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RSACReliance Steel & Aluminum Co. (Los Angeles, CA)
RSACRecreational Software Advisory Council
RSACRoad Safety Advisory Council (Australia)
RSACRemote Sensing Applications Center
RSACRoyal Scottish Automobile Club
RSACRising Sun Arts Centre (UK)
RSACRadar Significance Analysis Code
RSACResource and Situational Awareness Center
RSACRegional Space Allocation Committee
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RSAC 2019 featured 700+ exhibitors and was attended by more than 42,500 visitors.
It said the deal was struck after RSAC secured pounds 165,000 from grants and a further pounds 38,000 of member cash to help the council refurbish the track.
The industry commissioned the development of a self-rating system.(261) The nonprofit Recreational Software Advisory Council (RSAC) was formed to administer the rating system.
THE forest roads of Dumfries and Galloway are once again to host this year's RSAC Scottish Rally on June 11 and 12.
* IBM announced that it was making a $100,000 grant to the RSAC (Recreational Software Advisory Council) to encourage use of the RSAC rating system, which rates the broad range of Internet speech with ratings originally created for children's video games.
In theory, dozens of rating systems could be used with PICS--anything from the Christian Coalition rating system to the National Organization for Women rating system--but to date, only two groups have devised self-rating systems: SafeSurf and the de facto industry leader, RSAC.
Meanwhile, RSAC proposed creating a label -- not a rating -- for sites deemed to be news sites, said Stephen Balkam, executive director of RSAC in Washington, D.C.
Separately, PointCast has announced that Connections will use RSAC's Internet content advisory system, RSAC (http://www.rsac.org), which provides rating details of content contained within any given Web site.
Since then, RSAC has created a new rating system for the Internet (RSACi), which separates nudity and sex as separate dimensions.
For instance, Microsystems Software's Cyber Patrol 3.0 restricts access to only sites rated by either the Recreational Software Advisory Council (RSAC) or SafeSurf.
Ratings systems for violence, nudity/sex and language have been successful with video games, and through the Recreational Software Advisory Council, "many hundreds, if not thousands, of web sites and home pages could be rated and regulated," according to Stephen Balkam, RSAC executive director.