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deception

[di′sep·shən]
(electronics)
The deliberate radiation, reradiation, alteration, absorption, or reflection of electromagnetic energy in a manner intended to mislead an enemy in the interpretation of information received by his electronic systems.
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The Customer Complaints Council ( CCC) of ASCI said that it upheld complaints against Amazon after finding a TV commercial of its e- book reader Kindle as misleading by omission of a disclaimer qualifying the price of the actual product being promoted.
REMARK: MP Stuart Bell, left, apologised for accusing Dr Vincent Cable of misleading the House
To be sure, the signature gatherers ought not be misleading people to sign their petition.
The report for Mr Price states, 'The accounts given by the ministers themselves, the Prime Minister and by the Prime Minister's official spokesman all indicate a contemporary consensus on the standards of misleading conduct that require resignation.
Contain any untrue statement of material fact or which are otherwise false or misleading.
The new approach is closer to the Federal Trade Commission's (FTC) approach of regulating advertising to ensure it is not deceptive or misleading.
However, merely warning participants they would be exposed to misleading information was only marginally successful in one case (Greene, Flynn, & Loftus, 1982) and unsuccessful in another (Zaragoza & Lane, 1994).
Canadian companies' concern over potentially misleading graphics was raised recently by Bill Buchanan, FCA, the overall judging coordinator for the 1997 Financial Post Annual Report Awards, which recognize the best performance-reporting models.
The section on Siberia, including the Lake Baikal region and Mongolia, leaves the reader with the incorrect impression that tourist facilities are available, and with an ecological description so superficial as to be misleading.
FDA will not tolerate misleading claims on hearing aid products," said FDA Commissioner David A.
Moreover, children show considerable resistance to the types of misleading questions that may inadvertently crop up in sexual abuse investigations, maintain psychologist Karen J.
for allegedly false and misleading statements Tercica has made in advertising and promoting Increlex[TM], Tercica's Severe Primary IGFD treatment.