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blacklists, plural;
  1. Put (a person or product) on such a list
    • - workers were blacklisted after being quoted in the newspaper
  1. A list of people or products viewed with suspicion or disapproval

  1. a list of people who are out of favor
  2. put on a blacklist so as to banish or cause to be boycotted; "many books were blacklisted by the Nazis"
  3. A blacklist (or black list) is a list or register of persons who, for one reason or another, are being denied a particular privilege, service, mobility, access or recognition. ...
  4. Blacklist is a band from Brooklyn, New York composed of Josh Strawn (vocals, guitar), Ryan Rayhill (bass), Glenn Maryansky (drums), and James Minor (guitar). They are one of the flagship bands of painter Pieter Schoolwerth's Wierd Records imprint. ...
  5. In computing, a blacklist or block list is a basic access control mechanism that allows everyone access, except for the members of the black list (i.e. list of denied accesses). The opposite is a whitelist, which means allow nobody, except members of the white list. ...
  6. Blacklist is a 2003 novel by crime writer Sara Paretsky featuring her popular protagonist, Private Investigator V. I. Warshawski. It won the 2004 Crime Writers' Association Gold Dagger.
  7. Tempo of the Damned is the sixth album by thrash metal band Exodus. It marked their first full-length album of new material in over 11 years, the last being Force of Habit released in 1992.
  8. The Blacklist is an Australian hard and fast beer metal band formed in Melbourne in late 2001. The band features former members of the Sex Bombs, the Spoilers, the Demolitions and Warped, and play music in a similar vein to Motörhead, the Hookers, Venom and Zeke.
  9. A list or collection of people or entities to be shunned or banned; To place on a blacklist; to mark a person or entity as one to be shunned or banned
  10. (blacklisting) The act of placing onto a blacklist
  11. (Blacklisted) Also known as banned or delisted, a blacklisted site is a URL that has been removed from a search engine’s Index, typically for engaging in Black Hat SEO. Blacklisted sites are ignored by search engines.
  12. (BLACKLISTED) Any visitors, members, or advertisers that abuse any of the above rules or guidelines may face being blacklisted from and our network of sites. These offenders may also have their IP addresses posted to alert others of their annoying or potentially dangerous ways.
  13. (Blacklisted) People who cheat or who are bad for business get put on the blacklist. This list is circulated between all of the casinos in Las Vegas. ...
  14. (Blacklisted) Refers to being banned from submitting to a particular search engine. A list of Web sites that are considered off limits or dangerous. ...
  15. A blacklisted notice means that the message may not have been delivered due to be flagged on one of the major lists that keep tabs of known spammers. Different ISPs use different blacklists to block mailings from being delivered to their clients. ...
  16. (BLACKLISTING) A software process in an operating system, application software of Internet application which creates a list of unacceptable programs or connections on that particular computer.
  17. (Blacklisting) Circulating or publishing a person’s name with the intention of interfering with his/her chances for employment.
  18. (Blacklisting) Maintaining a list of items such as websites, IRC channels, or email addresses that have historically been determined to be untrustworthy. Access to these items is denied while all others are allowed.
  19. (Blacklisting) The process of ISPs blocking research companies from sending emails or contacting their panel members. Decision Analyst subscribes to Habeas, a service that guarantees that Decision Analyst's emails reach its panelists. ...
  20. (blacklisting) In the late 1940s, the House [of Representatives] Un-American Activities Committee (HUAC), urged on by the rabidly anti-communist Senator Joe McCarthy, investigated alleged communist infiltration in Hollywood. ...
  21. Blacklisting is a feature of NetMessenger that allows users to manage numbers that should not be sent to again, whether by request of the recipient or other circumstance. Adding a number to the blacklist will stop any messages being sent to this number from the account. ...
  22. (Blacklists) Message blocking lists; All messages from addresses on such lists are automatically blocked.
  23. Blacklists are maintained by email providers and spam filters of email spammers that prevent them from sending email across the Internet. One common mechanism for implementing blacklists is a DNS Blacklist. ...
  24. Lists of search engine spammers that either search engines or vigilante users compile, which may be used to ban those spammers from search engines or to users compile, which may be used to ban those spammers from search engines or to boycott them.
  25. A list containing email addresses or IP addresses of suspected spammers. Blacklists are sometimes used to reject incoming mail at the server level before the email reaches the recipient.