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  • noun Plural form of blacklist.

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Examples

  • These have all been lists -- commonly referred to as blacklists or whitelists -- containing names and personal information with the expressed and unapologetic intent of punishing and striking fear.

    Jorge-Mario Cabrera: Blacklisting Immigration Reform

  • These have all been lists -- commonly referred to as blacklists or whitelists -- containing names and personal information with the expressed and unapologetic intent of punishing and striking fear.

    Jorge-Mario Cabrera: Blacklisting Immigration Reform

  • It might be harder to create such offensive programs if one never manually defines data - no URLs, no word blacklists, no specific colors or tunes - and additionally never has manual results quality evaluations, though it's still not impossible.

    Google Blogoscoped

  • By and large, I am against the idea of blacklists because they are often not fast enough to purge non-malicious actors from their databases.

    SecurityFocus News

  • By and large, I am against the idea of blacklists because they are often not fast enough to purge non-malicious actors from their databases.

    SecurityFocus News

  • The Labour government has been criticised for passing a law banning the practice of so-called blacklists in 1999, but then, in a U-turn, deciding not to take the final step of implementing the law on the grounds that "there was no hard evidence that blacklisting was occurring".

    The Guardian World News

  • The Labour government has been criticised for passing a law banning the practice of so-called blacklists in 1999, but then, in a U-turn, deciding not to take the final step of implementing the law on the grounds that "there was no hard evidence that blacklisting was occurring".

    Personal finance and money news, analysis and comment | guardian.co.uk

  • The Labour government has been criticised for passing a law banning the practice of so-called blacklists in 1999, but then, in a U-turn, deciding not to take the final step of implementing the law on the grounds that "there was no hard evidence that blacklisting was occurring".

    rabble.ca - News for the rest of us

  • The Labour government has been criticised for passing a law banning the practice of so-called blacklists in 1999, but then, in a U-turn, deciding not to take the final step of implementing the law on the grounds that "there was no hard evidence that blacklisting was occurring".

    rabble.ca - News for the rest of us

  • Some counterterrorism officials say the blacklists are a vital, if imperfect, tool in fighting al-Qaeda and other groups -- particularly the U.N. sanctions program, which is the only one that governments and banks are compelled to enforce worldwide.

    PrairiePundit

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