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confidentiality 中文解釋 wordnet sense Collocation Usage
  1. the state of being secret; "you must respect the confidentiality of your client's communications"
  2. discretion in keeping secret information
  3. (confidential) the level of official classification for documents next above restricted and below secret; available only to persons authorized to see documents so classified
  4. (confidentially) in a confidential manner; "spoke to him intimately and confidentially"
  5. Confidentiality is an ethical principle associated with several professions (e.g., medicine, law, religion, professional psychology, and journalism). ...
  6. (Confidential (album)) Confidential is the debut solo album from rapper M-1, famous as one half of the political rap duo Dead Prez. The album is a DualDisc, with a DVD side featuring a twenty minute documentary on the making of Confidential and the entire album in stereo sound. ...
  7. (Confidential (High Contrast album)) High Contrast Confidential is the fourth album and the second double album from the Welsh drum and bass producer High Contrast, released on April 27 2009 on the Hospital Records label. It is an assortment of handpicked songs he has written in the past. ...
  8. (Confidential (magazine)) Confidential was published as a quarterly magazine from December 1952 to August 1953, when it became bi-monthly. It ceased publication in 1978. ...
  9. (Confidential (TV series)) Confidential, a joint venture between Foxtel and News Limited, is an Australian weekly entertainment news show. Talking about the latest in Australian gossip and celebrities. ...
  10. (confidential) kept secret within a certain circle of persons; not intended to be known publicly
  11. (CONFIDENTIAL) The designation that shall be applied to information or material the unauthorized disclosure of which could be reasonably expected to cause damage to the national security that the original classification authority is able to identify or describe.
  12. (Confidential) implies protection of personal data, confidentiality of transferred or memorized data and protection of privacy.
  13. (CONFIDENTIAL) a delimiter qualifying duplication and restricting distribution of CLASSIFIED documents; see NEED TO KNOW, COMPARTMENTALIZATION.
  14. (Confidential) All those involved agree to a level of confidentiality required to create the "safe place" so necessary for working from positions to issues, and to finding options leading to lasting outcomes.
  15. (Confidential) In this context confidential means that your employer is required to keep details of your identity to the investigation team and will not divulge it to any other person unless you agree or they are required to do so by law. ...
  16. (Confidential) Information means all information and materials in any form (oral, written, photographic, in electronic or machine readable form, or however otherwise) exchanged between the parties or any of their Related Entities or Representatives (either before or after the date of this ...
  17. (Confidential) Meaning private, secret, not to be mentioned or disclosed. Informal conflict management processes seek to assist the parties to look beyond positions to identify interests. ...
  18. (Confidential) State law protects the confidentiality of AEM plans, on-farm surveys, and assessments filed with the NYS Department of Agriculture & Markets or County Soil & Water Conservation Districts.
  19. (Confidential) The classification of data which should not be disclosed to unauthorized persons, processes, or devices.
  20. (Confidential) When disclosure might reasonably cause injury to the national interest.
  21. (Confidential) When names or other identifiers may be given to the researcher by the research participant and/or data could be traced back to that participant; but, the Principal Investigator has implemented a means of protecting the privacy of that individual.
  22. (Confidential) describes data, documents, or applications that have the potential for a large magnitude of loss or harm from improper handling, processing, disclosure, alteration or destruction.
  23. (Confidential) information that identifies a person is kept in a place where no one can get to it. A confidential HIV test, for example, would be one where a person's file would be kept locked so no one could see the results except the doctor or counselor and the patient.
  24. (confidential) (adjective) -- secret, private, only for certain people
  25. Confidential is a classification for information - whether verbal, written, recorded or conveyed by any other media - that restricts who may view or learn the information or documents or recorded media it pertains to. ...