malefactor : Definition, Usages, News and More

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ma luh fak ter

  • n  someone who has committed a crime or has been legally convicted of a crime

  • Maas builds his story cinematically, cutting swiftly from malefactor to investigator, from scandal to expose.
  • He pauses for a moment to notice her comatose state, and without opening her eyes, Brandi mutters, "Why'd you stop, malefactor?" Or a 12-letter word to that effect.
  • That's how you get yanked from the decorous little world of Masterpiece Theatre-type dramas and morphed into a summer blockbuster's mean malefactor.
News & Articles

  • Google Chrome Can Listen to Your Conversations
    Be careful what you say when visiting voice-controlled websites on Google Chrome. Recently, a security expert discovered that malefactors could leverage the browser's voice-recognition abilities to invade users' privacy, but Google has yet to implement his recommended fix. Tal Ater, the Israeli programmer behind the "annyang!" speech-recognition script for websites, discovered the vulnerability ...
    Jan. 22, 2014 - Tech Media Network (Tom's Guide) via Yahoo! News

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