Erm, no. One recurring theme of every cyberpunk novel I've read is how corporations became entities equal to countries, having their own police and military and fucking up world each in their own way. You won't get much more dystopian than that.
I would never choose cyberpunk universe to live in. As for SciFi, either Strugatskys' Noon Universe or Iain Banks's The Culture.
The former doesn't have any conflicts and fuckuppery between Earth nations (because communism won) and presents "Human vs Environment" challenges, while human race colonizes Solar system.
The latter is less preferable, it has wars, but humans don't participate in them unless they want to, and it's a world where we've managed to create AI without SkyNetting ourselves somehow, although sometimes it seems that humans became somewhat spoiled and degraded in some ways.