We take privacy of customer information very seriously.
I'm a very private person. I like staying home and doing my stuff. I hate people invading on my privacy. I hate talking about my private life. You almost feel like they're invading your space, you know? I really hate that. I think that's very disrespectful and I think they should have a law against that.
There's a big difference between privacy and secrecy.
I've been careful to keep my life separate because it's important to me to have privacy and for my life not to be a marketing device for a movie or a TV show. I'm worth more than that.
Unless a president can protect the privacy of the advice he gets, he cannot get the advice he needs.
We demand privacy, yet we glorify those that break into computers.
You know, we're very private, and I think that we really separate and try to keep our privacy to ourselves. There's things that people assume a lot of times, and we understand that people are interested, but we really try to keep our family life private as much as we can.
You already have zero privacy - get over it.
It's a big challenge for me to keep my integrity and some of my privacy intact.
Publication is a self-invasion of privacy.
Isn't privacy about keeping taboos in their place?
A book is the only place in which you can examine a fragile thought without breaking it, or explore an explosive idea without fear it will go off in your face. It is one of the few havens remaining where a man's mind can get both provocation and privacy.
I knew from the beginning that privacy was going to be a huge issue, especially with regard to applying Total Information Awareness in counterterrorism. Because if the technology development was successful, a logical place to apply it was inside the United States.
I really believe that we don't have to make a trade-off between security and privacy. I think technology gives us the ability to have both.
In exchange for power, influence, command and a place in history, a president gives up the bulk of his privacy.
Most journalists now believe that a person's privacy zone gets smaller and smaller as the person becomes more and more powerful.
It can feel like an invasion of privacy, involving an employer in a personal matter.
The closing of a door can bring blessed privacy and comfort - the opening, terror. Conversely, the closing of a door can be a sad and final thing - the opening a wonderfully joyous moment.
The worst thing about being famous is the invasion of your privacy.
People should be allowed to document evidence of criminal wrongdoing. Where is the expectation of privacy if someone is conspiring to commit crime?
Where is the expectation of privacy in the commission of a crime?
I mean, I don't want to sound - of course it's very nice, people come up and say appreciative things about my work. But the loss, in terms of privacy and anonymity, is no small thing to me.
At the bottom, the elimination of spyware and the preservation of privacy for the consumer are critical goals if the Internet is to remain safe and reliable and credible.
Privacy under what circumstance? Privacy at home under what circumstances? You have more privacy if everyone's illiterate, but you wouldn't really call that privacy. That's ignorance.
I'm not that ambitious any more. I just like my privacy. I wish I really wasn't talked about at all.