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techlash

[ tek-lash ]
/ ˈtɛkˌlæʃ /
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noun
a strong negative reaction or backlash against the largest technology companies, or their employees or products:There is a growing regulatory techlash, partly fueled by concerns about privacy on social media platforms.
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Origin of techlash

First recorded in 2015–20; tech(nology) + (back)lash
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