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confidentiality

Restrictions on the accessibility and dissemination of information. Confidentiality is one of the six fundamental components of information security (see Parkerian Hexad).
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States, (19) recognized that confidential communications between husband
This was a confidential communication between the chief and the commission to clarify some issues,'' said LAPD Cmdr.
5) The privilege applies to corporations as well as to individuals as a defense to compelled disclosure of an asserted confidential communication in a tax controversy.
There is substantial case law supporting the Service's position that payment of legal fees does not represent a confidential communication between lawyer and client in the nature of legal advice, and thus the details of such a transaction are not protected by the attorney-client privilege; see Levanthal, 961 F2d 936 (11th Cir.
Having a secure and confidential communication solution is vital in a digital world which is fraught with danger.
A confidential communication is made with the intention that it not be disclosed.
For instance, if a client has a confidential communication with his lawyer, and then discusses the matter with others, he has waived the privilege.
Given the fact that companies and individual users alike have their confidential communication compromised daily, this service is long overdue.
Ryan faces charges including sexually abusing a relative, unlawful sexual intercourse with a minor, using a minor for commercial sex acts, sale of eavesdropping devices, conspiracy to record confidential communication, conspiracy to commit disorderly conduct and two misdemeanor counts of exhibition to a minor and cruelty to a child.
This is a key technology in standardization of quantum cryptography systems, and will allow for a highly confidential communication network in the future.
He said he told the investigators it held confidential communication between lawyer and client.

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