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a crime in which someone attacks the driver of a car and steals the car. Someone who does this is called a carjacker.
stealing information about someone that makes it possible to use their bank account or credit card
informal the crime of stealing a car and driving it for pleasure, usually in a dangerous way. If you do this you joyride, and a person who does it is a joyrider.
the practice of trying to trick someone into giving their secret bank information by sending them an email that looks as if it comes from their bank and that asks them to give their account number or password
the crime of stealing. Someone who commits this crime is called a thief
a marketing strategy which deceives people by trying to suggest that a business is motivated by principles of sharing rather than conventional profitsBuzzWord Article
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