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  • noun Politics as carried out in cyberspace, comprehending such concepts as electronic voting.

Etymologies

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cyber- +‎ politics

Examples

  • As internet access in Colombia is still growing (mobile broadband access grew 349% and fixed broadband 51.3% in 2008 [es], the former mostly in rural areas, according to a report) and prospects are optimistic, especially when it comes to mobile access [es], candidates for Presidency and Congress (parliamentary elections are scheduled for March 14, 2010) are expected to join the cyberpolitics wave.

    Global Voices in English » Colombia: Cyber-Politics for the 2010 Elections

  • As internet access in Colombia is still growing (mobile broadband access grew 349% and fixed broadband 51.3% in 2008 [es], the former mostly in rural areas, according to a report) and prospects are optimistic, especially when it comes to mobile access [es], candidates for Presidency and Congress (parliamentary elections are scheduled for March 14, 2010) are expected to join the cyberpolitics wave.

    Colombia: Cyber-Politics for the 2010 Elections

  • But cyberpolitics has also created a new set of potential problems.

    Ready, Teddy? You're Online

  • In this early stage of cyberpolitics, everyone's scrambling to make up rules.

    Ready, Teddy? You're Online

  • + Howard Dean Bristling Dem front runner cracks code of cyberpolitics.

    Conventional Wisdom

  • CNN's John King looks at the brave new world of cyberpolitics.

    CNN Transcript Jul 23, 2007

  • Transparency and accountability in the age of cyberpolitics: the role of blogs in framing conflict

    P2P Foundation

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