Last modified on 26 May 2014, at 01:13

cyberbarrier

EnglishEdit

EtymologyEdit

cyber- +‎ barrier

NounEdit

cyberbarrier (plural cyberbarriers)

  1. A barrier in cyberspace.
    • 1997, "heaudio", Lets[sic] just ignore d'Arny't Krooker (on newsgroup rec.audio.opinion)
      I would like to remove this cyberbarrier from my discourse with you, and tell you to your face what a lying, cowardly bastard you are.
    • 1997, Mark E. Walker, How to use the Internet
      A firewall is a cyberbarrier between the company's network and the Internet.
    • 2009 June 18, Nicholas D. Kristof, “Tear Down This Cyberwall!”, New York Times:
      The 21st-century equivalent of the Berlin wall is a cyberbarrier, and we can help puncture it.