committed to putting their needs at the heart of criminal justice system and the remote live links is an important step to improving their experience by allowing more people to give evidence away from the stress of the courtroom."
In a live link international broadcast from the UK and South Africa, the attendees will have the opportunity to meet the President of IWIB Sarah Pavlou Lofthouse and the Head of IWIB's International Team in South Africa Lucille Divine.
A court live link Research by West Midlands Police found that on average of just nine per cent of police officers who are called to attend court actually give evidence.
Police and Crime Commissioner Bob Jones said: "The Live Link system will free up more officer time to be spent out on the streets, where people say they want their police to be more visible."
Some magistrates and defence lawyers have claimed the Live Link scheme gives police an unfair advantage by being able to give evidence within their comfort zone.
Using live link will also avoid dealing with any traffic disruption which may ensue during the Games, beginning 27 of July and ending on August 12.
Atlanta, GA, March 09, 2012 --(PR.com)-- MoZeus Worldwide (www.mozeus.com) is pleased to announce the acquisition of Live Link Events and that Bill Sluben has joined as its new SVP of Consumer Engagement.
He tweeted what he referred to as a "live link" to the sheriff's news conference, but instead provided a link to a snippet of the old conspiracy theory based TV series, The X-Files.