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 n.— «Terrorists are hacking websites and posting training manuals in inner directories where people may not notice them (this practice is called “parasiting”).» —“Terrorism on the Internet: another Border to Protect one Country’s Sovereignty” by Martha L. Arias Internet Business Law Service (Irvine, California) May 23, 007. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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