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‘Privacy’ is Dictionary.com’s word of the year

18
Dec
2013

Last month The Oxford University Press dubbed selfie the word of 2013, and now Dictionary.com is going in a completely different direction for its choice. The popular online dictionary picked privacy as for its coveted word of the year honors, a decision it says was fueled by myriad news stories that focused on privacy. Google Glass and the Googles changes to its wide-reaching privacy policy; For Google, that list was topped by Nelson Mandela, Paul Walker, Apples iPhone 5S, and others that were released as part of its annual Zeitgeist earlier today.

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