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Cyberspace
A term used to describe the Range of information resources available through computer networks such as the Internet.
    
The term was coined by science fiction author William Gibson. Cyberspace is a domain characterized by the use of electronics and the electromagnetic spectrum to store, modify, and Exchange data via networked systems and associated physical infrastructures. While cyberspace should not be confused with the real Internet, the term is often used to refer to objects and identities that exist largely within the communication network itself, so that a web site, for example, might be metaphorically said to "exist in cyberspace." According to this interpretation, events taking place on the Internet are not therefore happening in the countries where the participants or the servers are physically located, but "in cyberspace".
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