- a tending to intrude (especially upon privacy)
she felt her presence there was intrusive
- a of rock material; forced while molten into cracks between layers of other rock
- a thrusting inward
an intrusive arm of the sea
- The ads are intrusive, and navigation's a drag.
- The inspections were designed from the outset as a necessary intrusive instrument to ensure the elimination of banned Iraqi programs.
- In addition, he said, there could be protocols for intrusive monitoring.
News & Articles
- Defensive spying
I don’t believe for one minute that the National Security Agency’s intrusive domestic spying on American citizens somehow foiled attacks on the NYSE or the NYC subways. If for no other reason that there is not a politician in the world who would keep that kind of success to him- or herself.
June 21, 2013 - Miami Herald
- Eugene Robinson: Hang up on phone tracking
From the evidence so far, there's no good reason to let the National Security Agency continue its massively intrusive practice of logging our private phone calls. Congress should pull the plug.
June 21, 2013 - Memphis Commercial Appeal
- Journalists don’t all back federal ‘shield law’ idea
The First Amendment gives news gatherers broad protection from an intrusive government.
June 20, 2013 - Fort Worth Star-Telegram
- Sergey Brin in Internet Ad Sales (press release)
It has been our vision to make Internet advertising better - less intrusive, more effective, and more useful. Together with DoubleClick, Google will make the Internet more efficient for end users, advertisers, and publishers,said Sergey Brin,...
- Nick Clegg in The Guardian
The deputy prime minister, Nick Clegg, said: "The wasteful, bureaucratic and intrusive ID card system represents everything that has been wrong with government in recent years."