Definition of cyberlaw in English:

cyberlaw

Syllabification: cy·ber·law
Pronunciation: /ˈsībərˌlô
 
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noun

Laws, or a specific law, relating to Internet and computer offenses, especially fraud or copyright infringement.
More example sentences
  • Her prior columns on copyright, cyberlaw and First Amendment issues may be found in the archive of her pieces on this site.
  • Berkman lawyers specialise in cyberlaw - hacking, copyright, encryption and so on - and the centre has strong ties with the open source software community.
  • The seemingly sexier subjects of cyberlaw, jurisprudence, and environmental law are all rated as ‘strong sells.’

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