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Streisand effect

Streisand effect
 n.— «The lesson the AACS seems unwilling to learn is sometimes referred to as the Streisand Effect, in reference to the aging chanteuse who didn’t want photos of her home published, and only encouraged even more people to publish them.» —“Never pick a fight with someone…“ by Mathew Ingram mathewingram.com/work (Toronto, Canada) May 5, 2007. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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