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  • noun cyberweapons collectively

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Examples

  • China could turn its electronic prowess developing ever-faster computers and high-speed communications equipment for American consumers into cyberweaponry.

    China, Friend or Foe?

  • In the same way, if everyone at Google spent their 20 percent time developing cyberweaponry, chances are good that the company would end up with resources beyond the reach of most nations.

    Ars Technica

  • It might be possible to promote that view for things like medical IT, but it seems like it's a bit late for that when it comes to cyberweaponry.

    Ars Technica

  • In the same way, if everyone at Google spent their 20 percent time developing cyberweaponry, chances are good that the company would end up with resources beyond the reach of most nations.

    Ars Technica

  • It might be possible to promote that view for things like medical IT, but it seems like it's a bit late for that when it comes to cyberweaponry.

    Ars Technica

  • In the same way, if everyone at Google spent their 20 percent time developing cyberweaponry, chances are good that the company would end up with resources beyond the reach of most nations.

    3dGameMan.com

  • It might be possible to promote that view for things like medical IT, but it seems like it's a bit late for that when it comes to cyberweaponry.

    3dGameMan.com

  • In the same way, if everyone at Google spent their 20 percent time developing cyberweaponry, chances are good that the company would end up with resources beyond the reach of most nations.

    3dGameMan.com

  • It might be possible to promote that view for things like medical IT, but it seems like it's a bit late for that when it comes to cyberweaponry.

    3dGameMan.com

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