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netizen

(1) Any person who communicates on the Internet and belongs to the global electronic village.
(2) An Internet citizen who uses networked resources, which connotes civic responsibility and participation.
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netizen

Online Any person who communicates on the Internet and belongs to the global electronic village; an Internet citizen, who uses networked resources, which connotes civic responsibility and participation. See Digerati, Internet.
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Moreover, such meta-national roles are often being reimagined in less statal and social terms: the netizen is the clever professional operator who recognizes these profound shifts, leverages every potential for greater political power, and imagines how netizenship can result in economic profit.
Cyberspace has itself emerged as an alternative to territorial spheres of governance, bringing with it unique issues of "netizenship." See, e.g., David R.
Youth netizenship in Korea might better be characterised as occurring in a cultural, technological and generational contact zone where suppressed desires confront a strict social system, where the boundaries between the cyber world and real world blur, and where Web 2.0 technologies and moral panic collide.
1 rule of good netizenship: Always treat your readers with the same consideration you'd give them in person--and that you'd like to be given yourself.