- derogatory Fear, uncertainty, and doubt, a marketing strategy involving the spread of worrisome information about a competing product.
“This harms him, as I've even seen the term FUD been coined up against him.”
“I just would like the news folks to realize that inciting panic and fuelling FUD is not a good thing.”
“He takes on both BillBoard and BillGates for their recent FUD (if you can call it FUD).”
“This is just more FUD from the MS backed mobile audio player market trying to force the WMA standard on everyone.”
“Bush's heavy-weather FUD is whistle-blown by EPA leak”
“The most insidious thing about this genre of anti-WiFi FUD is that it attacks the idea of anonymity online, as though allowing people to anonymously access the Internet was an irresponsible activity that can only serve the interests of terrorists, child pornographers and warez d00ds.”
“Tang, a software engineer, says there's a lot of "FUD" -- fear, uncertainty and doubt -- about EVs.”
“Canonical Strikes Back at Microsoft's Linux 'FUD' - Canonical, the company behind Ubuntu Linux, has struck back at claims made by Microsoft's Brandon LeBlanc about Windows 'success in netbooks compared to Linux.”
“By pretty much volunteering to be the test case for this they’re going to lead the entire hobby games industry into realizing their legal rights and not living in FUD of Wizards and their “licensing” any more.”
“Alejandro asked in a comment today whether yesterday’s Microsoft FUD is SAD post had been deleted?”
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you know that thing where the Eskimos have 50 words for snow?
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