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to exclude from normal social or professional activities

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a list of people who are out of favor

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put on a blacklist so as to banish or cause to be boycotted

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On 12 the EU issued an updated list of non co-operative tax jurisdictions (commonly referred to as the ' EU tax blacklist ') and added the UAE and Oman along with eight other jurisdictions to the previous EU tax blacklist of five countries.
"It is astonishing that there is a 'blacklist' of Sikhs in Canada since 2016 while India is taking its own list down.
Firms that had blacklisted but were no longer and had issued a public statement would be allowed to tender.
Environmental activists have also been blacklisted. A procurement advice note has been issued to all Welsh public bodies outlining the steps that can be taken through procurement to help wipe out blacklisting, which can be highly damaging to the careers and livelihoods of those affected.
He asked union leaders: "Do you believe all the people blacklisted are bona fide good employees or do you think they might - just might - have had a different agenda?" His comments were slammed by Labour and the unions.
A string of workers have launched legal action over allegations that firms involved in major construction projects, including the Olympics and Crossrail, blacklisted workers.
The regulations outlaw the compilation, dissemination and use of blacklists. They build on existing protections in the area, which are found in trade union and data protection law."
"We now plan to strengthen the law by introducing new regulations to outlaw the compilation, dissemination and use of blacklists in this way." The Government will launch a short consultation in the early summer on revised regulations.
A type of pattern-matching filter, Bayesian filters don't require whitelists or blacklists. Bayesian filters learn from the user's own classification: users will run a new Bayesian filter against two folders, one containing wanted mail and the other mail that the user considers is spam.
The free version allows incoming email to be checked against popular DNS blacklists (also known as real time blacklists) at server level, prior to distributing the mail to network users.
On a wider scale, the party launched smear campaigns and blacklists against noncommunists, targeting such figures as Barbara Stanwyck, Lana Turner, and Bette Davis.
Mr Bentham said as well as builders, electricians and plumbers, others could have been on the blacklists held by the Consulting Association - including environmentalists, academics and even MPs.
Labour will call today for a full judicial inquiry into claims firms involved in the Olympics and Crossrail projects used blacklists.
The government is set to outlaw secret employment blacklists of union members.
A BAN on worker blacklists was demanded last night after an illegal database selling personal details to major building firms was found.