Thesaurus / governance

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Monthly, he meets with a budding community of data protection officers in China, who carefully watch how data governance is evolving around the world.

In 1995, it created the Brazilian Internet Steering Committee, a multi-stakeholder body to help the country set principles for internet governance.

The Trusts Project is bound to face some governance issues of its own.

VSM tools allow you to embed governance into existing system development cycles.

If a publisher is concerned over who is buying them, they should start with who is selling them and place governance on that.

Certain municipalities have, however, obtained special acts for their governance.

He comes to see the things of Japan under the governance of our gracious Emperor.

The Foundations of JapanJ.W. Robertson Scott

Where were any governance at all, if all this were to come about?

By What Authority?Robert Hugh Benson

Most of our recent political troubles are attributable to what Fortescue in the fifteenth century called "lack of governance."

Freedom In ServiceFossey John Cobb Hearnshaw

She developed a theory on the governance of England, beautifully frank and simple.

The New MachiavelliHerbert George Wells

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