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He is facing the charges of divulging confidential information and disclosure of classified data pertaining to a government institution.
In order to access the site (which is run by the scammer), the user is asked to log in to his or her AOL account, thereby divulging the account name and password.
The residency officer, a 29-year-old Emirati, had pleaded guilty to divulging to the woman the personal details of the victim, abusing thus of his power to access the unified criminal automated system and texting these details to her.
Towards that end, the defendant breached his professional duties by divulging the confidential account number of that firm to his accomplice.
Competitors can now engage in collaborative efforts to achieve maximum operating efficiency without divulging sensitive information.
Summary: DUBAI u A legal consultant stood trial in absentia in the Court of First Instance on Wednesday on the charge of divulging professional and confidential information while assigned with providing a public service at a government-owned firm.
In a 15-page letter Friday, Clinton attorney David Kendall accused Starr of illegally divulging false and misleading information to the news media.
com will provide convenience and efficiency by reducing lead-generation time without divulging proprietary information.
With virtually no way of enforcing an ordinance prohibiting the City Council from divulging confidential information, the panel has informally agreed to keep private city business to themselves.
com Thursday announced the introduction of the first online registry that allows users to instantly document intellectual property and other important material from anywhere in the world, at any time, without divulging the contents of the registered work.
With virtually no way of enforcing an ordinance forbidding members from divulging confidential information, the City Council informally has agreed to keep private city business to itself.
In addition, parents can still use Cyber Patrol's ChatGard feature to prevent children from divulging personal information online.
Mayor Clyde Smyth, while not divulging the details of the session, said he was pleased by the results.
Coldwell Banker sought to prevent Sposito from, among other things, recruiting sales agents from among Coldwell Banker agents and from divulging what it claimed were trade secrets.
The California State Bar is investigating whether Robert Kardashian violated attorney-client confidentiality rules by divulging private conversations he had with O.