- v. present participle of database.
“By databasing comments fields and ID3 tags, I label music for future archival organization.”
“The Globe and Times just spent millions on an SAP databasing system that will make many jobs redundant.”
“Our entire dynamic system of individual contract enforcement over time and changing individual proclivities is thus to be exchanged for a forced, immediate squabble over rights, and static databasing, right now, of determinations made by Google.”
“Will the evidence you post, will most likely be used to argue this case before the supreme court RRS, I think that the SCOTUS may see a difference between a single use on a specific phone number, and the collection and databasing of millions of phone numbers.”
“Turns out he'd hacked the RFID tags of some things to upload viruses to the RFID databases in the giant government databasing warehouses where they sinisterly track all of our movements.”
“Do we, as Aaronovitch does, take the position that CCTV and DNA databasing are valuable tools which help the police?”
“Open Source Radio did a special yesterday on the NSA's indiscriminate, illegal databasing of American citizens 'calls, revealed in an expose in yesterday's USA Today.”
“In any event, this hacking problem shows that our government, the very same government that is already collecting and databasing information on you and I and fights to the tooth for the right to spy on us, has persistent security problems.”
“I have extensive experience as a paralegal and office manager throughout the Galactic Core, and I am proficient in the most advanced holographic databasing software, as well as Microsoft Word, Powerpoint, and Excel.”
“The next Big Brother move to integrate corporations into a "Soviet Russian" model of farming complete with "massive databasing" and blocking FOIA requests.”
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