The concern is that a life insurance company might turn over individually deniable medical information about a consumer to a home lending or credit card subsidiary.
In other words, covert actions are deniable activities.
We may not know the precise mechanism of the conversion in question, but if we choose to adhere to the law of energy conservation, the mere fact of such conversion is hardly deniable .
It becomes possible to launch a plausibly deniable stealth attack.
But deniability, although it can be very useful, is also highly problematic for democracies, since deniable policies by definition lack the kind of accountability democracy requires.
These images, part of a larger exhibition of photos taken from 2001-2002, begin to put a face on their staggeringly large numbers and aim to make their situation less deniable and more real.
However, that there is an opportunity to challenge sales proceedings and a limited discretion in the treasurer to determine whether to cancel the sale proceedings is not deniable .
This appears to be a political decision taken on a deniable basis with no official documentation.
How many other states could have been manipulated in plausibly deniable ways by corrupt officials?
Whether the diseased organ was infectious or not is still subject to controversy: but that the surgery relieved untold suffering is only deniable by the terminally reality-challenged.