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Netizen

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


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For netizens, he recommends a regular monitoring to find out the sources of photos that are published without permission.
Netizens were quick to slam the airlines for being appallingly insensitive as it became obvious that it wanted profit from the tragedy.
Mobile netizens access mobile Internet mainly to read news and chat with friends via IM mobile clients, and their time spent on social networks, music and video and online shopping has significantly increased.
The radical comments made by some netizens are just part of the whole," the China Daily quoted Zhao, as saying in an exclusive interview.
Some netizens expressed fear as the alleged prophecy is becoming a reality.
Besides media reprinting, netizens forwarding the video to one another is another factor behind its popularity.
Compared to some cases in which officials have pocketed hundreds of millions of yuan, this is not a serious case," the newspaper quoted one netizen, as saying.
In 2005, the number of China's netizens reached 111 million, showing a great potential for online recruitment development.
The number of mobile phone netizens totalled 500 million by the end of last year as people developed a heavy reliance on instant messaging services, the CNNIC report said.
com closed on January 26 with winners voted by Chinese netizens.
Netizens had come up with words like 'Geilivable' (Geili means giving strength), which literally means 'cool', 'antizen' which refers to the group of college graduates who, earning a meagre salary, were like the tiny and laborious ants and 'goveruption' which means a corrupted government.