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anonymous

(ă-non′ĭ-mŭs) [Gr. anōnymos, nameless]
1. Unidentified or unnamed.
2. Shielded from the view of others; private.
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Or alternatively call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.
9) In other words, we can construe Anonymously Processed Information to mean personal data that is anonymized or otherwise processed so that there is a reduced possibility that the person can be identified.
Although anyone can opt out of having their details on the widelyavailable open electoral register, they are entered in the full register available to view in council offices unless they have been allowed to register anonymously.
A hoard of more than 300 bladed items has been anonymously handed in to Cleveland Police
Leak also showcases the best mails on their website anonymously and users can even subscribe for "the best leaks of the week, delivered every Monday in your inbox.
According to Mashable, a new mobile messaging app, dubbed Truth, has been developed to help the user anonymously flirt or criticize people on his or her contact list.
The public will be directed to a webpage which discusses aspects of rural crime such as poaching, harecoursing, theft of oil, metal and machinery and highlights what we need to look out for and how to safely give information anonymously via Crimestoppers.
Secret, the mobile app that lets people share their secrets anonymously, will be raising $10 million of venture capital in a financing round headed by Google Ventures, according to sources familiar with the agreement.
Muscat, Mar 20 (ONA) The annual General Assembly of Al Omaniya Financial Services anonymously approved a proposal to distribute (15%) cash dividends of the capital, or 15 Baises for each share.
Employees are anonymously tagged using thermal sensors when they enter the bathroom.
The task is a written verbal test which is graded non anonymously by their teacher, in a random half of the classrooms, and graded anonymously by an external examiner in the other random half of the classrooms.
Supt Graham Yip, of Merseyside Police, said: "Working with the ECHO in this way offers people the opportunity to give information anonymously and remain confident that the police will act on all information that is offered - no matter how small.