Private Data definition

Private Data means Behavioral Data and Personal Data.
Private Data means, collectively, Personal Data and Behavioral Data.
Private Data means data containing an individual's:

Examples of Private Data in a sentence

Decoders of Private Data shall be able to accept reserved blocks with a given Private Creator identification code at any position within the Private group specified by the blocks corresponding Private Creator Data Element.

If a sequence is itself a Private Data Element and the Items within the sequence also have Private Data Elements, then there will be Private Creator Data Elements both outside the sequence and within the sequence Items.

Encoders of Private Data Elements shall be able to dynamically assign private data to any available (unreserved) block(s) within the Private group, and specify this assignment through the blocks corresponding Private Creator Data Element(s).

Different Items may reserve the same block of Private Data Elements for different private creators.

Elimination of conflicts in Private Data Element Tags has made this distinction obsolete and this specification has been retired.


More Definitions of Private Data

Private Data means, collectively, Personal Data and Device Data.
Private Data means any data that ICERS considers private to its business and includes business sensitive information, such as financial information or business operation data.
Private Data means all data, text, content, information or other material uploaded or otherwise transmitted by a party’s customers suppliers, vendors, employees, officers, directors, Affiliates, third-parties and end-users to such party, or stored by a party’s customers suppliers, vendors, employees, officers, directors, Affiliates, third-parties and end-users on or in a party’s Products or by or through any service of a party.
Private Data means data classified as private by statute or federal law, but is accessible to the individual, including clearly offensive Criminal Investigation Data as it relates to the individual therein once the investigation becomes inactive.