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cybernaut

An electronic astronaut. Avid Net surfers are cybernauts; however, anyone deeply involved in communications networks, online services, and computers in general can assume this handle.
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Within this context, for a ISP to be condemned for contributing to the commission of copyright infringements through the service he provides it is indispensable that there is a direct infringer, which means that it must be proven that a video, a book, or a video game was placed in the web by a cybernaut and copied by others thanks to a web site without the express authorization of the owner of the video, the book, or the video game.
Will it be cybernauts from the world formerly known as real or citizens of the only "true" world, the virtual universe?
As well, a carefully crafted message is more likely to get the desired response from cybernauts, especially those who have seen too many hoax chain letters about computer or human viruses, dying children, kidney thefts, and government tariffs on Internet use.
But her assessment is that with time, cybernauts will set their own standards of behavior and legal intervention will not be necessary.
Few of them have given any thought as to whether or not all cybernauts will return safely, unscathed by their experience.
Upon completing this first series of tasks, the cybernauts were told they could travel through a "portal" into a new space.
The agreement establishes that both companies, which are widely accepted by Latino cybernauts, will share content in two areas in particular: impreMedia, with an ample base of news coverage in the main cities with Hispanic presence in the United States, will provide news content to AOL Latino, which includes breaking news stories, analysis of the most recent local events and human interest stories, among others.
Department store Falabella rewards cybernauts for purchases.
Speedier connections on the Net are long overdue, causing cybernauts frustration that led to the Web's moniker--the World-Wide Wait.
Cybernauts can visit Macromedia's Web site to be introduced to the multimedia Web and for links to the first "shocked" sites showing interactive multimedia.
Even now, Microsoft mogul Bill Gates is poised to capture millions of cybernauts behind the soft but impenetrable walls of Microsoft Network.
William Gibson stands at the center of the cultural whirlwind called cyberpunk, that recent subset of science fiction intent on commingling the technosphere of cybernetics, cybernauts, and computer hacking with the countercultural sociosphere of punk's anarchic violence, fringe mentality, and a sincere (if naive) attempt to return to the raw roots of its being.