The government is already beginning to use the software and others like it in a concerted effort to clamp down on secret leaks.
Cameron wants to clamp down on social media to prevent riots, but U.K. police are finding it more useful as a surveillance tool.
It's critical that suppliers do all they can to clamp down on electricity theft.
Hamas has in the past worked to clamp down on factions firing projectiles, like Islamic Jihad and others.
Reformers know that efforts to clamp down on costs this year have been largely gutted by the medical industrial complex.
The bigger the market – the more pressure is applied to clamp down on the samizdat entrepreneurs.
Then his mind seemed to clamp down on itself, and he was unconscious.
Run the clamp down to the pile, place a card or fiber template on top of the pile in front of the clamp.
Mikah relaxed and Jason removed his hand slightly, ready to clamp down if the other's voice rose above a whisper.
He tied his apron carefully and sidled toward the table to oversee the situation and clamp down a lid if necessary.
device for fastening, c.1300, probably from clamb, perhaps originally past tense of climb (v.), or from Middle Dutch clampe (Dutch klamp), from West Germanic *klamp- "clamp, cleat;" cf. Middle Low German klampe "clasp, hook," Old High German klampfer "clip, clamp;" also probably related to Middle Dutch klamme "a clamp, hook, grapple," Danish klamme "a clamp, cramp," Old English clamm "fetter;" see clam (n.).
"to fasten with a clamp," 1670s, from clamp (n.). Related: Clamped; clamping.
An instrument for the compression or grasping of a structure.
To increase the severity of measures against persons who break rules and laws; punish rather than tolerate: The whole country's clamping down now on drunk drivers (1940s+)