ANGELS ARE WHITE: DEVILS ARE BLACK
You know what I think? That statement is false. I’ve thought about the word “whitelist” and “blacklist” from webmasters’ IP control vocabulary. The English language is very racist.
Whitelist: List of allowed IPs (nobody is allowed except these when used alone), which sometimes takes precedence over the blacklist
Blacklist: List of disallowed IPs (everyone is allowed except these)
Black-hat: Someone that hacks to cause trouble; a virus or malware creator.
White-hat: Someone that hacks to prevent Black-hats from doing; A black-hat that reports and fixes instead of infecting.
Some more examples that I thought are good from thepatrioticvanguard.com/spip.php?article4966:
Black Art/Magic: magic involving the supposed invocation of evil spirits for evil purposes.
Black Flag: ( Historical ): a flag hoisted outside a prison to announce an execution
Blackmail: an action of demanding money from a person in return for not revealing discreditable information or the use of threat or unfair manipulation in an attempt to influence someone’s actions.
Black Market: an illegal trade in officially controlled or scarce goods
Blackout: a sudden failure of electricity or loss of consciousness
Black Money: income obtained illegally or not declared for tax purposes
Now, some more from that site with the opposite effect:
White Collar: relating to work done or people who work in an office or other professional environment [NOTE: heavy labor jobs are actually blue collar, not black]
White Hope: a person expected to bring much success to a team or organization
White Knight: a person or thing that comes to somebody’s aid
White Information: positive information about a person
White Lie: a harmless lie
White Magic: magic used only for good purposes
White Flag: symbolises a desire for peace or dialogue, ceasing hostilities