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Factum

[Latin, Fact, act, or deed.] A fact in evidence, which is generally the central or primary fact upon which a controversy will be decided.

See: action, event, fact, performance
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So, while references to service provider selection due diligence in HIPAA and GLB apply to all data-related service providers and the FACTA Final Disposal Rule refers specifically to data destruction firms, each clearly indicates the expectation of the information owner for demonstrating care in its selection of vendors.
The Fair and Accurate Credit Transaction Act--known as the MCI Act, or FACTA provides potential fraud warnings, placed on the credit bureau reports by consumers, the credit bureau or low enforcement.
The Huddersfield based team behind the North Yorkshire festival has revealed 15 acts, including Akkord, Chris Finke, Pinch, Elijah & Skilliam, Deathmachine, Compa, Viers, Jay Clarke, Northern Lights, Gantz, Facta, Spin Doctor & Mo Fingaz, Dub Mechz, Phatworld and Formless.
In 2003, Congress decided that this automation was unacceptable with respect to identity theft and enacted the Fair and Accurate Credit Transactions Act (FACTA) (81) as an amendment to the FCRA.
When he first wrote to his fellow board directors to flag up a series of massive payments to companies that appeared to offer no value to Olympus, and which were highlighted to Japanese publication Facta by a whistleblower, he was stonewalled.
In facta major portion of the book covers these topics, unlike most introductory books in Marketing.
Wilkins said that administration of the PPACA and the Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act (FACTA) will require the IRS to develop and improve its information technology capabilities.
The US Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act (Facta) will affect almost all financial institutions and other entities in Bahrain with exposure to US taxpayers and transactions, according to KPMG.
In these ways, Luminet can help you meet key requirements of these and many other regulations: PCI DSS, FACTA Red Flag Reporting, FFIEC, GLBA, HIPAA, HIPAA-HITECH, SOX, FISMA, PIPEDA, Basel II.
And 'Facta', a Japanese magazine that broke the Olympus story, says a Cayman Islands firm linked to some Olympus deals had ties to "anti-social forces" - a common euphemism for organised crime.
The Fair and Accurate Credit Transactions Act (FACTA) of 2003 attempts to reduce opportunities for identity theft through:
THERE was no win, in facta 17-7 defeat, but enough to be positive about from Newcastle Falcons' first pre-season run-out.