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Netizen

A user of the Internet. A Net "citizen." See Net God and Net-savvy.


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(2010), "The Online Public or Cybercitizen," SCRIPTed 1(1): 185-195.
Cybercitizen Health provides subscribers with features such as Monthly Industry Briefs, which analyze emerging issues; Weekly Trend Reports that provide "snapshot" data points on timely topics; access to the Cybercitizen Health database; and the ability to understand online and offline attitudinal and behavioral attributes of the e-health consumer.
Yankelovich Partners Cybercitizen surveys have posed questions on a variety of Internet issues to Internet users.
According to the research firm Manhattan Research's recently released "Cybercitizen Health" consumer study (version 8.0) and strategic advisory service, more than 60 million adults in the United States--twice as many as a year ago--qualify as "health 2.0" consumers, a group the company defines as users of health blogs, online support groups, prescription rating sites and other health-related social media applications.
* Cybercitizen: How to Use Your Computer to Fight for All the Issues You Care About, by Christopher Kush (2000, Griffin Trade Paperback).
Predrag Pale, from the University of Zagreb, presented "Cybercitizen's Need for Copyright," a paper arguing that in the digital world copyright is becoming less important.
For those who have yet to master the mysteries of the online world, the following beginners' guide reveals how to navigate the Web like an experienced cybercitizen.
The findings about D-T-C ads are included in the 10th annual edition of Manhattan Research's "Cybercitizen Health" report.
Excerpted from Cybercitizen: How to Use Your Computer To Fight for All the Issues You Care About (St.
The Federal Web Locator (http://www.law.vill.edu/fed-agency/fedwebloc.html), a project of the Villanova University Center for Information Law and Policy, is intended "to bring the cybercitizen to the federal government's doorstep." Those familiar with that venerable ready reference tool, The U.S.
Most cybercitizens are prejudiced against each other.