Confidence Sample Clauses

Confidence. Executive Officer shall hold in confidence for the benefit of the Company all secret or confidential information, knowledge or data relating to the Company and its businesses, which shall have been obtained by Executive Officer in the course of Executive Officer’s employment by the Company and which shall not be public knowledge (other than by acts by Executive Officer in violation of this Agreement) (“Confidential Information”). Whether before or after termination of the Executive Officer’s employment with the Company, Executive Officer shall not, without the prior written consent of the Company, communicate, use or divulge any Confidential Information, other than to the Company and to those persons or entities designated by the Company or as otherwise is reasonably necessary for Executive Officer to carry out his or her responsibilities as an executive of the Company. Confidential Information shall not include information which is required to be disclosed pursuant to law, provided Executive Officer uses reasonable efforts to give the Company reasonable notice of such required disclosure.
Confidence. Representative covenants and agrees that he will not, without the written consent of FSC (except as required in the course of his employment with FSC) while in the employ of FSC, communicate or divulge to or use for the benefit of himself or any other person, firm, organization or corporation, confidential information relating to the identity and affairs of the customers of FSC or other confidential matters possessed, owned or used by FSC that may have been communicated or acquired by Representative in the course of or as a result of his employment with FSC. All records and files, memoranda, reports, documents and the like relating to the business of FSC which Representative shall use or prepare or come into contact with shall remain the sole property of FSC and must be returned along with the employee’s credit cards and other items which have been provided for his use while employed by FSC, as provided for in Paragraph No. 3.
Confidence. Neither of the parties hereto shall unless compelled so to do by any court of competent jurisdiction either before or after the termination of this Agreement disclose to any person (other than a Director, Officer, Auditor or Accountant of the party) not authorised by the relevant party to receive the same any information relating to such party or to the affairs, of such party of which the party disclosing the same shall have become possessed during the period of the Agreement and each party shall use its best endeavours to prevent any such disclosure as aforesaid.
Confidence refers to information protected by the client-lawyer privilege under applicable law, and “secret” refers to other information gained in the professional relationship that the client has requested be held inviolate or the disclosure of which would be embarrassing or would be likely to be detrimental to the client.
Confidence. Contractor shall take all reasonable precautions, including requiring personnel engaged in work on the Project to execute Agreements substantially similar to this Section 9, to keep confidential all information turned over to contractor by Sponsor, Sponsor's interest in the Project, and all Technical Data as defined in Section 6 hereof, and shall not disclose nor allow its personnel to disclose any such information or Technical Data to third persons, and shall not publish nor allow its personnel to publish any such information or Technical Data; provided, however, that the obligations of this Section 9 shall not apply (a) in any case where prior written approval is obtained from Sponsor's President or (b) to the extent that such information or Technical Data (i) is generally available to the public, otherwise than as a consequence of a breach of Contractor's obligations hereunder to maintain such matters in confidence, or (ii) is already in contractor's written records prior to the date of this Agreement. Such approval shall not be unreasonably withheld.
Confidence. The Parties will provide each other with any information which they can dispose of and which is useful for them to carry out their obligations under this agreement. The Parties take care that any confidential information or any information restricted to authorized persons will not be distributed to unauthorized persons or the public.
Confidence. The greatest projects and schemes die for no grander reasons than that we don’t dare. Confidence isn’t arrogance, it’s based on a constant awareness of how short life is and how little we ultimately lose from risking everything.Published in The Telegraph 4 February 2013Alain de Botton also co-founded an educational company called School of Life17HUMANIST VALUES Philip Nathan’s two-volume Living Humanism: A Guide to Personal Conduct and Action for the 21st Century and Beyond (2018) sets out 52 humanist principles with extensive commentary. Core Principles1. Act to support and promote your own well- being and the well-being of all others.2. Act to reduce and prevent pain and suffering for yourself and for all others. Additional Fundamental Principles1. Use rationality, reason, evidence then action, to support the achievement of your more personal goals and the goals of your families, communities, societies and of our broader humanity.2. Use your passions, emotions and instincts to help achieve your personal well-being and to support the well-being of others.3. Acknowledge yourself as both and individualand a social being.4. Treat all people primarily as individuals having equal and individual core value and validity, worthy of receiving equal and individual respect, worthy of receiving equal core individual rights, fairness and justice, and exercising core individual responsibilities.5. Take responsibility for yourself, for others, for our communities, societies, and for our broader humanity. 6. Have regard to, be mindful of, and take care of the non-human world.7. Aim to be efficient and effective in supporting your personal well-being and the well-being of others.More specific principles1. Act with honesty and integrity in your personal, family, work and public life.2. Resolve differences and disputes wherever possible through discussion, cooperation, mutual understanding and respect.3. Never pursue revenge.Living Humanism is available from Troubador: Email books@troubador.co.uk18HUMANIST VALUES 4. Do not use aggressive violence; do your utmost to avoid taking physical action against others; and do your utmost to prevent others taking part in and engaging in aggressive violence.5. Develop your personal skills, your understanding and knowledge about both yourself and the world around you.6. Be a participant not just an observer.7. Work to ensure your independence, freedom and autonomy and support the independence, freedom and autonomy of others.8. Pursue ju...
Confidence. We will hold in confidence all information concerning you or your affairs that we acquire during the course of acting for you. We will not disclose any of this information to any other person except: a to the extent necessary or desirable to enable us to carry out your instructions; or b as expressly or impliedly agreed by you; orc as necessary to protect our interests in respect of any complaint or dispute; or d to the extent required or permitted by law.
Confidence. How confident they were while making the selection. We used a five-point scale: Fully confident (value 5)- Fully unsure (1). (3) Rationale: The reason of their selection in one or more sentences. In addition, we logged the time it took for each developer to complete a task under each setting.TABLE VIProgression of learning from Stack Overflow to Opiner P2. Industrial Adoption After a developer completed the tasks, we asked her to share her experience of using Opiner:• Usage: Would you use Opiner in your development tasks?• Usability: How usable is Opiner?• Improvement: How would you like Opiner to be improved? The developers were asked to write as much as they can.