cyberelite (plural cyberelites)
- An elite in the world of computers or in cyberspace.
2001, Gregory J. Rattray, Strategic warfare in cyberspace, page 352:
- The cyberelite made up of individuals such as Bill Gates, Mitch Kapor, and Esther Dyson emerged from a computer culture in the 1970s and 1980s that denigrated the government's role in the information age as that of an Orwellian big brother.
2001, Bosah Louis Ebo, Cyberimperialism?: global relations in the new electronic frontier, page 31:
- We are often reminded that while members of a largely Western, male, and affluent cyberelite "amuse themselves in cyberspace, half the human race has never made a telephone call" (Tele-Haves and Have-Nots 1996).