- adj. Not secure.
- non- + secure (Wiktionary)
“The shackling policy even applied to youths being held at what are known as nonsecure facilities.”
“An environment suffers a "nonsecure" state, and the security team wants to promote a transition to a "secure" state”
“I list them in no particular order: Porous e-mail communications, an Internet with infinite recall across time and geographical space, search engines that can pick you out from among millions, nonsecure cellphone communications, video cameras in lobbies and banks and on streets and roofs, data accumulation centers with knowledge of everything from our health defects to bank balances -- and the like.”
“Nearly all of the youths in nonsecure facilities have been placed there for the equivalent of nonviolent misdemeanor offenses, like truancy, graffiti or petty theft, and most are under 16 years old.”
“From the information we have gathered from radio chatter on nonsecure lines, it is safe to assume that they have put up a forward camp in this vicinity to find us.”
“The list goes on: A lack of support staff is so severe it forces SEC attorneys to send confidential documents to nonsecure copy shops.”
“The government's case against Lee revolves around charges that he downloaded nuclear-weapons secrets to a nonsecure computer and then stored them on 10 computer tapes, seven of which are now missing.”
“When an assistant asked if information on Wilson's trip could be shared with the press to rebut the charge that Cheney had sent Wilson to Niger (an allegation never made by Wilson, who had said that his trip was a response to a request that had come to the CIA from Cheney's office), Libby told his aide that he could not talk about this topic on a nonsecure telephone line.”
“It is a disorganized, nonsecure, partisan piecemeal system.”
“Which is relative, of course, since nonsecure HTTP in many ways is more shielded from potential interceptors than paper mail.”
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