Text laundering: The act of transforming text in order to confuse duplicate text detectors, for example those used by search engines like Google.
Here’s a recent Boing Boing post I picked at random:
If you’ve already made your Christmas gifts to Creative Commons and have a couple of bucks left over? How about buying a gift for the public domain!! Public.Resource.Org just ordered another 41 titles and spent $560 on some really great FedFlix from the vaults of the National Archive, there is still plenty of great material out there, so we put together an Amazon Wish List. If you see anything you’d like to buy the public domain we’ll take your DVD and upload the video to YouTube, the Internet Archive, and to our own rsync/ftp public domain stock footage library.
Here I laundered it by using Google Translate to go from English to Korean and back to English:
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