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    What is the internet? According to Webster’s Dictionary the internet is a global computer network providing a variety of information and communication facilities, consisting of interconnected networks using standardized communication protocols. The internet is a great and useful tool that nearly all Americans use every single day, probably more than ten times a day. The internet is not always used as a useful tool however. The internet has been used for evil and wrong doings over the years. The internet

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    According to the United Nations more than three billion people use the internet. As the population becomes more and more connected to the internet and cell phones, we put more and more of our personal lives onto them. Recently there have been hackers and companies using this to their advantage. They have been using private client’s data in ill manners such as selling it or stealing it. Hackers can steal identities with the information they find. A recent breach at Equifax left one Seattle woman getting

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    The Internet is one of the most powerful tools of the modern age as source of knowledge, entertainment and wealth generation. While a large majority of the population has no understanding of how the Internet actually works and how the content arrives at their computer they understand its importance. Scholars, lawyers, lawmakers and advocacy groups have began to worry about who has control of the Internet's content and its distribution. Net neutrality is the idea that Internet service providers or

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    [title] USE OF THE INTERNET BY INDIVIDALS As of August 2000, 116.5 million Americans were online--31.9 million more than only 20 months earlier. Internet users accounted for 44.4% of the U.S. population (age 3 and older), up from 32.7% in December 1998. This pattern of increasing Internet use held true at all income and education levels, for all age groups, for both men and women, for the employed and the unemployed and across all races and ethnic groups. Groups that have historically been digital

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    Looking at today’s generation we see that Internet and device usage is highly addicting, and personally for myself I’ve realized that while logging my daily usage over the past 5 days. Even though I knew I use the Internet a lot I was still in shock to see how much I used it over the past five days, and I came to realize that it would be very difficult for my self to live without the usage of Internet or my devices. Especially when it came to school I realized that, this is where I have used it the

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    conversation when talking about the use of the internet and how long teenagers are using it. But do they mention the pros of using the internet? In my opinion, I think teenagers should the internet more often. Teenagers use the internet for help in school, they gain computer skills and learn what is happening out in the world through the use of social media. A key aspect of how the internet use of the internet should not be limited is the knowledge.The internet is growing and becoming more advanced

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    websites and there are millions of ads that could pop up on your computer and they could look interesting and you click on it it may be misleading and that could be a bad sign. What I'm trying to say that people that have unlimited use on the internet will most likely use irresponsibly and it could lead to problems like I said before. That's why I support to have the limited amount of time online. One reason that you shouldn't spend a lot of time is that there are online scammers, yes I know that's

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    Internet-Use Disorder

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    Although Internet-Use Disorder is not an official health disorder for the books yet, there’s plenty of research to support the idea that addiction is real and extremely unpleasant. “Sufferers” display symptoms of withdrawal when they are unable to access the internet, while those that do appear to experience a process in their brain that is very similar to heroin and cocaine addicts. UCLA Researchers released to CBS the following in regards to test results of brain activity through the stages of

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    In Cuba it is hard to get wifi to text family/friends, post images, or just surf the web. In the United States, we have wifi and it's easier for us, but they have to pay $5 to use wifi and Cuban people barely even make that much during the week. 5% of Cuba's 11 million residents are able to get online, and when they do it is painfully slow. To upload pictures, download files, watch videos. It could take hours or even days. Smartphones, iphones, Blackberry handsets, and Android devices have become

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    Benefits of Internet Use

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    What is good for you? The use of the Internet offers a variety of benefits to everyone who is willing to use it. The enormous amount of information available and the many uses one can have through the internet have made it the most valuable tool in various settings of a person’s life. The Internet has an enormous amount of publications added on it every day and it’s evolving as the most powerful source of information. Also, use of the Internet has made jobs easier and oversimplified tasks that would

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