confidential information

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Noun1.confidential information - an indication of potential opportunity; "he got a tip on the stock market"; "a good lead for a job"
counseling, counselling, guidance, counsel, direction - something that provides direction or advice as to a decision or course of action
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being then ignorant of these usages) was for hurrying on board in a breathless state, immediately; but receiving private and confidential information that the boat would certainly not start until Friday, April the First, we made ourselves very comfortable in the mean while, and went on board at noon that day.
He said penalties for leaking confidential information may be a jail term of up to 20 years, a fine of SR 1 million, or both.
THREE police officers have been sacked from their roles after obtaining and sharing confidential information.
He had wrongfully and unlawfully obtained confidential information held on the South Wales Police computer systems.
The company has recently developed the technology to boost the security of the encryption method and protect confidential information, like IDs and passwords.
Employees should only have access to confidential information when there is a business reason for it.
An employee of the Eugene Police Department has resigned after telling her fiance - a suspect in a felony criminal investigation - confidential information relating to his case, according to a report from Eugene police auditor Mark Gissiner's office.
From the first days of joining an organization, employers should apprise each new employee of the company's expectations regarding protection of confidential information and critical infrastructure in a one-on-one conversation with a member of management.
L) and the woman marketing manager of another private company in return for leaking confidential information and helping them win bids.
Is it okay to take confidential information out of the office?
A RECENT case in the Court of Appeal has highlighted the serious issues companies will face if they fail to protect their customer base and confidential information in employee contracts.
Two amendments to clarify the procedural rule on protecting confidential information in court filings have been endorsed by the Board of Governors.

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