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data miner

Something that extracts or gathers data from a computer. "Spyware" is a malicious type of data miner. IT is going to use a data miner to get us that information. I bet Ben put a data miner on my computer to spy on me!
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data miner

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/FrozenFroh referenced leaked information from "Apex Legends" data-miner, (https://twitter.com/That1MiningGuy) @That1MiningGuy or (https://www.reddit.com/user/dremurer/) /Dremurer and said that "Crypto's teaser file was added in the Legendary Hunt update" that was released in early June.
The data-miner pays people around the world to sift through social media for relevant posts, a process known as crowd-sourcing, and then uses a computer algorithm to rate consumer sentiment about products or politicians.
If you are an OPTA obsessive, a Football Manager junkie or a data-miner that makes it look like Borocelona.
Furthermore, a visualization suite and data-miner enable researchers to explore complex multidimensional datasets to extract biologically meaningful insights.
A data-miner and modder, JaRni said the video would not be reuploaded:
Lord Baltimore, according to Aram, is some kind of urban legend in the field data of hacking and is a data-miner. The name of data tech Rowan Mills pops-up, as a huge amount was sent to her account and then that amount disappeared from her account soon.
To get the master's program rolling, the CyberCollege teamed up with Talburt's old employer and one of the biggest data-miners the world has ever known: Little Rock's own Acxiom Corp.
The report calls for three solutions: applying anonymization techniques so that commercial data-miners can share information with authorities without disclosing the identity of individuals or supplying information of non-suspects; building authorization requirements into government systems for viewing data to ensure that only those who need to see the data do; building audit logs into the computing system to identify and track inappropriate access to information and misuses of information.