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electronic trailnoun [C, usually singular]

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INTERNET a series of actions or events on the internet that you can follow to find out who is responsible for them: Police investigated an electronic trail that led them to an international people-trafficking gang. You leave an electronic trail every time you use an ATM or pay for something on the internet.
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