Friends don't spy; true friendship is about privacy, too.
But she has gathered that Americans, in spite of their public declarations of affection, in spite of their miniskirts and bikinis, in spite of their hand-holding on the street and lying on top of each other on the Cambridge Common, prefer their privacy.
Whatever you do, in the privacy of your own rain shower, is your own business
Tragedy, he precieved, belonged to the ancient time, to a time when there were still privacy, love, and friendship, and when the members of a family stood by one another without needing to know the reason.
And I like large parties. They're so intimate. At small parties there isn't any privacy.
Here in your mind you have complete privacy. Here there's no difference between what is and what could be.
I believe in a zone of privacy.
It's a very delicate kabuki dance that we do between privacy and security, and I think to some greater or lesser extent you need to plug into the fact that your individual privacy might damage the majority's safety.
Heather has been having problems and we are determined to get to the bottom of them as quickly as possible. It is a difficult time for all of us and I would ask that our privacy is respected.
We had raised some of the antitrust issues in our complaint, but the FTC's position was that they really did not have antitrust authority in this matter, so they were focusing solely on the privacy and security questions,
After Roberts explained his views on privacy and his legal philosophy, Sen. Joe Biden, D-Del., said, You've told me nothing, Judge. ... we are rolling the dice with you.
The risk here isn't turning courtrooms into a circus or unduly invading someone's privacy. The risk is the danger we pose to our society and our democracy when we close off our institutions to the people they're supposed to serve.
One of the worst consequences politically would be for the majority of Democrats to vote for someone who, in the near future, would overturn well-established precedents on clean air, clean water, privacy, equal opportunity and religious liberty.
I'm not sure Passport's going to fly, but in case it does we have to try to protect the privacy of the people who use it. It could end up being the largest surveillance mechanism in history.
As a result of this article, I was invited to testify in the Senate Judiciary Committee on privacy law.
Our company relies on having the trust of our users and using that information for that benefit. That's a very strong motivation for us. We're committed to that. If you start to mandate how products are designed, I think that's a really bad path to follow. I think instead we should have laws that protect the privacy of data, for example, from government requests and other kinds of requests.
I guess that would be Indian, in a way. We are used to no privacy. We are used to a lot of people in a room, sleeping on mattresses.
We think these women had a reasonable expectation of privacy. It's against the law in California to secretly videotape employees while they're changing clothes, and there's no exception in the law for Hooters.
But Privacy Council CEO Larry Ponemon took a different tack in a conference call with reporters. I feel like the lone soldier attacking the hill, ... We don't see Passport as a large privacy issue here. Quite frankly, folks, Passport itself is not creating the kinds of privacy problems that are being advanced by EPIC (Electronic Privacy Information Center) and others.
The intent of the house was to be an urban villa. A house that has interior privacy, both indoors and outdoors. A central courtyard with three sides. A place we could do a lot of entertaining.
It's evidence that privacy is not being taken seriously. The guidance is very clear.
By pleading guilty to these charges, our father has once again sacrificed his own interests for us. He knows that this trial, with the media attention that has accompanied it, would place our lives in the public eye, denying us any privacy whatsoever.
While the U. S. president has an e-mail address and favors preventing taxation of Internet commerce, the U. S. government has, in fact, hurt the industry by imposing brain-dead legislation on privacy and the export of encryption, ... And outside of the U. S., I worry about taxation of Internet commerce. It's logical to assume that governments will want a piece of the action.
If you choose to let people know what you're listening to, that's your business. If they do it without your permission, it's an invasion of privacy.
The conservative Leo took comfort in Roberts's answers. Schumer pressed him very hard on accepting the word 'general' in the context of right to privacy, and he refused to do so, ... That says something very meaningful about the way in which he thinks about the right to privacy.
We may well be living in a new era here in terms of governments and data flow. This subpoena could, if fulfilled as originally requested, definitely compromise the privacy of quite a few people.
If you look at Griswold, what you can see is the first time the Court recognized the right to privacy, which ends up becoming ultimately the right to abortion.
Identity management is key to ensure trust, privacy and security as well as to facilitate collaboration and improve analytics.
The pretentiously -- named ensuite bathroom is a major factor in divorce. Privacy is paramount in marriage.
As a social good, I think privacy is greatly overrated because privacy basically means concealment. People conceal things in order to fool other people about them. They want to appear healthier than they are, smarter, more honest and so forth.