Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Straining; defecating: used in compounds.
- v. present participle of filter.
“He also said he realizes that "we've got a very small window to really get things right," and that there are a lot of other competitors trying to solve the same problem Digg is, which he described as filtering the firehose of information that comes from Twitter and Facebook and other social-media services.”
“Yes, but mandatory ISP filtering is somewhat unusual here in the US ....”
“A close look at Audible Magic ` s technology suggests that its filtering is no silver bullet.”
“Everyone thinks mandatory Internet filtering is stupid”
“Your claim is, race is the third most common restriction used in filtering matches for dating services (after gender and age) israce.”
“The most common restriction used in filtering matches for dating services (after gender and age) is race.”
“The most common restriction used in filtering matches for dating services (after gender and age) israce.”
“Is there any evidence at this stage that content filtering is something that people will pay for on the Internet?”
“The problem with ISP-filtering is that it inherently requires them to employ technology to perform an inherently non-technological function.”
“But even leaving that aside, as tech reporter Declan McCullagh observes, the scanning and filtering is done automatically in a split second and the results are not retained.”
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