Net-savvy


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Net-savvy

Knowledge of the Internet. It implies more than being able to occasionally surf the Web and use email. Net-savvy means having the next level or next several levels of Internet/Web skills, which includes downloading files and updating applications as well as being extremely aware of potential viruses.
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