cyberutopians

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  • noun Plural form of cyberutopian.

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Examples

  • In "The Net Delusion," he presents an answer to the "cyberutopians" who assume that the Internet inevitably fuels democracy.

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  • In "The Net Delusion," he presents an answer to the "cyberutopians" who assume that the Internet inevitably fuels democracy.

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  • In "The Net Delusion," he presents an answer to the "cyberutopians" who assume that the Internet inevitably fuels democracy.

    NYT > Home Page

  • In "The Net Delusion," he presents an answer to the "cyberutopians" who assume that the Internet inevitably fuels democracy.

    NYT > Home Page

  • In "The Net Delusion," he presents an answer to the "cyberutopians" who assume that the Internet inevitably fuels democracy.

    NYT > Home Page

  • The cyberutopians told us the Web would flatten artificial hierarchies, tear down the wall between experts and the rest of us, unchain at last the genius that lurked in the common man.

    You Don't Say?

  • As much as I'd like hope that we are already long past the point where most Western governments, agencies, and NGOs operate on the assumption that "Internet = democracy", I think that the field is still dominated by cyberutopians who do not see the inherent dangers of many cyberactivist campaigns; nor do they see how these campaigns may actually strengthen the governments they were supposed to challenge.

    Singabloodypore

  • It’s fashionable to criticize the early cyberutopians, but they were right about the possibilities.

    Cultural Environmentalism at 10: Susan Crawford

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