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A sense of security felt by employees of large corporations whereby workers can voice their opinions on sensitive or risky topics over a conference call instead of speaking up in a meeting and being recognized. This also applies when the employee is just too embarrassed to be seen when asking a question even though his identity is known.
Andy: So do you have the balls to challenge the CEO during his all-employee meeting on his new sexual harassment policy?

Eric: Hell no, but I have dial-up courage so I'll just call in from my desk and ask.

Andy: You are a pussy.
by ag1979 February 26, 2010
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