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Shutdown

1. See: Government shutdown.

2. See: Liquidation.

3. See: Lockout.
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The fact that governments, even ostensibly democratic ones that espouse the right to freedom of speech and information, acknowledge the shutdowns less than 40pc of the time illustrates an inherent and growing tendency towards authoritarianism.
'These generation companies should not escape liability by passing on to the public the higher electricity costs resulting from these shutdowns. Sila na nga may kasalanan kumita pa sila.
Internet shutdowns or disruptions usually take three forms.
To help cover the costs of the shutdown, 42 percent of federal workers took on new debts.
Among the agencies affected by the shutdown, the Environmental Protection Agency only had (https://www.usnews.com/news/top-news/articles/2019-01-23/factbox-impact-on-us-government-widens-on-33rd-day-of-shutdown) 800 of 14,000 employees  working.
This is also the case whenever the Malampaya gas facility is on shutdown.
Meanwhile, data coming out of the White House suggest that the shutdown could reduce the United States' total economic output by an estimated tenth of a percentage point every two weeks.
One post on social media captures the pain caused by shutdowns, stating, "It is a festival for students, a joy for the employed, a celebration for media, a matter of pride for political leaders, a sorrow for tourists and a matter of grief for those who feed their families with their daily wages".
FEMA could later decide to resume regular policy issuance operations if the partial shutdown goes on for some time.
A few non-profit organisations have teamed up to help to shed light on what switching off the internet really costs us.HUMAN RIGHTCost of Shutdown Tool (COST), a data-driven online policy instrument, can quickly estimate the economic impact of internet shutdowns and online restrictions.
Asking these questions (and others) of our senior leaders prompted responses that indicated there was a lack of guidance and/or processes for program shutdowns. Here are some of their comments: