Netizen


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Netizen

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


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'Pag traffic mawawala ang badtrip mo 'pag ganito si Waze...hahaha,' a netizen commented on Rufa Mae's audition video.
However, @eulxoxow argued with the netizen that Filomeno had her nose done, not her breast.
When the netizen notices the three men signaling each other, she immediately brought out her alcohol to wash the stain and stayed alert until her stop.
"It's doubtful that RF would allow anyone truly pregnant with a #royalbaby to hitch a ride on someone else's private jet," (https://twitter.com/ladyktlingerie/status/1098628280574345216) another netizen wrote while questioning the security of the said transport.
Netizens laud Liza Soberano's Iska look in new movie !-- -- Jan Milo Severo (philstar.com) - January 17, 2019 - 5:26pm MANILA, Philippines Netizens commended Kapamilya actress Liza Soberano for looking like a real student from the University of the Philippinesin her new movie "Alone/Together" with onscreen partner Enrique Gil.
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.
One came up with the analogy that Korean lagers and exotic craft India pale ale (IPA), or dark European beers, are like "apples and oranges." "It is important to moderate our expectations accordingly," the netizen said.
Besides Yordanov, the nominees for the 2013 Netizen Prize are: Itsmania Pineda Platero (Honduras), Cheikh Fall (Senegal), Oumarou Mohamed Lamine (Mali), Suren Gazaryan (Russia), Murat Tungishbayev (Kazakhstan), Huynh Ngoc Chenh (Vietnam), Mosireen (Egypt) and Shiva Nazar Ahari (Iran).
Netizen funds are a program in which (mostly twentysomething) Koreans invest in film projects through the Internet for a return based on the movie's success after release.
Listen to what Smith - a strong supporter of the Communications Decency Act - said on introducing his bill: "The Internet user, or Netizen, is in a vulnerable position in the new medium and we in Congress cannot stand idly by as law-abiding citizens have their privacy invaded on an almost regular basis." Just how "vulnerable" are people on a medium they freely choose to frequent?