circumvention

All Noun
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  • However, in other cases no such circumvention is known.
  • And while they can contribute to circumvention, that is not their primary function.
  • I have been abroad, to set on foot a plot of circumvention. Cited from Clarissa, Volume 6 (of 9), by Samuel Richardson
  • However, none of these penalties apply when the purpose of circumvention was computer security or research.
  • Anti-circumvention techniques may be used to restrict what the user may do with an e-book.
  • I wager he is easy enough to be caught by circumvention -- put me in the open with him. Cited from Beauchamps Career by George Meredith, v1
  • Circumvention with them aims at permanent results which it alone cannot obtain. Cited from Story of the War in South Africa, 1899-1900, by Alfred T. Mahan
  • Doing so may be a circumvention of Apple's technical protection measures.
  • I will stake my existence that she never stooped to any fraudulent circumvention of my poor uncle. Cited from The Evil Eye; Or, The Black Spector, by William Carleton
  • There are many methods available that may allow the circumvention of Internet filtering.
  • On top of that some websites provided step-by-step protection circumvention guides.
  • "Dynamic" systems attempt to make future content released immune to existing methods of circumvention.
  • How impossible for human prudence to foresee and guard against every circumvention! Cited from Jonathan Wild, by Henry Fielding
  • Rooting may be a form of circumvention covered by that law, but this has not been tested in court.
  • Jailbreaking may be a form of circumvention covered by that law, but this has not been tested in court.
  • The bill will enable circumvention for research on technological measures other than encryption.
  • The bill also permits a researcher to develop the tools necessary for such circumvention.
  • Other hosts were quickly set up by third parties in countries where no anti-circumvention legislation equivalent to the DMCA exists.
  • Reproduction in such conditions is only possible through the circumvention of infertility by medical intervention.
  • The notion of revenge and of circumvention has come to you like balm. Cited from Scarhaven Keep, by J. S. Fletcher
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Meaning of circumvention

  • noun The act of evading by going around