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Netizen

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


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Netizens noticed this after Gretchen accused her niece Julia of hiring a 'ghostwriter' when the latter issued a statement on her alleged involvement in the breakup of Bea Alonzo and Gerald Anderson.
Hong Kong netizens reported first spotting China's banner hanging upside down in front of the Hong Kong Liaison Office at 7 a.m.
A number of netizens commented on the said post and revealed that they still don't believe Markle is pregnant.
" A netizen who screen captured Enrique's post and posted on Twitter applauded Liza's look.
Miclat has been known by netizens as a person who has been in and out of jail for selling drugs.
She asked netizens, especially those who are active in Facebook, to help prevent illegal activities by reporting to the DENR-BMB.
Some netizens also claimed to have seen Pia and Gerald strolling in a mall together.
Bulgarian investigative journalist Assen Yordanov has been nominated for Reporters Without Borders and Google's Netizen Prize 2013.
The radical comments made by some netizens are just part of the whole," the China Daily quoted Zhao, as saying in an exclusive interview.
"Also, regional governments were supportive in film production activities, and film investment funds by Netizens added strength to the industry as well."
This bill would create an "opt-in" system, in which it would be illegal for companies to communicate with netizens unless first granted permission.