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nonpersonal

(ˌnɒnˈpɜːsənəl)
adj
not personal
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Adj.1.nonpersonal - lacking personality; "nonpersonal forces"
impersonal - not relating to or responsive to individual persons; "an impersonal corporation"; "an impersonal remark"
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"As a member of the Advisory Board, I can help ensure that we stay focused on the four pillars of digital marketing - digital nonpersonal promotion strategy, advanced technologies including artificial intelligence and machine learning, drama-free value delivery and production, and data science and analytics - while keeping the end users' experience at the center of our world.
GDPR is laser-focused on the protection of personal data, but the ePrivacy regulation is focused more broadly on the confidentiality of communications, 'which may also contain nonpersonal data and data related to a legal person,' the proposal states.
It was a failure of empathy: for the reputation of the Court, for the impersonal - even better, the nonpersonal - majesty of the law.
Owners of other (nonpersonal service) businesses do not face the phaseout but are subject to potential reductions of the benefit.
Indeed, these truths are compatible with the controversial idea that many people should pursue forms of nonpersonal love more actively, sometimes in place of personal love--an idea that I find plausible, significant, and underappreciated by philosophers and nonphilosophers alike.
Advertising is an audio or visual form of marketing communication that employs an openly sponsored, nonpersonal message to promote or sell a product, service, or idea.
This sensitivity differs in two aspects: At the basic level, sensitive data are separate from nonpersonal data, such as "pseudonymized data" and "anonymized data" (Zuiderveen, Van, & Gray, 2015, p.
Twitter will be able to share nonpersonal device level data, (https://blog.twitter.com/2017/building-new-data-controls-and-updating-our-privacy-policy) a post  said.
According to Narveson (2016: 278, 280), the moral status of newborns is somewhat different than fetuses because "even very young infants begin to have some of the features that identify one as a person." Nevertheless, they are "nonminded, nonpersonal beings," and therefore have at most only "indirect rights." He does not define this term, nor have I found it in the literature.
Criner reported personal payments from Holaria, and research funding and other nonpersonal payments from AstraZeneca, Boehringer-Ingelheim, GlaxoSmithKline, Johnson and Johnson, and others.
For nonpersonal sources of information, conducting a basic internet search was the most popular option in validating health information at 19%, followed by visiting a trusted wellness site at 12%.