cyber- +‎ libertarian


cyberlibertarian ‎(plural cyberlibertarians)

  1. A proponent of cyberlibertarianism.
    • 1997, Berkeley Technology Law Journal, volume 12, page 217:
      Whether it springs from the fear of government or hope for the wisdom of humankind, the cyberlibertarian ideology seeks a revolution.
    • 2002, Marc Raboy, Global media policy in the new millennium, page 237:
      Geographically, the cyberlibertarian position had the advantage of being rooted in US political culture, where US institutions were the key vector for wide deployment of Internet innovation.
    • 2009 August 2, Virginia Heffernan, “Hop on, Pop”, in New York Times[1]:
      For the Grateful Dead lyricist John Perry Barlow, cyberlibertarian and a founder of the Electronic Frontier Foundation, freewheeling file-sharing and community-building seemed like an anticorporate be-in.