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etymology : web+front
function : verb

1. the practice of opening up a front or lobby against a cause through the medium of internet, and publishing the turn of events, minutes, press releases and statements so that the whole process and the status of the issue can be accessed anywhere, anytime. Its a means of digital battlefront where the information can be shared throughout the world within no time and people could come up with individual views and comments on the matter and support or stand against the cause.


rohan khurana, 26/11/07)
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