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confidentiality

noun classified, concealed, hidden, not for publication, not to be communicated, not to be disslosed, not to be quoted, not to be spoken of, privacy, protected, restricted, revealed in confidence, secrecy, secret, spoken in confidence, told in confidence, top-secret, unmentionable, unrevealed
Associated concepts: affirmative defense, need to know principle, nondisclosure agreement, secrecy
See also: privacy
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The form, signed by Registrar General Duncan Macniven, contained the message: "The information you provide is protected by law and treated in strict confidence.
This material is held in strict confidence and processed by a company on behalf of the Record.
In the past, those reports were available solely to committee members, and they were held in strict confidence.
The source of any such information will be treated in strict confidence and will not be passed on without your permission.
This database remains the property of APA and the information is held in strict confidence.
Funeral directors were summoned in strict confidence just 20 minutes after the star's death.
Mediation increases the probability of full disclosure, because each individual can speak with the mediator in strict confidence.
has finally released a definite Year 2000 Classification Scheme for IBM Compatible PCs in strict confidence with the British Standards Institute's (BSI) PD2000-1:1998-Definition for Year 2000 Conformity.
He got back in his car and looked down at the next address on his list of five needy families that he had been given in strict confidence by a local high school - families living a secret life in a community that most people thought was the lap of luxury: Agoura.
And, of course, it's all free and all in strict confidence.
A spokesman for Fergie's American associates said: "We are being inundated with offers involving the Duchess, but they are all treated in strict confidence.
Cohen says that all discussions, whether by telephone or in person, will be held in strict confidence.