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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adjective arcane, arcanus, auricular, classified, concealed, fidus, hidden, imparted in secret, irrevealable, not for publication, not to be communicated, not to be disclosed, not to be quoted, not to be spoken of, off the record, private, restricted, secret, spoken in confiience, told in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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Executive Secretary Salvador Media also justified the huge hike on intelligence and confidential expenses.
Enterprises and cloud service providers can apply confidential computing to a wide range of workloads.
To support national courts in this task, the Commission has drafted a communication seeking to provide practical guidance to national courts in selecting effective protective measures, for instance considering the specific circumstances of the case, the type and the degree of sensitivity of the confidential information.
An administrator in the governor's office, Dominic Odera, could not account for the confidential budget.
There should be an option to turn on Confidential Mode.
The following information shall be maintained as confidential:
TSCA [section]14(g)(4)(C) indicates that any confidential chemical identities in such disclosures must be replaced by UI's.
A confidential filing might also appeal to companies because it allows them to have more control over the timing of the public offering announcement, often thought to be important to the success of the offering.
Results of the survey from the Round Rock, Texas-based firm also show that four in five employees in financial services (81%) would share confidential information, and employees in education (75%), healthcare (68%) and federal government (68%) are also open to disclosing confidential or regulated data at alarmingly high rates.
The Fed also ordered Goldman to institute "enhanced" procedures to "ensure compliance with current laws prohibiting the unauthorized use or disclosure of confidential supervisory information."
Dubai: A man has been accused of stealing an iMac21 set from the sound and image company where he worked and deleting confidential and important data from the server.
He had wrongfully and unlawfully obtained confidential information held on the South Wales Police computer systems.

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