Definitions

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  • adjective Not regulatable.

Etymologies

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un- +‎ regulatable

Examples

  • I could not have asked for a better illustration of the unregulatable risks to which investment banks are exposed.

    Rogue Trades Could Hurt Industry

  • Internet is inherently unregulatable environment, and the people will use proxies, anonymizers and special software.

    Global Voices in English » Kazakhstan: Internet Regulation Amendments Adopted in First Reading

  • Instead of letting consumers choose, other search companies including Microsoft are funding FairSearch.org to lobby regulators and politicians to stop what it calls "Google's march toward an 'unregulatable monopoly.'"

    Google's 'Monopoly' Hex

  • The twisting of an unknown piece of trade law into a regulatory noose for tobacco was both symbolic and strategic: an unregulatable industry had been brought to heel—even if partially so.

    The Emperor of All Maladies

  • The twisting of an unknown piece of trade law into a regulatory noose for tobacco was both symbolic and strategic: an unregulatable industry had been brought to heel—even if partially so.

    The Emperor of All Maladies

  • The twisting of an unknown piece of trade law into a regulatory noose for tobacco was both symbolic and strategic: an unregulatable industry had been brought to heel—even if partially so.

    The Emperor of All Maladies

  • It is unregulatable and would be rampant because it is a weed and would grow accordingly easily… You would have way more than nessisary to maintain any sort of sustainable market value.

    Fun With California’s Marijuana Laws - The Lede Blog - NYTimes.com

  • The important thing about weblogs is that they give individuals a chance to express themselves in public, turning the individual into a subject in a conversation, not an object in a transaction between media organisations and their advertisers, something outside of national boundaries and unregulatable by the forces that be - commercial, religious or political - or all at once.

    Blog blog blog blog blog

  • The important thing about weblogs is that they give individuals a chance to express themselves in public, turning the individual into a subject in a conversation, not an object in a transaction between media organisations and their advertisers, something outside of national boundaries and unregulatable by the forces that be - commercial, religious or political - or all at once.

    Archive 2005-07-01

  • FCC, "made their services unregulated and unregulatable under the current legal framework."

    PhysOrg.com - latest science and technology news stories

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