camping noun in computer gaming, staying in one place in order to gain a strategic advantage (often in a way that is considered unfair)
I have noticed a lot of Camping going on recently, why do they do it?
[http://uk.gamespot.com 10 February 2013]
catfishing noun informal the practice of lying about yourself in an online environment in order to impress others, especially to lure someone into a relationship
Believe it or not, a little controlled catfishing is something that plenty of the Instant Message generation has experimented with, even if we’re unwilling to admit it. Really, who hasn’t tried to escape their reality by pretending to be a 17-year-old varsity baseball player in an N SYNC chat room every now and then?
[http://jezebel.com 30 January 2013]
farming noun in a computer game, carrying out repetitive actions in the same area, for example repeatedly attacking someone, in order to build up points
Game Front has also made clear that it believed the ‘farming’ of resources within Dead Space 3 should not be equated with in-game purchases.
[www.bbc.co.uk 07 February 2013]