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In the continent where snooping carries ghastly echoes of 'fascist and communist' regimes, Reding asked detailed questions regarding their snooping programme.
Reding also questioned what are the avenues available for companies in EU to question the snooping and whether there are any avenues to tell people if they are being snooped.
Snooping behavior emerges in a context of mistrust and is fed by the perception that the partner is withholding information (not disclosing).
Individuals who feel anxious and uncertain about the partner's lack of disclosure are motivated to gain increased information which sometime results in snooping.
The survey found: n Women are more likely to snoop - over half asked admitted snooping, while 46 per cent of men did.
n The younger we are, the more likely we are to snoop - those snooping aged 55 to 64 had dropped to 38 per cent
OPTi is currently in discussions with NVIDIA as to whether NVIDIA is entitled to omit the February 2007 payment and cease future payments and has requested additional information from NVIDIA to validate NVIDIA claim that it has discontinued use of the Predictive Snooping technology.
The lawsuit against Apple is a continuing part of the Company's strategy for pursuing its patent infringement claims relating to its Predictive Snooping technology.
The lawsuit against AMD is a continuing part of the Company's strategy for pursuing its patent infringement claims relating to its Predictive Snooping technology.
With the newly enhanced StealthSurfer II, users at home or in the office can surf the Web without fear of leaving a trail of Internet crumbs - which put surfers at risk for credit card theft, identity theft or just plain snooping.
It merges disparate data systems for APC/AEC, E-Diagnostics, fault detection, message snooping, protocol conversion and other applications.
After successfully encrypting Omura's file and presenting the secured message as a series of nonsensical numbers and letters, Williams pointed out that "someone snooping would find absolutely no value in this information.