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[mass noun] The notional environment in which communication over computer networks occurs.‘I stayed in cyberspace for just a few minutes’
- ‘The Council of Europe has released a draft of a proposed treaty on crime in cyberspace.’
- ‘As long as this is an unsettled legal question, the concept of cyberspace will be a relevant one.’
- ‘It is getting to the point where companies are globalising and chasing spot markets in cyberspace.’
- ‘Since the company's launch, and steep ascent into cyberspace, I had left my friends and family behind.’
- ‘You can't go through a day in cyberspace without committing at least one felony and a host of misdemeanors.’
- ‘It aimed to embarrass them in cyberspace and collect more than $700,000 in unpaid tickets.’
- ‘We need to start from the basic principle that cyberspace is not separate from real space, and so each state can have its own laws and codes.’
- ‘There is no good way to negotiate a fair contract in cyberspace.’
- ‘Poor people are the fastest growing American group in cyberspace, a survey claims.’
- ‘Now it's a lot easier to listen than it is to send your own audio programs into cyberspace.’
- ‘Trouble is, these allegations have been floating around cyberspace for a few years and are entirely untrue.’
- ‘Imagine living in a town where you're able to move your laptop from one place to the next without ever having to log off from cyberspace.’
- ‘People's social habits, or lack thereof, also affect their interest in cyberspace.’
- ‘One of the big problems in cyberspace is the lack of workable analogies.’
- ‘Make no mistake this is a bitter and tragic conflict but the real damage is happening on the streets, not in cyberspace.’
- ‘The basis for this decision potentially undermines the ability to contract in cyberspace.’
- ‘You cannot launch missile strikes against a network that communicates in cyberspace and has no physical base.’
- ‘It would seem judges can't help themselves in their bid to establish a precedent in cyberspace.’
- ‘Nevertheless, a prime piece of cyberspace seems to be controlled by a maverick whose wishes are more blue than red.’
- ‘Should we feel pleased that our government is protecting our reputation in cyberspace?’
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