digital dust
 n.— «In a 2003 privacy paper sponsored by ID World Magazine, Mr. Krull first coined the term “digital dust” to describe the thousands of transactions residents of developed countries initiate each month in connection with Internet and mobile phone use and the impact on personal privacy of these seemingly innocuous transactions.» —“Noted Security and Privacy Expert Implanted with VeriChip” Business Wire Feb. 8, 2005. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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