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  • noun Plural form of cybercop.

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Examples

  • It also points up an unsettling development, at least for the cybercops.

    Keeping The Cybercops Out Of Cyberspace

  • It sounds like a Hollywood techno-thriller: A shadowy figure in Germany creates an unstoppable Internet worm that hides for years from the cybercops.

    Is That a Bull's-Eye On Your Wallet?

  • Bollywood to dot-bomb, from mil-spec gear-pigs to earnest cybercops.

    Boing Boing: April 25, 2004 - May 1, 2004 Archives

  • DailyTech reports British piracy bill is now law, cybercops to start terminating file sharers

    The Tech Report: News

  • "That's why they have been recruiting more cybercops and cracking down harder on people like Liu Xiaobo who have been effectively using the Internet to galvanise support and to press for political reform."

    Bangkokpost.com : Breaking News

  • Wanna to bet that people who try to visit sites Chinese cybercops have covered in yellow tape end up on a list somewhere -- or worse?

    Ted Samson's blog

  • Wanna to bet that people who try to visit sites Chinese cybercops have covered in yellow tape end up on a list somewhere -- or worse?

    Open Sources's blog

  • On the other hand, Russian FSB officers managed to find and arrest the authors of the notorious 'Pinch' Trojans back in December 2007, so perhaps we're unfairly maligning Russia's hardworking cybercops.

    The Register

  • When I worked on Level 9 for its brief life, the show (about cybercops) was full of computer users but one young woman had to toss glasses on each time at the computer, because that’s just what computer users do.

    Movie Fallacies: Eyeglasses « Colleen Anderson

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