Electronic Communications Privacy Act (ECPA) Of 1986

Electronic Communications Privacy Act (ECPA) Of 1986,

How To Define Electronic Communications Privacy Act (ECPA) Of 1986?

The definition of Electronic Communications Privacy Act (ECPA) Of 1986 is: Prohibits electronic or electronic service providers from disclosing information relating to customer communications, unless such disclosure is expressly authorized by court order, mourning, court order or other exceptions. Disclosure of this false information will result in a penalty for the provider. However, the ECPA offers a safe haven for service providers who do not adequately disclose information as a result of court orders, mourning claims or court orders.

Literal Meanings of Electronic Communications Privacy Act (ECPA) Of 1986

Electronic:

Meanings of Electronic:
  1. (Devices) that contain or use many small components, including microchips and transistors that conduct and conduct electricity.

  2. About electrons.

  3. Developed or accessible by computer or other electronic device, especially on a network.

Sentences of Electronic
  1. Electronic calculator

  2. Nuclear physics, in particular, involves the study of the electronic components of atoms.

  3. Electronic banking system

Synonyms of Electronic

unmanned, preprogrammed, mechanical, computerized, mechanized, electronic, push-button, automated, robotic

Communications:

Meanings of Communications:
  1. Exchange or exchange information through speech, writing or other means.

  2. Means sending or receiving information such as telephone lines or computers.

  3. Transport equipment or means of transport, such as roads or railways.

Sentences of Communications
  1. Television is an effective means of communication

  2. Satellite communications

  3. A city with excellent road and rail communications

Synonyms of Communications

imparting, passing on, routes, disclosure, handing on, transmission, divulgence, services, links, reporting, presenting, relay, conveying, conveyance, connections, divulgation

Privacy:

Meanings of Privacy:
  1. State or state not to be observed or disturbed by other people.

Sentences of Privacy
  1. He returned to the privacy of his own home

Synonyms of Privacy

peacefulness, lack of interruption, peace, solitude, retirement, seclusion, freedom from interference, isolation, quietness, privateness, peace and quiet, lack of disturbance

Act:

Meanings of Act:
  1. The written rules of Congress or other legislatures are laws.

  2. The main part of a drama, ballet or opera.

Sentences of Act
  1. He called on Washington to act

  2. They follow the person who is acting suspiciously

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

Synonyms of Act

have an impact on, affectation, work on, ruling, dictate, exploit, enterprise, go ahead, take steps, have an effect on, exert influence on, alter, change, take the initiative, react, undertaking, ordinance, bit, segment, mandate, be one of the cast, proceed, facade, take part, charade, stunt, direction, Act of Parliament

Of:

Meanings of Of:
  1. State age

  2. Indicates an association between two organizations, usually an association.

  3. Express the relationship between the author, the artist or the composer and their work.

  4. It shows the relationship between the address and the historical landmark.

  5. Express the relationship between a general type or type and the specific items that fall into this category.

  6. Derived from or associated with a verb.

  7. This is followed by a noun which indicates the title of the verb on which the first noun is written.

  8. This is followed by a noun that represents the object of the verb on which the first noun is placed.

  9. With an action that expresses a state of mind.

  10. Give reasons

  11. Expression of anger

  12. Almost every afternoon

  13. in the evening.

Sentences of Of
  1. Behind the car

  2. days of the week

  3. A series of programs

  4. Very easy

  5. a lot of money

Synonyms of Of

done by, carried out by, made by, from, in, of, caused by