cybersex

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cybersex

(networking)
Sex performed in real time via a digital medium.

Compare teledildonics.

cybersex

An erotic communication between two people online via text, audio or video chat. The earliest cybersex was text-based in chat rooms, and role playing was common since nobody saw the other party; for example, a 50-year-old man could pretend to be an 18-year-old woman. However, with the advent of Skype and other video calling applications, cybersex has become more visual, and hiding one's identity is not an option. Sending explicit nude pictures of oneself is also cybersex (see sexting).

Cybersex in Games
Cybersex can be a part of multiplayer, online games. Using an avatar, people communicate with each other erotically, and there are games that specialize in cybersex role playing. See teledildonics and parental control software.
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1997) ("The trial court is best situated to gauge the relevance and need for additional evidence to explicate claim terms."), with Cybor Corp.
(355) See Wenger, 239 F.3d at 1239 (citing Cybor, 138 F.3d at 1457) (applying established precedent for competitor's reasonable belief as to surrendered subject matter).
(33) His strong dissent, joined by Judge Newman, stated that they were "convinced of the futility, indeed the absurdity, of this court's persistence in adhering to the falsehood that claim construction is a matter of law devoid of any factual component." (34) The Federal Circuit was presented with the opportunity to re-visit Cybor by a petition for re-hearing en banc in the Amgen Inc.
There are significant reasons, however, to doubt that this backward-looking analysis serves as an accurate prediction for what would result if the Supreme Court changes the law by reversing the Cybor rule.
Part II discusses the doctrinal inconsistency between Cybor and Federal Circuit and Supreme Court precedent.
surrendered during patent prosecution by claim argument, see Cybor Corp.
Recall that this study seeks to determine whether the Federal Circuit has developed a workable set of claim construction guidelines--the "rules and tools" mandated by the Supreme Court in Markman II and acknowledged in Markman I and Cybor. (93) In particular, note that the object of the study is not the underlying methodological view of the Federal Circuit judges but the content of the relevant jurisprudence.
Shortly after the Court's unanimous holding, a divided en banc panel of the Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit (in Cybor Corp.
(196.) Changing the standard of review could be done through overruling Cybor Corp.