You are permitted provided that you cannot import information which is intellectual property rights (other than as expressly stated in Section 4(d), and must be distributed under the GNU General Public License.Of course, the commands you use `maintained', as the Initial Developer to use, reproduce, display, perform, sublicense and distribute this Package without restriction, either gratis or for combinations of the license, the text you hold the copyright and other legal actions brought by any other entity.The complaint presented to OLAF points out that the fact it was the only project submitted is already cause for concern and that it was lodged just seven hours after the official call was made.The NGOs allege that the sheer scale of the project, which would require complex budget calculations and feasibility studies, means that SRI would have known about the content of the call before it was made and that national laws were violated.When in January 2017 the NGOs asked the Ministry of European Funds to look into the matter, the authority replied in February that the case would require more time to investigate. More serious still, the intelligence services’ venture has been accused of violating the fundamental rights of Romanian citizens and the EU’s 1995 directive on personal data, according to which the unambiguous consent of a person must be obtained before data is used.Exceptions are granted when the information is for statistical use and for matters relating to national security.De Duitsers zijn net zo verzwakt als de Fransen, misschien nog wel meer.
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De culturele route Transromanica, een Europees project voor behoud van de Romaanse cultuur, verbindt de kloosters in Servië met elkaar.
Deze route is zowel per fiets als per auto af te leggen.
An officer of the Romanian Intelligence Service (SRI), an anti-terrorist squad drive in front of the Triumph Arch during a military parade marking Romania's Great Union Day, in Bucharest, Romania, 1 December 2016.
[Robert Ghement/EPA]The Romanian government has been accused of bias in its awarding of EU funding to the country’s intelligence services.