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  • n. Plural form of piggybacker.


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  • News A survey has revealed many wireless broadband users are failing to password-protect their connection against Wi-Fi "piggybackers".

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  • When anything out of the ordinary happens in a genre, an entire immune system of activists – reviewers, bloggers, academics, pseudo-academics, anthologisers, editors, marketeers, piggybackers and other opportunists – rushes to manage, exploit and contain the outbreak by defining it in established categorical and historical terms.

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  • Will people who contemplate suing piggybackers discover a need to piggyback themselves?

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  • Through our countless hours of research and sleepless nights, we've come to the conclusion that piggybackers find themselves trapped in a sexually arousing power struggle.

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  • I have, and not on purpose mostly. security threat of piggybackers performing illegal activity on your connection that should trouble the owners of insecure connections, Moneysupermarket warns.

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  • Some piggybackers don't even have credit cards of their own.

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  • But it's the third category of young adults that we'll discuss today: the piggybackers.

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  • Some harms come from piggybackers, for example by interfering with the audience’s payment in attention to advertisers, who pay content owners.

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