cyberspace

(redirected from cyber space)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.
A computer-based interactive 3D simulation, in which users take the form of avatars visible to others graphically

cyberspace

(sī′bĕr-spās″) [ cyber- + space]
1. The Internet.
2. An electronic representation of the world as stored in data and shared among computers; the virtual world.
References in periodicals archive ?
The arrest of Mehdi Masroor Biswas for allegedly putting material favouring terror group ISIS last year had alerted intelligence agencies about the threat on cyber space.
Improved safety of cyber space as well as delivering secured information forms part of the objectives of TRA's third national communications plan.
Extremists are not only making use of the internet for propaganda and recruitment, but they're also using cyber space to conduct operations.
Starling is confident that CYBERFOR and NETWARCOM will take the steps needed for the Navy to succeed in battle and in cyber space.
Why should cyber space be any different to our streets and homes--where violence against women and girls is commonplace?
INGLEBY Barwick councillor David Harrington has entered cyber space to communicate quickly with residents about his activities on Stockton Council.
Leave the cyber bullies and the cyber friends where they belong, in cyber space.
We cannot assume that traditional theories of human development, learning, and psychology can be applied to cyber space.
According to official statistics, more than 70% of the cells created by al-Qaeda in Iraq have been dismantled and vast amounts of money and arms seized from these Neo-Salafi terrorists, grouped under the Islamic State in Iraq (ISI) - a cyber space entity whose announcements have become less frequent.
Alarmingly, 18 percent of students in grades 6 through 8 say they have been bullied in cyber space at least once in the last couple of months, points out Nancy Willard, executive director of CSRIU.
The Internet," he says, "has now matured to the point that we are beginning to see that the ordinary rules of law that govern our lives in physical space should also govern our lives in cyber space.

Full browser ?