1) A keyword used by Google to test whether or not Microsoft was copying search results from Google in order to improve the Bing search engine. Google also used the phrase "ndoswiftjobinproduction" to the same ends.

2) Stephen Colbert coined another meaning on February 2nd, 2011: "You got served."
1) If you're taking a test and you suspect someone's cheating off your paper, writing a nonsensical phrase such as hiybbprqag will be all the evidence you need to prove it.

2) Damn, Bing, hiybbprqag.
作者 therdonethat 2011年2月04日
Google created this word to catch bing cheating.
"For the first time ever, someone’s search history has been busted for something other than porn,” Colbert said. "Apparently "Hiybbprqag" is a word meaning 'You got served.'
作者 ]-[ ct vv ct ][ ' ][ 2011年2月07日
One of the nonsense words used by Google in a sting operation to reveal whether Microsoft was stealing Google search data to use in its search engine, Bing. Other words Google used include "delhipublicschool40 chdjob", "juegosdeben1ogrande", and "indoswiftjobinproduction".
Person 1: Let's search for "hiybbprqag" on Google!
Person 2: Okay! *searches*
Person 1: Hey look, the same thing is found on Bing, too!
Person 2: Waaaait...Microsoft stealing other people's work? Impossible!
作者 Skycaptain95-2 2011年2月01日
1) A word used by Google to show that Bing was copying their search results. Bing started showing the word after Google placed it into their database.

2) According to Stephen Colbert, it means "You got served"
1) Bing got hiybbprqaged by Google.
作者 darthjingjing2 2011年2月19日
Google's way of saying "We got yo asses, Microsoft" in the dispute where Google accused Bing, their rival search engine, of stealing Google's search results.
Steven Colbert: "“Hiybbprqag Is A Word Meaning You Got Served”"
作者 Chivalry 2011年2月09日
How Google pwned Bing
Hiybbprqag... SEARCH THAT BING!
作者 chelle.chelle 2011年2月08日
You got served

Comes from the word used by Google to test to see if Bing was copying their search results.
"Bing, hiybbprqag" ~Steven Colbert
作者 Yueshi 2011年2月02日

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