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hyperregulation

Definitions

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  • noun excessive regulation

Etymologies

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hyper- +‎ regulation

Examples

  • The Manifesto Club, which campaigns against "the hyperregulation of everyday life", says music and comedy clubs, the Women's Institute, student societies and political campaigners have been on the receiving end as more than a quarter of councils have used the Clean Neighbourhoods and Environment Act 2005 to crackdown on public leafleting.

    Councils' crackdown on leafleting is 'a blow to liberty', says campaign group

  • Reading Issa's agenda, he seems to alternate between seeking less government interference (as in his probe of "government hyperregulation" of business) or more (as in his inquiry about "government strategy for combating" Wikileaks) -- depending on how he can best stick it to the Democrats.

    Is Darrell Issa the new Joe McCarthy?

  • The Manifesto Club, which campaigns against "the hyperregulation of everyday life", says music and comedy clubs, the Women's Institute, student societies and political campaigners have been on the receiving end as more than a quarter of councils have used the Clean Neighbourhoods and Environment Act 2005 to crackdown on public leafleting.

    Councils' crackdown on leafleting is 'a blow to liberty', says campaign group

  • It suffers from hypertaxation and hyperregulation, as well as from the excessive power of the trade unions.

    Can Paulson Muster the Support

  • It suffers from hypertaxation and hyperregulation, as well as from the excessive power of the trade unions.

    The Italian Fix

  • A story that developed over the holiday break was shocking only if you've fallen asleep for 50 years and awoken in a seemingly foreign land of hyperregulation.

    Nice Deb

  • The focus is not so much on violent, dramatic events as on the banal - the routine decisions, decrees, restrictions and delays at checkpoints whereby "Israel's military hyperregulation of everyday life" is enforced, slowly but surely depriving Palestinians of their land, livelihood, domestic security, access to education and health services and dignity. (p. 6)

    Palestine Blogs aggregator

  • Such a plan would further exacerbate the current economic crisis, which is fueled by hyperregulation, Federal Reserve manipulation of the money supply, and the unforeseen consequences of prior interventions, including the original New Deal.

    Mises Dailies

  • Such a plan would further exacerbate the current economic crisis, which is fueled by hyperregulation, Federal Reserve manipulation of the money supply, and the unforeseen consequences of prior interventions, including the original New Deal.

    Le Québécois Libre

  • The focus is not so much on violent, dramatic events as on the banal - the routine decisions, decrees, restrictions and delays at checkpoints whereby "Israel's military hyperregulation of everyday life" is enforced, slowly but surely depriving Palestinians of their land, livelihood, domestic security, access to education and health services and dignity. (p. 6)

    Palestine Blogs aggregator

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