(informal) (of an outcome) with no possibility of further revision
noun 1. the concept that broadband Internet service providers should provide nondiscriminatory access to Internet content, platforms, etc., and should not manipulate the transfer of data regardless of its source or destination: how net neutrality can preserve freedom of speech. noun the principle that basic Internet protocols should be non-discriminatory, esp. that content providers should […]
/net’n[y]ooz/ 1. The software that makes Usenet run. 2. The content of Usenet. “I read netnews right after my mail most mornings.” [Jargon File] (1994-12-14)
distillation; dropping, a town in Judah, in the neighbourhood, probably, of Bethlehem (Neh. 7:26; 1 Chr. 2:54). Two of David’s guards were Netophathites (1 Chr. 27:13, 15). It has been identified with the ruins of Metoba, or Um Toba, to the north-east of Bethlehem.
Someone who has made a name for him or herself on Usenet, through either longevity or attention-getting posts, but doesn’t meet the other requirements of net.godhood. [Jargon File]