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cyberlibertarian (plural cyberlibertarians)
- 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:
- 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.