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Fast Search Technology Magix uses two different fast search algorithms depending on the type of the software. Some products (e.g. PhraseMagic for e.g.) use a very basic OCR technology, which can be also found in many other OCR programs. Other products are using a more sophisticated DSI technology, which does not have this drawback. Technological The software includes ID cards and a self-installer, that requires no user interaction during installation and is meant to protect customers from malicious tampering of the software. If Magix detects changes to the file system and the registry, the self-installer offers the opportunity to update the software. See also Magix Software References External links Magix homepage Magix Magix Website in German Category:Software companies of Germany Category:Software companies of Austria Category:Companies established in 1990 Category:Companies based in Graz Category:German brands Category:Software companies of Hungary Category:Software companies of SlovakiaOn the issue of family planning, the Japanese government says that it is too early to discuss it at the Group of Eight summit in Hokkaido this weekend. But the issue has caused controversy because Japanese prime minister Shinzo Abe is a devout Catholic. The announcement is being made in Tokyo, where a spokesman for Mr Abe is quoted as saying that Japan "cannot have discussion" at the summit about family planning because the subject is a political one. "There will be no discussion of this subject at the G8 meeting," Kenji Kanasugi is quoted as saying. However, he added, the Japanese government would discuss the issue with the G8 "when the appropriate time comes". To explain why it is that Japan, as a predominantly Christian nation, has a ban on abortion and contraception, Mr Kanasugi referred to the government's official position. "It is a policy of the government," he said. Mr Abe has caused controversy in Japan, in part because he and some other conservative members of parliament have called for the repeal of Japan's constitutional ban on abortion. Abortion opponents in Japan frequently cite Catholic teaching as a reason for their stance. This is despite the fact that Japan is not a particularly Catholic country, or even a particularly religious country. To hear more, you can watch the above video. You can also listen to the interview below. US protest




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