Black's 7th (†419)Black's Law Dictionary – 7th ed. (West, 1999).
- anonymous (s.v. "anonymous"): Not named or identified. (†587)
- blind trust : A trust in which the settlor places investments under the control of an independent trustee, usu. to avoid a conflict of interest. (†774)
- hearsay (p. 726): Traditionally, testimony that is given by a witness who relates not what he or she knows personally, but what others have said, and that is therefore dependent on the credibility of someone other than the witness. (†530)
- privacy (s.v. "right of privacy"): 1. The right to personal autonomy. · the U.S. Constitution does not explicitly provide for a right to privacy, but the Supreme Court has repeatedly ruled that this right is implied in the "zones of privacy" created by specific constitutional guarantees. – 2. The right of a person and the person's property to be free from unwarranted public scrutiny or exposure. (†532)
- privacy (s.v. "invasion of privacy"): An unjustified exploitation of one's personality or intrusion into one's personal activities, actionable under tort law and sometimes constitutional law. · The four types of invasion in tort are 1) an appropriation, for one's benefit, of another's name or likeness, 2) an offensive, intentional interference with a person's seclusion or private affairs, 3), the public disclosure, of an objectionable nature, of private information about another, and 4) the use of publicity to place another in a false light in the public eye. (†533)
- pseudonym (s.v. "pseudonym"): n. A fictitious name or identity. (†596)