use proscription in a sentence.
From my impression of this article, detailing a former executive's proscription to saving Nokia, Nokia has very bureaucratic and change-adverse middle management layer.
Keep your moral proscriptions to your self.
Educational but I think some of these proscriptions are a little stodgy.
I wonder if Amish financing is Biblical, following the proscription against usury.
Many ancient religious proscriptions have their basis in correlations to healthy living.
What you describe is the unintended consequence of thinking that we can legislate ethics by continuing to pile on detailed proscriptions or requirements within our laws.
However, it is important to realize that in the case of computer networks, "the law" hasn't done the requisite work to analyze the domain and create appropriately scoped proscriptions.
To quote Steven Brust, "The relationship between ends and means isn't one of justification, it's one of proscription.
There are religious proscriptions against doing work on the Sabbath (for Jews, beginning Friday at sundown and lasting until Saturday evening).
If you qualify it as "any third party", I really doubt the proscriptions over disclosing specific FISC or NSL orders apply.