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- noun The
computer-driven Information Age.
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The great legal issues of the cyberage will have to wait for the next "case of the century."
Possible consequences of intensive consumption of datareduced audio material could therefore include ear noises (tinitus), a general degradation of the perception of quiet sounds, as well as a worsened timbre perception (a so-called "tin ear"), which would make the human of the cyberage even more insensitive than he already yet has become by the continuous mass media infotrash bombardment he is exposed to.
This is electioneering 2009, the signature impact of cyberage.
Pernem MLA Dayanand Sopte raised a query during Question Hour seeking to know for how long the cyberage scheme has been kept pending.
The religion isn’t actually a mockery of religion rather it’s a mockery of cyberage kistch.