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The tacit colluder bids on another subject's item if and only if either (1) the item has not been bid on at all for a long time, or (2) the item belongs to a non-collusive subject who has bid on another bidder's item.
For example, the algorithm [50] produces orthogonal fingerprinting for each customer, the fingerprinting is then modulated by the cover video, and correlation detection is used to determine the ownership or colluders from the copies.
In terms of colluders, "opportunists" are those who ingratiate themselves with toxic leaders for personal gain, while "acolytes" share the same values, beliefs and goals as the leader.
Colluders, on the other hand, seek to benefit from a toxic situation alongside the leader.
But to delve into the world of Lebanese corruption is to step into Ali Baba's cave -- yet instead of discovering 40 thieves there are thousands of colluders, as all of Lebanon's morally bankrupt governing class is in on the act.
What many didn't know at the time was that to secure the deal, Truppel and his colluders had caused Siemens to commit to paying tens of millions of dollars in bribes.
put forward a simplified clique detection method to detect the colluders [19], but their method is restricted to colluders who form a clique.
The colluders may be in the transmission range of different managers.
For access control systems in practice, these colluders should not succeed.
Stoke City - Capital One Cup winners at the Stadium of Light a fortnight ago - were apparent colluders.
Antitrust Leniency with Multi-Product Colluders 31 (July 2, 2013) (working paper), available at http://www.
put forward a simplified clique detection method to detect the colluders [7], but their method is restricted to colluders forming a clique.