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  • noun Plural form of cyberwar.

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Examples

  • These ‘cyberwars’ over information sadly undermine legitimate debate.

    Won’t Somebody Please Think of the Children? « Antiwar.com Blog

  • Pressure on the defence budget required the government "to sacrifice things we can see for things we cannot see", he told the cross party committee of MPs, referring to the hidden danger of cyberwars.

    Armed forces face sweeping reforms to combat modern threats

  • "Because in a traditional war the defending side has the advantage, while cyberwars give bonuses to the attacker: attacking information equals attacking meaning and understanding".

    Bruno Giussani: The One Book You Need To Read This Year

  • On the mainland, hackers are known as hei ke, or "black guests," and they are increasingly active on both sides of the cyberwars.

    The Great Firewall Of China

  • “What mechanisms currently exist or ought to exist to allow Good Scientists to continue their Good Work unfettered by big oil tricksterism, such as FOI requests, fake “audits”, FUDtank misinformation, the cyberwars, etc. – all of which are designed to serve the interests of the rich & powerful, not society at large?”

    Unthreaded #9 « Climate Audit

  • That's especially true when Vladimir Putin's government has been bullying other former Soviet republics and satellites -- Georgia, Estonia and Poland -- by means of trade embargoes, cyberwars, diplomatic harassment and worse.

    Pentagon Puzzler

  • That's especially true, they say, when Vladimir Putin's government has been bullying other former Soviet republics and satellites -- Georgia, Estonia and Poland -- by means of trade embargoes, cyberwars, diplomatic harassment and worse.

    Signs of More Subprime Pain

  • This fact speaks to a lingering truth about international relations: Even in a world of satellite weaponry and cyberwars, naval power remains as relevant in 2011 as it was in centuries past.

    The Globe and Mail - Home RSS feed

  • This fact speaks to a lingering truth about international relations: Even in a world of satellite weaponry and cyberwars, naval power remains as relevant in 2011 as it was in centuries past.

    The Globe and Mail - Home RSS feed

  • This fact speaks to a lingering truth about international relations: Even in a world of satellite weaponry and cyberwars, naval power remains as relevant in 2011 as it was in centuries past.

    The Globe and Mail - Home RSS feed

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