90) Moreover, the law of confidence can address the issue of espionage by finding that an individual who de facto compels a confider
to disclose confidential information through surreptitious means, can be deemed to have known that the information in question was confidential since they would otherwise not have had to rely on these questionable means as they could simply ask the confider
the information would save the confidante time, energy, and expense, and is used in an unauthorized fashion to the detriment of the confider
He said under plant protection programme, seeds were treated before sowing with confider
/ pastridor and steps were also taken at Tahsil level to check adulteration.
To that end, I suggest several strategies that hospital-based program directors should strongly confider
At times, in fact, he points out that both Angela and he are writing; (21) more often, he describes his role as that of a listener and confider
of the divine revelations imparted to his penitent; he once becomes aware that Angela receives revelations about questions he has not yet addressed to her (ch.
3 there must be an actual or threatened unauthorised use or disclosure of the information to the detriment of the confider
There must be shown to have been an unauthorised use of the information which is detrimental to the confider