cyberinformation

EnglishEdit

EtymologyEdit

cyber- +‎ information

NounEdit

cyberinformation (uncountable)

  1. Information available in cyberspace or through computer networks.
    • 1998, Carolynne Myall, Ruth C. Carter, Portraits in cataloging and classification: Volume 1 (page 196)
      But she believes, and I agree, that there will continue to be a place for the librarian/information specialist as a mediator between the user and the vast universe of cyberinformation...
    • 2004, R. Michael Alvarez, Thad Edward Hall, Point, click, and vote: the future of Internet voting (page 72)
      His concern is that cyberdemocracy will exacerbate inequality, with the world being divided between cyberinformation junkies — who are mostly white, wealthy, and well-educated — and everyone else.
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