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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Our website has seen a 54 percent increase of the number of Internauts in 2014.
The winning action, "Mil Casmurros[One Thousand Casmurros]" won the Golden Lion award in 2009 with its promotion of the mini-series "Capitu," by Rede Globo, through the involvement of one thousand internauts.
In the meantime, Internauts should ensure that they have the appropriate anti-malware software installed on their PC to minimise the risk.
On the Hong Kong-based search engine, Chinese internauts could read about Taiwan, the Tiananmen Square massacre of 1989, or the Dalai Lama.
Internauts and people who belong to the more affluent sectors of the population have greater access to technology and therefore know about these issues, but this may not apply to the public in general.
Internauts will be able to choose between Windows Media and Flash 9.
Summary: Morocco has taken an initial step to digitize all its archives and manuscripts, and post them on the Internet for consultation by researchers and internauts.
In this report, based on a survey among Internauts on the use of file-sharing software, IDATE and Mediametri//NetRatings analyse common practices in legal and illegal downloading of music, videos and games and, in particular, the peer-to-peer movement in France, the USA and the United Kingdom.
The most severe blow to Cuban internauts came in January of this year when the government decreed that individuals must purchase a telephone card in US dollars in order to gain access.
An open-ended question not directly related to the reflection paper was added to allow internauts to give their views on any other facet of the Free Trade Zone For the Americas (FTZA) that they deemed pertinent.
Of course these new internauts, who are obliged to share infrequent, short periods of access with others, are not like the Internet faithful.
It is crammed with noisy Internauts, thrilled to be bound for the promised Cyberland.