- Hatred expressed by means of computer networks.
2004, Deanna D. Sellnow, Confident public speaking, page 23:
- In short, although the temptation is great to look to legislation and regulation as a remedy to cyberhate, our commitment to free speech must always take precedent over our fears.
2008, Elly Konijn, Mediated interpersonal communication, page 204:
- One such example is the phenomenon of cyberhate. Cyberhate is a unique phenomenon because it does not necessarily involve negative one-to-one communication.
- 2011, Zachary Birchmeier, Beth Dietz-Uhler, Garold Stasser, Strategic Uses of Social Technology (page 151)
- We have termed this the anonymous cyberhate view of the internet, or the idea that the internet provides a haven for racists who, using the cover of anonymity, engage in inflammatory and aggressive attacks on other groups […]