private information

private information

Information that a user wishes to keep from public viewing. Credit card, social security and financial account numbers, along with passwords to websites and other venues, are commonly kept private. See privacy policy.
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Everything, of course, is in code, yet we know this for a fact: a good deal of private information passing between the Admiral and his commanders was known in Germany three hours after the signals themselves had been given.
Private friendship, private information, private use of it - that's how I look upon it.
Being the whole Seventh Cavalry's reptile, he doesn't belong to anybody in particular, and hasn't any military duties; so he comes and goes as he pleases, and is popular with all the house cats and other authentic sources of private information.
No, Pip," returned Joe, still looking at the fire, and holding his knees tight, as if he had private information that they intended to make off somewhere, "which I left it to yourself, Pip.
Of course I had private information about a certain transaction contemplated by the Government of the day, and I acted on it.
When I was going away he said to me that if I ever could give him any private information of real value he would make me a very rich man.
Mr Lammle came on the scene last, for he was always late, and so were the frequenters always late; all hands being bound to be made late, by private information about the Bourse, and Greek and Spanish and India and Mexican and par and premium and discount and three quarters and seven eighths.
However that may be, I have private information which convinces me that Mr.
The force has paid out for unlawful arrests, assaults, trespass, police dog bites and misuse of private information.
The FBI and SEC have begun investigations on Mickelson, billionaire Carl Icahn and Las Vegas bettor Billy Walters for trades based on private information on Icahn's companies.
Some of the invoices stored on the server included private information.
In the real world, rejected applicants seem to have more private information that could affect the applicants' need for LTCI, disability or life insurance benefits, Hendren says in the paper, which is based on a chapter from a thesis he wrote while at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

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