Privacy

[financial] This is a list of Hawaiian supporting parties in Hawaii. ...
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Privacy

[disambiguation] Privacy is the ability of an individual or group to seclude themselves or information about themselves and thereby reveal themselves selectively. Including: Privacy may also refer to: ...
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Privacy

For purposes of the HIPAA Privacy Rule, privacy means an individual's interest in limiting who has access to personal health care information. See also HIPAA Privacy Rule.
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privacy

[n] - the condition of being concealed or hidden 2. [n] - the quality of being secluded from the presence or view of others
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privacy

The right of the individual to be free from secret surveillance (by scientific devices or other means) and from the disclosure to unauthorized persons of personal...
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Privacy

The ability to screen or mask unwanted noise.
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Privacy

A term used to describe the need to protect personal data held on computers. This is a big growth area.
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Privacy

Pri'va¬∑cy noun ; plural Privacies . [ See Private .] 1. The state of being in retirement from the company or observation of others; seclusion. 2. A place of seclusion from company or observation; retreat; solitude; retirement. « Her sacred privacies...
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privacy

The state of being free from intrusion or disturbance in one's private life or affairs. ... (12 Dec 1998) ...
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privacy

privateness noun the quality of being secluded from the presence or view of others
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privacy

secrecy noun the condition of being concealed or hidden
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Privacy

• (n.) The state of being in retirement from the company or observation of others; seclusion. • (n.) Concealment of what is said or done. • (n.) A private matter; a secret. • (n.) A place of seclusion from company or observation; retreat; solitude; retirement. • (n.) See Privity, 2.
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privacy

privacy Seclusion or isolation from the view of, or from contact with, others; secrecy, concealment.
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Privacy

In genetics, the right of people to restrict access to their genetic information.
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privacy

Definitions of privacy vary widely according to context and environment. In many countries, the concept has been fused with data protection, which interprets privacy in terms of management of personal information. Outside this rather strict context, privacy protection is frequently seen as a way of drawing the line at how far society can intrude in...
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Privacy

The state of being away from the observation of others by being let alone as away from public notice without unwanted intrusion of public, government bodies, media etc unless he/she is in news.
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privacy

n. the right to be free of unnecessary public scrutiny or to be let alone. Once a person is a "public figure" or involved in newsworthy events, the right to privacy may evaporate.
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privacy

Type: Term Pronunciation: prī′vă-sē Definitions: 1. Being apart from others; seclusion; secrecy. 2. Especially in psychiatry and clinical psychology, respect for the confidential nature of the therapist-patient relationship.
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privacy

The right of the individual to be free from secret surveillance (by scientific devices or other means) and from the disclosure to unauthorized persons of personal data, as accumulated in computer data banks. Always an issue complicated by considerations of state security, public welfare (in the case of criminal activity), and other factors, it has ...
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privacy

(Internet) On the Internet, generally used to mean the right to control who has access to the personal information generated by interaction with computers. The right to privacy is one of the most hotly-debated issues on the Internet, as commercial suppliers seek to gather more and more inf...
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Privacy

Privacy (from privatus) is the ability of an individual or group to seclude themselves, or information about themselves, and thereby express themselves selectively. The boundaries and content of what is considered private differ among cultures and individuals, but share common themes. When something is private to a person, it usually means there i...
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Privacy

In genetics, the right of people to restrict access to their genetic information.
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Privacy

In genetics, the right of people to restrict access to their genetic information.
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Privacy

Refers to information about an employee which he or she regards as personal or private (i.e., medica
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Privacy

The right to be free of unnecessary public scrutiny, or to be let alone.
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