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net·i·zen

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

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netizen

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

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

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

netizen

n (Comput) → Netizen m, → Dauersurfer(in) m(f)
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According to the 2014 Annual Report released by the China Internet Network Information Center, the number of cybercitizens has reached up to 0.649 billion, and the average time for each cybercitizen spending on the Internet is as long as 26.1 hours per week.
El ciberciudadano: representaciones, redes y resistencias en Venezuela y America Latina [The cybercitizen: Representations, networks and resistance in Venezuela and Latin America].
The limits reached by Google and the social networks in the use of the privacy, in the length they detained big data, in the definition of the cybercitizen and worker's property when they put data on the cloud, indicate that the age of absolute digital surplus-value is probably coming to an end.
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The concept of the cybercitizen is recognised by business, government, and society.
Meanwhile, Cybercitizen Health, a consumer study and strategic advisory service of Manhattan Research LLC, notes that about 40 million Americans cite cost as a main reason for not having their prescriptions filled in 2008, with women and patients with mental health conditions the most likely to give up their medications because of cost.
* Cybercitizen: How to Use Your Computer to Fig ht for All the Issues You Care About, by Christopher Kush (2000, Griffin Trade Paperback).
Dewie tell kids what it means to be a good "cybercitizen," in part that breaking into another system is not the right thing to do.
Cybercitizen Health 2000, an information service designed to help healthcare companies size, segment and understand the e-health marketplace has been launched by Cyber Dialogue.
The new public outreach effort is part of the Cybercitizen Partnership, a union of the Justice Department and the high-tech industry formed in 1999.
The findings are published in a new report entitled Cybercitizen Sea Change: Declining Growth in US Adults Online.