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Model Repetitive Flight Plan.
Used in radio communications to mean “I would like to know” or “I wish to obtain.”
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39% of requesters are recommended for approval after formal review
In fact, low numbers of news media requesters suggest that FOIA
In CCN, content requesters call for content delivery by sending Interest packets containing the name of the content.
Instead, this Article proposes a targeted and aggressive policy of requiring government agencies to affirmatively disclose sets of records that are the subject of routine FOIA requests--a surprisingly large number of the documents sought by commercial requesters. By meeting information needs in a more efficient manner that is available equally to all, affirmative disclosure will enable federal agencies to reclaim public records from the private market and free up resources to better serve FOIA requests that advance its democratic purpose.
Let [S.sub.1] (t) and [S.sub.2] (t) be the number of requesters waiting in the first queue and the second queue of the system at time't'.
We therefore think it reasonable to infer that Congress included the 'representative' provision in order to prevent foreign government entities from evading the Foreign Government Entity Exception by filing FOIA requests through agents, not to create a separate and independent class of disfavored FOIA requesters." [Slip op.
It does not, however, include the actual public records that those requesters asked for; to get that, you must file your own request, creating a trail that allows the rest of us to see what you were seeking.
The trust values of the content providers' benefits and those of the content requesters' benefits are proportional.
A system has to ensure responsible use of data, protect privacy of research participants, and treat "all qualified data requesters and trial sponsors evenhandedly" requiring both generators and requesters to work according to the same rigorous scientific principles.