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In 1984 William Gibson's epoch-making novel Neuromancer introduced the world to the term cyberpunk (although many would argue that the term was actually coined by science fiction writer Bruce Bethke and/or editor Gardner Dozois).

Since then the word cyber seems to have taken on the meaning of anything relating to the virtual world or computer processing. We have cyber cafes, cybercrimes, cybersecurity, cybercriminals, cybercops, cyberforensics and now even cyberterrorism. Because we preface all of these common terms ...

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