INVASION OF PRIVACY. 57.01 The Employer agrees there will be no monitoring of electronic communication of employees, other than is reasonably required for billing, security reasons and systems integrity.
INVASION OF PRIVACY. The Employer agrees there will be no monitoring of electronic communication of employees, other than is reasonably required for billing, security reasons and systems integrity. ACADEMIC FREEDOMS AND RESPONSIBILITIES
INVASION OF PRIVACY. No pictures/videos/audio are to be taken in restrooms, locker rooms or classrooms or of staff or students without permisison. Video/audio/photography may be used only for educational purposes with the consent of the instructor 20. Class disruption–student sent out of class. Student will meet with Principal regarding action.
INVASION OF PRIVACY. I.C. 35-46-1-15.1. A person who knowingly or intentionally violates a protective order, no contact order, workplace violence restraining order, or a similar order issued by a court of another state or Indian tribe, commits the crime of Invasion of Privacy, a Class A misdemeanor. If the person has prior unrelated conviction for Invasion of Privacy, the crime is a Class D felony.


  • Protection of Privacy Act You acknowledge that all or part of the information you are required to keep, may be information deemed to be under the control of the LDB and may be subject to the provisions of Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act if a request is made to the LDB for such information.

  • No Expectation of Privacy The Student and parent/guardian signing below agree that if the Student uses the Internet through the District’s access, that the Student waives any right to privacy the Student may have for such use. The Student and the parent/guardian agree that the district may monitor the Student’s use of the District’s Internet Access and may also examine all system activities the Student participates in, including but not limited to e-mail, voice, and video transmissions, to ensure proper use of the system. The District may share such transmissions with the Student’s parents/guardians.

  • Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act ‌ The Supplier acknowledges that the City is subject to the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act (British Columbia), which imposes significant obligations on the City’s contractors to protect all personal information acquired from the City in the course of providing any service to the City.

  • Protection of Private Information Contractor has read and agrees to the terms set forth in San Francisco Administrative Code Sections 12M.2, “Nondisclosure of Private Information,” and 12M.3, “Enforcement” of Administrative Code Chapter 12M, “Protection of Private Information,” which are incorporated herein as if fully set forth. Contractor agrees that any failure of Contactor to comply with the requirements of Section 12M.2 of this Chapter shall be a material breach of the Contract. In such an event, in addition to any other remedies available to it under equity or law, the City may terminate the Contract, bring a false claim action against the Contractor pursuant to Chapter 6 or Chapter 21 of the Administrative Code, or debar the Contractor.

  • DATA PROTECTION AND PRIVACY 14.1 In addition to Supplier’s obligations under Sections 6, 9, 10, and 15, Supplier will comply with this Section 14 when processing Accenture Personal Data. "

  • Compliance with Privacy Code The parties acknowledge that the Warrant Agent may, in the course of providing services hereunder, collect or receive financial and other personal information about such parties and/or their representatives, as individuals, or about other individuals related to the subject matter hereof, and use such information for the following purposes:

  • Data Privacy (a) State Street will implement and maintain a written information security program that contains appropriate security measures generally consistent with industry standard practices aligned with a security framework appropriate for a large financial services company to safeguard the personal information of the Trusts’ shareholders, employees, directors and officers that State Street receives, stores, maintains, processes or otherwise accesses in connection with the provision of services hereunder. The term, ''personal information", as used in this Section, means (a) an individual's name (first initial and last name or first name and last name), address or telephone number plus (i) Social Security or other tax identification number, (ii) driver's license number, (iii) state identification card number, (iv) debit or credit card number, (v) financial account number or (vi) personal identification number or password that would permit access to a person's account, (b) any combination of any of the foregoing that would allow a person to log onto or access an individual's account, or (c) any other non-public personal information within the meaning of applicable law or regulation. "Personal Information" shall not include information that is lawfully obtained from publicly available information, or from federal, state or local government records lawfully made available to the general public (except to the extent applicable law in a particular jurisdiction does not exclude such publicly available information from protection as personal information).”

  • GENERAL OFFER OF PRIVACY TERMS Operator may, by signing the attached Form of General Offer of Privacy Terms (General Offer, attached as Exhibit E), be bound by the terms of this DPA to any other LEA who signs the acceptance in said Exhibit.

  • Compliance with Data Privacy Laws The Company and its subsidiaries are, and at all prior times were, in material compliance with all applicable state and federal data privacy and security laws and regulations, including without limitation HIPAA, and the Company and its subsidiaries have taken commercially reasonable actions to prepare to comply with, and since May 25, 2018, have been and currently are in compliance with, the European Union General Data Protection Regulation (“GDPR”) (EU 2016/679) (collectively, the “Privacy Laws”). To ensure compliance with the Privacy Laws, the Company and its subsidiaries have in place, comply with, and take appropriate steps reasonably designed to ensure compliance in all material respects with their policies and procedures relating to data privacy and security and the collection, storage, use, disclosure, handling, and analysis of Personal Data (the “Policies”). The Company and its subsidiaries have at all times made all disclosures to users or customers required by applicable laws and regulatory rules or requirements, and none of such disclosures made or contained in any Policy have, to the knowledge of the Company, been inaccurate or in violation of any applicable laws and regulatory rules or requirements in any material respect. The Company further certifies that neither it nor any subsidiary: (i) has received notice of any actual or potential liability under or relating to, or actual or potential violation of, any of the Privacy Laws, and has no knowledge of any event or condition that would reasonably be expected to result in any such notice; (ii) is currently conducting or paying for, in whole or in part, any investigation, remediation, or other corrective action pursuant to any Privacy Law; or (iii) is a party to any order, decree, or agreement that imposes any obligation or liability under any Privacy Law.

  • Preservation of Privilege Nothing contained in this Agreement or any Consent Judgment, and no act required to be performed pursuant to this Agreement or any Consent Judgment, is intended to constitute, cause, or effect any waiver (in whole or in part) of any attorney-client privilege, work product protection, or common interest/joint defense privilege, and each Party and Participating Subdivision agrees that it shall not make or cause to be made in any forum any assertion to the contrary.