Definitions

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  • adjective Not malicious.

Etymologies

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non- +‎ malicious

Examples

  • In order to protect “the wealth of the country,” liability was imposed for “intentional but nonmalicious injury to property.”

    A History of American Law

  • In order to protect “the wealth of the country,” liability was imposed for “intentional but nonmalicious injury to property.”

    A History of American Law

  • In order to protect “the wealth of the country,” liability was imposed for “intentional but nonmalicious injury to property.”

    A History of American Law

  • In fact, many states such as California initially passed computer crime laws that excluded malicious hacking; it was only later that these laws were amended to include nonmalicious actions (HollingerLanza-Kaduce88).

    Phrack Issue #32 (Crimson Death Returns)

  • What this remarkable description amounts to is a nonmalicious sort of malice!

    Death, Legal and Illegal

  • The forum is also excellent at helping users diagnose the difference between malware-caused performance problems and nonmalicious ones.

    CNET News.com

  • The forum is also excellent at helping users diagnose the difference between malware-caused performance problems and nonmalicious ones.

    CNET News.com

  • So you can imagine how hooking up your search engine, which is publicly available for nonmalicious and malicious users alike, to a regex engine that might have exponential run time would make you a little antsy. the first regex engine Google has pushed out.

    Popular Posts Across MetaFilter

  • Click fraud also includes nonmalicious activity that nonetheless yields a click of little or no value to the advertiser, such as when someone clicks on an ad by mistake or two consecutive times.

    Infoworld News

  • Click fraud also includes nonmalicious activity that nonetheless yields a click of little or no value to the advertiser, such as when someone clicks on an ad by mistake or two consecutive times.

    Infoworld News

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