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bootlegging

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Originally slang for the concealment of contraband goods inside a boot, the term has come to be applied to the illicit distribution of regulated or copyrighted material. Bootlegging remains...

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caveat venditor

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[Latin]

Let the seller be on his guard.

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product recall

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The advertised request by a company that a product be returned to it by those who have already purchased it, often deemed desirable when a product proves to be unsafe or unreliable.

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RFID

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A device, usually in the form of a tag, attached or built into a product, or even animal, which allows tracking of its movement. Commonly used in a supply chain operation or in retailing...

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