Recent Examples of intrusion from the Web
A 24-hour video surveillance system and drones watch the river for signs of intrusion.
For windows or doors that are vulnerable to intrusion from water running downhill or collecting on the ground, get ready to stake some lumber in place.
As upsetting as the situation is, this is hardly the first time Kendall has had to deal with unlawful intrusions.
Three out of four farmers and ranchers said the Department of Agriculture should represent their needs in these policy discussions, even those that generally prefer less government intrusion into their lives.
In addition, the QX30’s cabin was quiet, thanks to the extensive application of sound-absorbing materials to reduce wind, road and engine noise intrusion.
The defendants in this case caused an unjustified governmental intrusion into the Hartes’ home based on nothing more than junk science, an incompetent investigation, and a publicity stunt.
Microsoft sued Fancy Bear last year in a federal court, alleging the hacking group infringed on the company's trademarks as well as other accusations, including computer intrusion and cybersquatting.
Gary Golomb, a veteran investigator who led a probe into network intrusions that targeted the presidential campaigns of former President Barack Obama and Senator John McCain in 2008, helped design the product.
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Origin and Etymology of intrusion
First Known Use: 15th centurySee Words from the same year
INTRUSION Defined for Kids
legal Definition of intrusion
- the Fourth Amendment demands that the showing of justification match the degree of intrusion
- —Berger v. New York, 388 U.S. 41 (1968)
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