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- n. Alternative spelling of greylist.
- v. Alternative spelling of greylist.
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In a "graylist," the OECD listed an additional 38 territories as those that "have committed to the internationally agreed tax standard, but have not yet substantially implemented" the measures.
But there is also a 'graylist' and 'whitelist' of countries that could potentially impact
Personally, I find that between the blacklist/graylist and the open proxy checks, WordPress catches most of the spam on its own.
As much as they scream "McCarthyism," there is a "graylist" there that sees people not get hired because they don't toe the Leftist line.
For example, Bert Preluksy uses a bit of history to clarify some myths about the McCarthy era and the blacklist, then These days, there is another blacklist taking place, but they're calling it a graylist because the victims are scriptwriters who made the stupid career decision of allowing themselves to become gray-haired or, in some distinguished cases, even bald.
Conservative novelist Andrew Klavan likewise groused last year in the Washington Post, "Hollywood moviemakers … have been telling lies - loudly, constantly and almost always in support of a left-wing point of view … (For conservatives) the door is shut, the fix is in, and the blacklist - or least a graylist - is alive and well."
And of course, it’s rare that any of the first few ever show up anyways, because at least 99% of those are caught the standard WordPress graylist/blacklist functions.