mouse type
 n.Gloss: Defined in the Dictionary for Library and Information Science as “very tiny, barely readable type used for…information the seller is required to display but wishes to downplay.” «Charter is taking “for the most part, a high road approach,” according to Mr. Schremp. “We have told customers exactly what we are doing,” he said. The letter to customers, he added, was “very forthcoming” and “not buried in mouse type and legal disclosures.”» —“Charter Will Monitor Customers’ Web Surfing to Target Ads” by Saul Hansell New York Times May 14, 2008. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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