Any trauma that is a result of self- or, other-directed interaction with, mediated through or from any electronic internet/cyberspace ready device or machine learning algorithm, that results in impact now or the future. This event/interaction can be multi-modal, multi-platform and multi-interval, delayed, retrospective or immediate, Singular or plural, and may include images, sound and text and may or may not be vitriolic in nature. Events may include covert and overt typology and may be virtual and corporeal and/or at the same time. (Knibbs, 2016-2019)
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