E-Media Wrongful Act (Cybercoverage)

E-Media Wrongful Act (Cybercoverage),

What Does E-Media Wrongful Act (Cybercoverage) Mean?

Coverage Some network security liability insurance policies may include negligence, failure or negligence on the part of the insurer resulting in copyright, trademark or service marks, infringement, improper position, confidentiality. Violations of rights, employment, theft, loss of reputation and other risks, which are described in the relevant guidelines. This policyholder may also protect the policyholder if the policyholder hijacks or distorts third party Internet content. This includes meta tags, website names and domains, and other cyber information.

Literal Meanings of E-Media Wrongful Act (Cybercoverage)


Meanings of E:
  1. Euro or Euro.

  2. An electron

  3. The transcendental number, which is the basis of the natural or natural logarithm, is approximately equal to 2. 2.71828.

  4. The fifth letter of the alphabet

  5. In the form of a capital letter E.

  6. The third note of the C major ditonic scale.

  7. West east.

  8. Easter

  9. Ecstasy pills or ecstasy pills.

  10. Engineer or engineer.

  11. English


Meanings of Media:
  1. Central mass media (broadcasting, publishing and the Internet) are considered together.

  2. Middle plural

  3. Intermediate layer on the walls of blood vessels or lymph vessels.

  4. The Caspian Sea is the oldest region in southwest Asia, roughly equivalent to what is now Azerbaijan, northwestern Iran, and northeastern Iraq. The region, originally inhabited by the Medes, became part of 550 BC. Conquered. Cyrus of the Great Persia

Sentences of Media
  1. The claim has been published


Meanings of Wrongful:
  1. (Act) which is not fair, equitable or legal.

Sentences of Wrongful
  1. Penangkapan's false arrest is being prosecuted by police

Synonyms of Wrongful

indefensible, undeserved, unwarranted, uncalled for, unjustified, unlawful, unnecessary, unreasonable, unfair, unjust, inappropriate, ■■■■■■■, illegitimate, illicit, improper, groundless, undue


Meanings of Act:
  1. Take action, do something.

  2. Follow the prompts.

  3. The process has a special effect.

  4. Play a fictional role in a drama, movie or television production.

  5. One thing acted.

  6. An excuse.

  7. Legislation includes a written order from Congress or another legislature.

  8. The core of a play, ballet or opera.

Sentences of Act
  1. Appeal to Washington to work

  2. They are following the person who is making the suspicious move

  3. Blood samples are tested to determine how the ■■■■ works in the body.

  4. He made his professional debut at the age of six.

  5. He jokes and laughs a lot

  6. End of slavery

  7. The first action

Synonyms of Act

fiat, do something, front, decree, ordinance, go ahead, be one of the cast, component, play a part, transform, gesture, charade, influence, perform, false display, proclamation, make a move, appear, dictum, work on, impact on, stunt, achievement, change