circumvention circumvention  /ˌsɜr kəm ˈvɛn tʃən/

Definition(s):

  • (n) the act of evading by going around

News

  1. United Against Nuclear Iran Launches Maritime Tracking System

    United Against Nuclear Iran on June 21 launched its Maritime Intelligence Network and Rogue Vessel Analysis system, a new initiative that aims to track Iranian vessels and identify and expose the Iranian regime’s efforts to smuggle oil and cargo in circumvention of international sanctions.
    on June 22, 2013     Source: Journal of Commerce Online

  2. UANI Launches MINERVA Iranian Vessel Tracking System

    NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Today, United Against Nuclear Iran (UANI) announced the launch of its Maritime Intelligence Network and Rogue Vessel Analysis (MINERVA) system. MINERVA is a new UANI initiative that tracks Iranian vessels and identifies and exposes the Iranian regime's efforts to smuggle oil and cargo in circumvention of international sanctions. Through MINERVA, UANI conducts 24-hour ...
    on June 21, 2013     Source: Business Wire

Quotes

  1. Plaid Cymru's Westminster leader Elfyn Llwyd, said: "The whole thing, I think, is a total circumvention of all the rules appertaining to elections and I think that, as a Cabinet minister, it will be very difficult for him to stay in office."
    on Jan 11, 2008 By: Elfyn Llwyd Source: Irish Times

  2. "It's hard to quantify how many people are doing this. As we go forward each year we want to see if some of these circumvention technologies become more like appliances and you just plug them in and they work," said Jonathan Zittrain, professor...
    on May 18, 2007 By: Jonathan Zittrain Source: Register

  3. "A diplomatic conference is now contingent upon member states reaching consensus where there are currently great differences such as the inclusion of anti-circumvention measures in the treaty and outlawing internet retransmissions of programs,"...
    on Oct 4, 2006 By: Robin Gross Source: Register

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