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Leak

Slang.

1. In stocks or other securities, to lose value slowly.

2. In bonds, to slowly increase in yield over the risk-free rate of return, which indicates gradually increasing risk.
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Part I of this Article charts out the existing statutory and doctrinal landscape for leaker prosecutions.
In a tweet, Greenwald wrote that the existence of a second leaker after Snowden seemed "clear at this point.
He declared that a decision by Hong Kong not to detain National Security Agency leaker Edward Snowden has "unquestionably" hurt relations between the United States and China.
But after eight months of intensive effort, it appears that they still could not identify the leaker.
The alleged Palestine Papers leaker comes clean and explains himself.
A member of the senior MPs' committee which runs the Commons has claimed that the Telegraph appeared to have obtained the details from a leaker.
Jonathan Leaker, 33, wore a uniform to convince Alison Owen, 40, to loan him cash so he would not be deported "home" to Australia.
Miller said she didn't think the leaker giving away the ending of the book was the right thing to do but added, chuckling, "I would defend to the death his right to do it.
While the additional surveillance reported by The New York Times and The Wall Street Journal might provoke more indignation about HP's probe, the tactics aren't likely to shift the focus of the inquiries into whether the company and its investigators broke any laws in their quest to identify the boardroom leaker.
Novak's prime source, yet he kept quiet about it even as his colleagues in the Administration were dragged through years of criminal investigation and media accusations as the possible leaker.
So consider these criteria before deciding whether or not to send a leaker out for repair/rebuild or to attempt this delicate job in-house: