Definitions

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  • noun A lawyer who specializes in cyberlaw.

Etymologies

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cyber- +‎ lawyer

Examples

  • Lawyer claims he owns "cyberlawyer" -- actual cyberlawyers laugh and laugh

    Boing Boing

  • (And if they're captured by federal agent, will they have to remember to give only their name and rank before calling their cyberlawyer?)

    The Butlers Of The Digital Age Will Be Just A Keystroke Away

  • Eric Menhart may call himself a cyberlawyer, but we think he has a lot of learn about cyberlaw -- and common sense.

    Boing Boing

  • Outside the realm of copyright, Cato folk (and libertarians generally) don't often see eye-to-eye with left-leaning cyberlawyer and Harvard prof Lawrence Lessig.

    Libertarian Blog Place

  • A very smart cyberlawyer (Ian Ballon), on behalf of the trademark owners of Pokey & Gumby, unexpectedly got into a public tangle with a 12 year old kid nicknamed

    Technology & Marketing Law Blog

  • But cyberlawyer Venkat Balasubramani of Seattle said he's skeptical that statistics about market share will persuade Fogel that Facebook is violating antitrust law.

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  • But cyberlawyer Venkat Balasubramani of Seattle said he's skeptical that statistics about market share will persuade Fogel that Facebook is violating antitrust law.

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