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CDR: Googliarrhea

Googliarrhea (from the Ancient Greek ζοοζlεδεδομένα from δεδο dat “big data” and ῥέω rheo “flow”) is the condition of having loose or liquid on-line data movements, which can result in privacy dehydration due to information leakage. Symptoms range in severity from annoyingly creepy personalized web ads to identity theft and, in the most severe cases, government targeting, such as TSA “no fly” listings or worse. The most common cause is an internet infection due to either a software virus, bacterial data blooms commonly known as “cookies” or a parasitic search engine or email account; a condition known as googlenteritis. The number of cases is rapidly approaching the known world population. The only effective treatment at this time is the adoption of an Amish lifestyle.

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