cyberspace

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • n cyberspace a computer network consisting of a worldwide network of computer networks that use the TCP/IP network protocols to facilitate data transmission and exchange
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Quotations

  • John Perry Barlow
    John Perry Barlow
    “In Cyberspace, the 1st Amendment is a local ordinance.”

Usage

In literature:

Cyberspace is the "place" where a telephone conversation appears to occur.
"Hacker Crackdown" by Bruce Sterling
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In news:

How to bring some security to cyberspace .
African American Experience in Cyberspace .
Anthony Sowell's house lives on in cyberspace but shouldn't distract efforts to improve Imperial Avenue: Mark Naymik.
Of all the dumb foreign policy ideas out there, it's hard to beat the Russian proposal for arms control in cyberspace.
On Monday, the Obama administration acknowledged the promises and risks of information technology by rolling out a new international strategy for cyberspace.
Veteran on-air radio personality Steve Dahl is staying in cyberspace.
Talks over possible new UN regulations for the Internet were deeply divided Monday, with Russia and others advocating for more government control, while a U.S.-led bloc warned against rules that could restrict freedoms in cyberspace.
Cyberspace reaction to SEC's ruling on Quinton Dial 's hit on Aaron Murray.
The United States has been leading efforts to stop a United Nations body from extending its authority into cyberspace.
The Pentagon requires that all weapons other than those designed for use in cyberspace need be built to rigorous standards and have human oversight to avoid that from happening.
Faxes are considered more secure since they cannot be pulled out of cyberspace.
When the iTunes Store began offering apps that used cell phone light to cure acne, federal investigators knew that hucksters had found a new spot in cyberspace.
Cyberspace has opened a new playground for an old game: bullying your peers.
Cyberspace (WIBX) – Organizers of Giving Tuesday are hoping to take a little this year — publicity, that is.
Markers in a changing news landscape, from sourcing to salaries to cyberspace.
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In science:

Their proposal is very much in line with the US National Strategy for Trusted Identities in Cyberspace .
The Identity Crisis. Security, Privacy and Usability Issues in Identity Management
Larson, “Bibliometrics of the World-Wide Web: An Exploratory Analysis of the Intellectual Structure of Cyberspace,” In Proc. of the Annual Meeting of the American Society for Information Science, 1996. J.
C-Rank: A Link-based Similarity Measure for Scientific Literature Databases
Sentiment analysis of informal textual communication in cyberspace.
Patterns of Emotional Blogging and Emergence of Communities: Agent-Based Model on Bipartite Networks
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