Internaut


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Internaut

(jargon, World-Wide Web)
(From "Internet" + "astronaut") A person who explores the Internet (or "cyberspace"), normally searching for information.

Internaut

A person who uses the Internet.
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Other resources available to parents and educators include The Family Link Guide for Parents, which is a four-page document that urges parents to monitor the type of content and activity a child engages in online as well as the time he or she spends there; colorful badges provided for each lesson and a certificate that declares mastery of the five foundations of the program; and a paper craft option for children to make their own Internaut game character.
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Internaut Day is the celebration of the internet and the creator of the world wide web, Tim Berners-Lee.
This foreign organization's website specifies its objective: putting itself in the internaut's shoes, proposing an unforgettable experience to him/her and increasing sales.
This reflex is needed to ensure the mental health of the internaut" (Boutin, 2006).
Research by Ilse Goncalves (2003) into different internaut communities made up of Spanish and Brazilian students communicating at a distance, whose ages ranged from 30 to 45, found a difference between participants who felt the need to integrate, to be dynamic and committed and those who did not participate or offer opinions, and who did not know how or with whom to contribute.
Virtual markets present a panorama of continuous and stable growth in B2C business figures, increasing year by year in the amount of both internaut buyers and internaut buying (AECE-FECEMD, 2005).
In a country where many marriages are still arranged, a click of a computer mouse will take the Internaut to Soukzouaj, a free site where thousands of lonely hearted young Moroccans look for their soul mates
Apart from the fact that it would be quite impossible to check every internaut and every web site page, it has emerged that in the virtual world of information, some of the articles of the international Conventions (underpinned by the national legislation of the signatory countries) cannot be strictly applied because in democracies, messages are supposed to be confidential and people have a right to privacy with regard to both their personal lives and their personal data.
Mircea Monu: Din Ostroveni n-are rost sa ma mai mut / Daca de acuma-s un Internaut!
Washington, Nov 23 (ANI): An online gambler doesn't realize that he is betting on the Internet - instead he thinks he is an internaut who gambles - says a new study.
In the countries included in the survey, an Internaut downloads between 53 and 73 files per quarter.