Definitions

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  • noun Connecting to a private computer system without permission.

Etymologies

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cyber- +‎ trespass

Examples

  • Courts have begun to recognize property interests in internet intangibles, from domain names, to email systems the "cybertrespass" cases.

    Goldilocks and the Three EULAs

  • In law, you see it living on with course listing in "cyberlaw" which I've taught and the doctrine of cyberproperty/cybertrespass.

    Against Cyberproperty

  • With regard to cybertrespass law, I'm very much on the anti-property side.

    Some Skepticism

  • cybertrespass,” a.k.a. the Internet variant of trespass to chattel doctrine.

    April 2008

  • cybertrespass,” a.k.a. the Internet variant of trespass to chattel doctrine.

    Against Cyberproperty

  • DirectRevenue, I’ve seen cybertrespass claims showing up quite frequently in pleadings.

    April 2008

  • DirectRevenue, I’ve seen cybertrespass claims showing up quite frequently in pleadings.

    Against Cyberproperty

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