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Breach

A violation. For trade and legal contexts, see breach of concession agreement and breach of contract.
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Of the 47 programs that breached, 18 programs breached more than one time.
Notify individuals whose data had been breached in accordance with federal and state laws.
In all, the ITRC found about 36 million records were potentially breached in 2008, based on figures derived from the notification letters and information provided by breached entities.
This is clearly problematic, as failure to assess how many people are falsely breached and then financially penalised prevents accurate analysis of this policy.
While it is encouraging to see the both number of reported higher education breaches and records breached significantly down from 2011, security and operations personnel should not relax their data security efforts," said Alex Rothacker, Director of Security Research, AppSecInc's TeamSHATTER.
The retail industry had more data records compromised than any other industry during the second quarter, with more than 145 million records stolen or lost, or 83 percent of all data records breached.
The Department of Labor investigated the loss and stated in a 1994 letter that P and D had breached their fiduciary duties in violation of the Employee Retirement Income Security Act of 1974 (ERISA).
The statute provides that when a landlord (here the co-op) seeks to recover possession of a residential unit based upon a claim that the tenant (here the shareholder DeCastro) has breached a provision of the lease (non payment of maintenance charges) the court must grant a ten day stay after judgment, during which time the tenant May correct such breach.
With the increasing frequency and size of data breaches, it's clear that being breached is inevitable and perhaps only a matter of time.
After completing a portion of the construction, the contractor left the project and sued the owner claiming that the owner breached the contract by failing to make progress payments, as well as payments for change orders and utilities.
The IdentityHawk(SM) 2011 Semiannual Identity Breach Report summarized 104,003,513 personal online identity records breached in the last six months, showing 84,527,737 more personal records breached in the first half of 2011than in all of 2010.
Among respondents that discontinued their relationship with the breached company, the top two ways that would have prevented them from discontinuing the relationship was a sincere apology and an offer of free identity protection and credit monitoring services.