netizen


Also found in: Medical, Acronyms, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.

net·i·zen

 (nĕt′ĭ-zən)
n.
A person who is a frequent or habitual user of the internet.

netizen

(ˈnɛtɪzən)
n
(Communications & Information) informal a person who regularly uses the internet
[C20: from (inter)net + (cit)izen]

net•i•zen

(ˈnɛt ə zən, -sən)
n.
a user of the Internet.
[1990–95; b. Net + citizen]

netizen

A person who spends a lot of time on the Internet. Also used to apply to any person who uses the Internet.
Translations

netizen

n (Comput) → Netizen m, → Dauersurfer(in) m(f)
References in periodicals archive ?
In response to the post, one Taiwanese netizen said, "Energy saving and carbon reduction starts with you and me.
Even Korean restaurants in London sell Japanese brands," another anti-Korean beer netizen quipped.
Controversial celebrity couple John Lloyd Cruz and Ellen Adarna have been photographed wearing identical rings on their hands, making many netizens speculate that the co-actors have indeed already married in secret.
To this, the netizen thought she was being bashed and explained her declaration by pointing out a scene involving an exchange of lines between King and Sofia Andres: "I mean come on.
About Netizen Corporation: Named the Lehigh Valley's "Emerging Business of the Year" in 2015 and a recipient of Department of Defense (DoD) awards for superior customer service, we are a Pennsylvania-based Veteran-owned company (SDVOSB) specializing in software assurance, systems integration, and cybersecurity.
ISLAMABAD -- The Yoga celebration by Indian government has evoked sharp criticism from the Kashmiri netizens on social networking sites with some saying that India is imposing its culture on Kashmir to dilute the Kashmir identity and history.
com/film/2014/jun/12/angelina-jolie-china-taiwan-maleficent) a controversial comment that prompted Chinese citizens, especially netizens to call her names and requests to have her blacklisted from the country.
To support their efforts and to mark World Day Against Cyber-Censorship, Reporters Without Borders and Google award the Netizen Prize every 12 March with the aim of drawing the public's attention to the need to defend online free expression.
This article will categorize China's netizen discourse into six separate genres, and analyze the specific characteristics of each one, while attempting to answer the following questions:
Netizen funds are a program in which (mostly twentysomething) Koreans invest in film projects through the Internet for a return based on the movie's success after release.
Listen to what Smith - a strong supporter of the Communications Decency Act - said on introducing his bill: "The Internet user, or Netizen, is in a vulnerable position in the new medium and we in Congress cannot stand idly by as law-abiding citizens have their privacy invaded on an almost regular basis.
Netizen ``Wackywalk'' sees the Antelope Valley's future brightening.