But they also claim that fewer than 200 of the 7,000 have sought (voluntary) accreditation—i.e., an embrace of regulations.
There is often a failure of regulations within those countries and no accreditation.
And journalists who try to tweet, Instagram, or video the Games on their mobile phones will be stripped of accreditation.
Another factor, the accreditation criteria for third-party verifiers, rounds out the particulars.
Seems the University of Phoenix, the nation's largest for-profit "educational" institution, may be set to lose its accreditation.
To complete his accreditation, Hourani needed to show at least one collection off the calendar, as well as a fashion godfather.
The cultural authorities began to allow post-punk bands to get accreditation for legal concerts, though lyrics remained an issue.
Once accreditation introduces the language game of politics, education distances itself even more from its fundamental mission.