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footprint

The area of land physically occupied by a building, including its square footage and shape.

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Just under half or 42 per cent of those questioned consider their digital footprint as an asset.
This investment will also fuel the brand's strength and digital footprint, and we are well poised to be the next Asian skin care powerhouse," said Sabrina Tan, founder and CEO, Skin Inc.
Your Right To Privacy" is the definitive guide on how to minimize your digital footprint and protect your privacy in the digital age.
For its part, MLB also plans to expand its digital footprint - it's reportedly looking into streaming games on Facebook this season.
The objectives of this division are to enlarge the digital footprint of ITP and APP Media Group (APP) brands as well as yielding new content creation opportunities for commercial partners.
That digital footprint, or "exhaust," could come from facial analysis, a network IP address, or even one's walking gait.
Summary: Iclflix, a leading Internet streaming service in the Mena region, is expanding its digital footprint in Tunisia with a strategic partnership with Orange Tunisie, a subsidiary of the Orange Group.
Icflix is expanding its digital footprint in Tunisia with the announcement of a strategic partnership with Orange Tunisie, a subsidiary of the Orange Group.
Expanding its digital footprint in the country, Pakistan's leading telecom and digital services provider, Telenor Pakistan has entered into an agreement with Towershare, a leading independent owner and operator of wireless communications infrastructure focusing primarily on markets in the Middle East, North Africa and South Asia.
ISLAMABAD -- Expanding its digital footprint in the country, Telenor Pakistan on Wednesday entered into an agreement with Towershare to expand its services infrastructure.
Banks have been asked to use new technology and extend their digital footprint.
Live-streaming allows offenders to share images of abuse without leaving the same digital footprint as pictures or videos posted online, making it harder to police.

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