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A blacklist is a list of entities who are being denied a particular privilege, service, or mobility.
Blacklist, blacklisting or blacklisted may also refer to:
- Blacklist (computing), blacklisting usages in computers
- Software blacklist, used by some digital rights management software
- Blacklist (employment), a list of people not to be employed
- Hollywood blacklist, one of the most infamous employment blacklists, from the McCarthy era
- the NHS treatments blacklist, a list of medicines that are not allowed to be prescribed on an NHS prescription in the UK
- Operation Blacklist, the codename for the occupation of Japan by the Allied Powers at the end of World War II
Arts, entertainment, and media
- The Blacklist (film), 1916 American drama silent film
- Black List (1972 film), 1972 Hong Kong film
- Black List (1995 film), 1995 Canadian film directed by Jean-Marc Vallée
- Black List (survey), an annual Hollywood insider poll listing the most-liked unproduced screenplays
- The Blacklist (TV series), an American crime series
- Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell: Blacklist, a 2013 stealth action-adventure video game from Ubisoft
- Black List, a competing team in CrossFire (game)
- Blacklist (novel), a 2003 mystery novel by Sara Paretsky
- Blacklist (band), a U.S. rock band from Brooklyn
- Blacklisted (band), a U.S. hardcore punk band from Philadelphia
- The Blacklist (band), an Australian rock band
- Black List (Alex Chilton album), EP by Alex Chilton
- Black List (L.A. Guns album), compilation album by L.A. Guns
- Blacklisted (album), a 2002 album by Neko Case
- "Blacklist", a song by Bring Me the Horizon from the album There Is a Hell, Believe Me I've Seen It. There Is a Heaven, Let's Keep It a Secret.
- "Blacklist", a non-album rap song by Ronnie Radke featuring b.LaY
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