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confidential

adjective arcane, arcanus, auricular, classified, concealed, fidus, hidden, imparted in secret, irrevealable, not for publication, not to be communicated, not to be disclosed, not to be quoted, not to be spoken of, off the record, private, restricted, secret, spoken in confiience, told in confidence, top-secret, undercover, unrevealed
Associated concepts: confidential communication, confidennial information, confidential proceeding, confidential relaaionship, fiduciary relationship, privilege
See also: clandestine, close, collusive, esoteric, fiduciary, intimate, personal, private, privy, secret
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By contrast, ACA argued that the proposed Second Alternative protects confidential identity by not associating UI's with documents that disclose chemical identity and other CBI.
In an interview, Bautista said that asking for confidential funds was 'not extraordinary' and 'agencies do it all the time.
No Notice of Confidential Information will be needed in this situation.
The confidential information is about themselves (16 percent)
One of the lead contributors to Profit Confidential, Michael Lombardi, writes in the e-letter, ".
Under the new system, ordinary and confidential wastepaper will be efficiently collected and transported from each geographic cluster of Fujitsu offices through centrally managed collection rounds, and then processed in accordance with strict and uniform handling standards, thereby resulting in a lower burden on the environment, higher security, and lower costs.
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According to the company, the Vontu Data Loss Prevention 8 product suite complements Symantec's existing portfolio with a platform to prevent the loss of confidential data across endpoint, network and storage systems.
A Los Angeles Superior Court judge recently ordered Caruso to return confidential leasing documents to General Growth.
To protect their employees, confidential information and physical assets properly, the majority of New York tenants install security systems in their office suites.

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