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data valdez

data valdez
 n.— «“If we don’t see headlines in a bad way, if we don’t see a ‘data valdez,’ a ‘data spill,’ then we’ll know they’re doing their jobs well,” says David Steer, spokesman for TRUSTe, which certifies the reliability of e-vendors in regard to privacy. “One of the worst things that can happen to an Internet company is to be tainted with the image of being privacy-insensitive.”» —“Rise Of The CPO” by Fred Mogul Internet World Nov. 1, 2000. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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