cyberconspiracy

EnglishEdit

EtymologyEdit

cyber- +‎ conspiracy

NounEdit

cyberconspiracy (plural cyberconspiracies)

  1. A conspiracy in cyberspace.
    • 1999, Susan Hawthorne, Renate Klein, Cyberfeminism: connectivity, critique and creativity (page 74)
      [] she stumbles onto a cyberconspiracy which aims to destroy the defences of major computer networks []
    • 2009 August 14, Jim Rutenberg, “False ‘Death Panel’ Rumor Has Some Familiar Roots”, New York Times:
      But the rumor ——— which has come up at Congressional town-hall-style meetings this week in spite of an avalanche of reports laying out why it was false —— was not born of anonymous e-mailers, partisan bloggers or stealthy cyberconspiracy theorists.
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