privileged information


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Privileged information does not lose its character if it is shared via the cloud, but the exposure of such information may lead to waiver of a privilege claim.
We did not use any private or privileged information, all we did was take mobile numbers beginning with 99 and cold call them, if we got a CyTA subscriber we asked them if they were happy with their services and if we got one of our own subscribers we would inform them of our offers," Dalsen explained.
However, they should not get privileged information by attending face-to-face events with those who set the questions.
The DIICOT office for fighting organised crime said Chairman Horia Ciorcila benefited from privileged information that Bank of Cyprus intended to acquire a stake in his bank.
The lawsuit claims Craig Nevius exploited the Charlie's Angels star and revealed privileged information about the actress to the media.
The mere fact that an individual who is in possession of privileged information acts with knowledge of the information is enough to comprise insider dealing', which is condemned by EU law.
The news emerged as shadow chancellor George Osborne dismissed "ridiculous" claims he was too close to Mr King and had been leaked privileged information.
When CPAs are entrusted with financial information by an individual or business, it is expected that those communications will be kept confidential, especially privileged information that is part of a legal action.
Malcolm Calvert, a partner at Cazenove until he retired in 2000 after a 39-year career, is accused of using privileged information on a string of mergers or takeovers between 2003 and 2005 to target shares in the companies involved.
Employees are more familiar with the system than anyone else, and one disgruntled or greedy person can sabotage a system or sell privileged information.
The risk of voluntarily providing attorney-client privileged information to a third party is not only a complete waiver of the disclosed information itself, but also of any other privileged communications regarding that entire subject matter.
Therefore, it is logical to assume lawyers and accountants, when asked to advise on matters like a sale of a business, or when acting for a business seeking to place services out to tender, will take all reasonable steps to ensure their clients are not exposed to risk nor is privileged information misused.