We take privacy of customer information very seriously.
The privacy of our customers' information is something that we take very seriously.
It?s one thing for consenting adults to use whips and chains in the privacy of their own homes. But beating animals into performing confusing and painful tricks is nothing short of animal abuse.
If you're tired of the health club scene, and time, convenience and privacy are important to you, the home gym may offer the workout that works for you. The only commute is a walk down the hall.
has criticized the exclusionary rule . . . and [as an appellate judge] has favored police powers over privacy concerns.
She genuinely was saintly. She hadn't got a vicious bone in her body. And if we had privacy law here, if we had a press law in this country like they had in France, she could be alive today.
Privacy drives the concern about these databases. People are fearful that information about genetics could be used against them. The very things that make a population good to study also make it tricky.
Seems as though it takes a violation of peoples' privacy to make people pay attention.
Privacy is a gray area when it comes to information access on the Internet, ... And the grayest areas often concern public records issues.
If there was a gun to my head, I still could not reveal or break the privacy of my users.
I don't think vendors are going to build in privacy protections if there is no incentive for profit.
Investors don't want to be hassled, and hedge funds respect their right to privacy. That's very important to them, ... But now funds have to gain a level of knowledge that they're not managing dirty money. It's a fine line.
This is a watershed decision (that) reaffirms the liberty, dignity and privacy Americans cherish at the end of life.
will encourage both competition and consumer choice ... while protecting privacy and security.
When you balance the (privacy) risk . . . is it worth the benefit that may come?
I haven't seen one single case of a company posting a [privacy] policy and abusing it. We've done what [the FTC] asked and abided by it. What more can we do?
The subpoena is the first shoe dropping that online privacy advocates have long feared.
I will fight to make sure that (privacy protection) occurs.
Our stand is that the national ID would diminish the freedom and privacy of law-abiding citizens. Just as an example, Social Security numbers were initially supposed to be used to administer the nation's retirement program and look at all the abuses there now.
Those employees currently don't have the privacy protection that they have in other provinces, such as B.C. and Alberta.
It's a very delicate kabuki dance that we do between privacy and security, and I think to some greater or lesser extent you need to plug into the fact that your individual privacy might damage the majority's safety.
We wanted a place that had privacy, was comfortable for artists, that Barbara could have a studio, and I could have a studio. I wanted to get out of the renting situation. It's not a real profitable business, so I have to control overhead.
It creates an aura for an ordinary person where maybe they will think twice about the privacy of their Internet searches.
We should have some privacy. We're very uncomfortable with the idea that there's cameras in these rooms.
But we think there are privacy and equal protection issues at stake here that we just have to have cleared up.