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breached

Said of a building contract when one or more parties has failed to perform in accordance with the exact terms of the contract.
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DOD officials also provided us with a list of programs that breached the cost growth thresholds since 1997, which we analyzed to remove duplicate entries.
A study by the Ponemon Institute, a privacy management think tank, showed that data breaches now cost organizations an average $197 per breached customer record and an average $6.
It is obvious that the bulk of breached data was unprotected by either encryption or even passwords," the study states.
20, Heartland Payment Systems announced that hackers had breached its processing system, compromising the personal information of credit card holders around the country.
This data demonstrates that when the policy of mutual obligation is implemented, many social security recipients are breached unfairly.
Although the judge dismissed those charges for lack of evidence, the judge did rule that KPMG had breached its fiduciary responsibility to its client.
The case ultimately went up to the Court of Appeals, which agreed with the landlord that clearly Waldbaum breached its obligations under the lease by not maintaining the supermarket as a first class facility.
Arthur Andersen was faced with a claim that it had breached a duty of care implied in the contract with its client.
Banks alleged that Bethlehem had discharged him without just cause and that the union had breached its duty of fair representation.
In a year highlighted by the biggest data security breaches on record, the higher education vertical appears to have had a reprieve relative to prior years in terms of overall breaches reported and the corresponding number of total records breached.
Identity Theft Main Reason for Breaches and Survey Shows 40 Percent of Consumers Very Unlikely To Do Business with Breached Companies
A new report from Javelin Strategy and Research suggests that many credit and debit card holders fail to understand the importance of a notice saying that a credit card or debit card has been breached and do not protect themselves from fraud.