tr.v. page·jacked, page·jack·ing, page·jacks
1. To copy keywords, metatags, or content from (a website) and insert this material into another website so that a search engine will direct unwitting users to that site.
2. To control the contents of (a website) by fraud, as by convincing the domain provider to transfer the site's ownership.
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