cyberspeech

EnglishEdit

EtymologyEdit

cyber- +‎ speech

NounEdit

cyberspeech (uncountable)

  1. Speech on the Internet or in cyberspace (especially in discussions of free speech).
    • 1994, Pat Califia, Patrick Califia-Rice, Public sex: the culture of radical sex
      An entire book should be written just about the issue of who controls cyberspeech.
    • 2006, Amy E White, Virtually obscene: the case for an uncensored internet
      Correspondingly, White analyzes and rebuts the justifications that are offered by government officials and others who seek to censor cyberspeech...
    • 2007, William A Kaplin, Barbara A Lee, The Law of Higher Education
      It is the exception for "true threats" that has received the greatest amount of attention in contemporary cyberspeech cases.
    • 2008, Charles J Russo, Encyclopedia of Education Law
      In these instances, public school educators should tread carefully before attempting to discipline students for cyberspeech that occurs off school grounds...
Last modified on 17 February 2012, at 06:10