Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of databank.

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Examples

  • Private blood samples are also not indexed or released to the national stem cell databanks, meaning that a potential stem cell recipient would never know that they had a perfect match sitting in a private bank.

    Brain Blogger

  • Acronyms like "NIMD: Novel Intelligence from Massive Data" win budget dollars by promising the impossible, all the while vacuuming up and storing non-relevant personal data into hundreds of burgeoning intelligence databanks -- electronic haystacks with few or no findable needles.

    Coleen Rowley: Could WikiLeaks Have Helped Thwart 9/11?

  • I'm sure that everything I type in Chrome will feed Google's databanks.

    Google Chrome 2 Brings New Features And Serious Speed | Lifehacker Australia

  • It describes the possibility of also using "information from social network websites, information from credit bureaus, information from search engines, information about insurance claims, information from DNA databanks," and other sources.

    Using Credit Cards to Target Web Ads

  • Acronyms like "NIMD: Novel Intelligence from Massive Data" win budget dollars by promising the impossible, all the while vacuuming up and storing non-relevant personal data into hundreds of burgeoning intelligence databanks -- electronic haystacks with few or no findable needles.

    Coleen Rowley: Could WikiLeaks Have Helped Thwart 9/11?

  • Acronyms like "NIMD: Novel Intelligence from Massive Data" win budget dollars by promising the impossible, all the while vacuuming up and storing non-relevant personal data into hundreds of burgeoning intelligence databanks -- electronic haystacks with few or no findable needles.

    Coleen Rowley: Could WikiLeaks Have Helped Thwart 9/11?

  • The commission opened an investigation in July last year into concerns that IBM may be abusing its dominant market position in the area of mainframe computers, the powerful databanks used by large companies and institutions to store and process key information.

    EU Ends Investigation Into IBM Mainframes

  • Acronyms like "NIMD: Novel Intelligence from Massive Data" win budget dollars by promising the impossible, all the while vacuuming up and storing non-relevant personal data into hundreds of burgeoning intelligence databanks -- electronic haystacks with few or no findable needles.

    Coleen Rowley: Could WikiLeaks Have Helped Thwart 9/11?

  • Acronyms like "NIMD: Novel Intelligence from Massive Data" win budget dollars by promising the impossible, all the while vacuuming up and storing non-relevant personal data into hundreds of burgeoning intelligence databanks -- electronic haystacks with few or no findable needles.

    Coleen Rowley: Could WikiLeaks Have Helped Thwart 9/11?

  • Merlino will be on the Ontario sex offender registry for 20 years, and who knows how long her DNA will stay in the federal databanks.

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