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National Weather Service - Product dissemination

  • NOAA Weather Radio All-Hazards (NWR) is a special radio system that transmits weather warnings and forecasts 24 hours a day across most of the United States

National Weather Service - Product dissemination

  • NOAA Weather Wire Service (NWWS) is a satellite data collection and dissemination system operated by the National Weather Service

National Weather Service - Product dissemination

  • EMWIN is the Emergency Managers Weather Information Network, a system designed to provide the emergency management community with access to a set of NWS warnings, watches, forecasts, and other products at no recurring cost. It can receive data via radio, internet, or a dedicated satellite dish, depending on the needs and capabilities of the user.

National Weather Service - Product dissemination

  • The NOAAPORT broadcast system provides a one-way broadcast communication of NOAA environmental data and information in near real time to NOAA and external users. This broadcast service is implemented by a commercial provider of satellite communications utilizing C-band.

National Weather Service - Product dissemination

  • The Weather.gov website is a data rich website operated by NWS that serves as a portal to hundreds of thousands of webpages and more than 300 different NWS websites

National Weather Service - Product dissemination

  • The Interactive Weather Information Network (IWIN) was an internet site operated by the NWS that has been superseded by the weather.gov site.

National Weather Service - Product dissemination

  • Since 1983, the NWS has provided external user access to U.S

National Weather Service - Product dissemination

  • Every NWS office operates its own web page with access to current products and other information specific to the local area.

Joint Terrorism Analysis Centre - Dissemination of information

  • Assessments are used to inform the threat levels disseminated through the Security Service, Home Office and Ministry of Defence (United Kingdom)|Ministry of Defence. Until very recently these threat levels were promulgated in a form known as the BIKINI state and Tesseral State. The current threat system is similar to, and largely aligned with, the Department of Homeland Security|US Department of Homeland Security rating system.

Freedom of expression - Freedom of speech, dissent and truth

  • The notion that the expression of dissent or subversive views should be tolerated, not censured or punished by law, developed alongside the rise of printing and the News media|press

Freedom of expression - Freedom of speech, dissent and truth

  • Milton's defense of freedom of expression was grounded in a Protestantism|Protestant worldview and he thought that the English people had the mission to work out the truth of the Protestant Reformation|Reformation, which would lead to the Age of Enlightenment|enlightenment of all people

Freedom of expression - Freedom of speech, dissent and truth

Freedom of expression - Freedom of speech, dissent and truth

  • A succession of English thinkers was at the forefront of early discussion on a right to freedom of expression, among them John Milton (1608–74) and John Locke (1632–1704)

Freedom of expression - Freedom of speech, dissent and truth

  • By the second half of the 17th century philosophers on the European continent like Baruch Spinoza and Pierre Bayle developed ideas encompassing a more universal aspect freedom of speech and toleration than the early English philosophers.Jonathan Israel, Radical Enlightenment, Oxford University Press, 2002, p

Freedom of expression - Freedom of speech, dissent and truth

  • In Evelyn Beatrice Hall's biography of Voltaire, she coined the following phrase to illustrate Voltaire's beliefs: I disapprove of what you say, but I will defend to the death your right to say it.[http://www.brainyquote.com/quotes/authors/e/evelyn_beatrice_hall.html Evelyn Beatrice Hall Quotes], Brainyquote.com Hall's quote is frequently cited to describe the principle of freedom of speech

Intelligence dissemination management

  • Dissemination is the usual term for the part of the intelligence cycle that delivers products to consumers, and Intelligence Dissemination Management refers to the process that encompasses organizing the dissemination of finished intelligence.

Intelligence dissemination management

  • Intelligence information ranges from the equivalent of we interrupt this television program to book-length studies which may, or may not, be read by policymakers. Large documents sometimes are legitimately for specialists only. Other lengthy studies may be long-term predictions. Recent worldwide events show that high-level policymakers simply do not read large studies; staff briefers may.

Intelligence dissemination management

Intelligence dissemination management - Parameterizing

  • Dissemination and use decisions need to consider the nature of interaction between provider and consumer, and the special requirements of security.

Intelligence dissemination management - Models

  • :* 'push': the producer initiates the flow and the consumer receives it

Intelligence dissemination management - Models

  • :* 'pull': the consumer requests or initiates the flow and the provider generates it.

Intelligence dissemination management - Models

  • Stating these as binary models, however, does not reflect the time factor

Intelligence dissemination management - Models

  • Push and pull, and JIT, models apply in intelligence as well, but are not always recognized as such. Logistical models, however, are simpler than certain cases of intelligence. Where the logistic model commands in one direction and receives in the other, some, but not all, forms of intelligence are interactive. To bring them together in a consistent model, consider, for a set of intelligence events:


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