or fire wall
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Origin of firewall
Words nearby firewall
Example sentences from the Web for firewall
In one example Marti gave, one external company with which CafeMedia shares data has an internal firewall set up that prevents commingling of some data from other sources, therefore restricting the information used to decide how the ad is targeted.
The study is behind a firewall for the Journal of Communication, but many libraries have access to it via the Oxford University Press Journals database.The Real Congress Is Kinder, Gentler Than What You See on TV|Philip Elliott|February 19, 2021|Time
The risk of infection and transmission doesn’t drop to zero with a pair of shots, but when combined with other measures, like wearing face masks, they become a firewall against transmission.Covid-19 vaccines are great — but you still need to wear a mask for now|Umair Irfan|February 9, 2021|Vox
Brands need the right software, and the right hands-on service, to prepare their data for optimal matching in processes that are kept entirely behind the marketer’s firewall, and under their own complete control and supervision.Marketers have successfully pivoted to first-party data, but struggle to deploy it|Adstra|December 2, 2020|Digiday
While it’s not clear yet if Google will check your site for a firewall, you should have one in place either way.The Google page experience: What you need to know and five steps to prepare for 2021|Gert Svaiko|December 1, 2020|Search Engine Watch
He was referring to web censorship behind the Great Firewall.
“We were very careful to build a firewall between that work and our work with independent journalists,” Bourgault said.
Being one of the first people in the world to sell an internet firewall, he knows a thing or two about making a good investment.‘Shark Tank’: Robert Herjavec talks Money, Mark Cuban & Racing Cars|Anna Klassen|October 4, 2013|DAILY BEAST
They could help, designing a software tool that would allow the Chinese to sneak past the government firewall.
I think that the firewall between depression and psychosis is going to be erased.America’s Depression Diagnoses Epidemic and How to Fix It|Jesse Singal|March 30, 2013|DAILY BEAST
The inside door, much weaker than the outer firewall door, had been blown off its hinges.
He went out again, closing the firewall door behind him and dogging it tight.
He opened up the conduit boxes that led through the antechamber from the control console to the reactor beyond the firewall.
Moving quickly, he went over to the place where the control cables came in through the firewall.
That meant that whatever it was that had fouled up the controls was on the other side of the firewall.
British Dictionary definitions for firewall
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Cultural definitions for firewall
A means of separating a computer network from outside networks for security purposes. A server outside an organization's own network may be used to funnel all incoming and outgoing traffic to assist in keeping out viruses, as well as to prevent unauthorized outsiders from gaining access to a network.