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Web Browser

A program that allows one to search, find and disseminate information over the Internet. Web browsers have become almost indispensable in business because of the sheer volume of information currently available.
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Clips in hyperlink timelines are for the most part structured in chronological order.
However, in many situations, hyperlinks are not necessary to convey disclosures.
The question of whether hyperlinks can lead to breaches of copyright law has caused many a scholarly brow to furrow across Europe, so much so that legal scholars from across the continent have given a joint opinion on the issue.
The court reasoned that though the post-petition article made favourable reference to the pre-petition content and encouraged users to visit the Charter Page, the hyperlink did "not amount to the restatement or alteration of the allegedly defamatory material," and therefore did not constitute republication of it.
There is almost always some text to accompany a hyperlink, if only something as terse as "see." To generally suggest that an article be read for whatever reason might yet constitute endorsement.
The concept of the hyperlink is closely linked to that of the network, and evokes many of the same connotations.
HYPERLINK "http://www.firstapex.com/index.html" http://www.firstapex.com/index.html
Revu also includes a new hyperlink manager that enables users to insert, view and edit hyperlinks.
The philosophy behind our hyperlink selection is to test the impact on learning outcome from a student's voluntary studying efforts, not answer-locating efforts.
* Augmented reality is more audacious and involves a different kind of hyperlink. Magazines such as Esquire have placed a code on their covers and other pages.
Hyperlink, the Middle East's largest Oracle implementation, consultancy and Integration Company and an Oracle Certified Advantage Partner is proud to announce a strategic partnership with Stepstone, a leading international provider of software and services for the Human Capital Management ("HCM") sector.Over 16,000 organisations, including many of the world's leading businesses, use StepStone's technology products and services to attract, retain and develop talent.
(follow "TJAG Training" hyperlink under "My Organizations"; then follow "Core Legal" hyperlink; then follow "Claims" hyperlink; then follow "Deployment Claims" hyperlink; then follow "Deployment Claims Presentation" hyperlink).