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1,372 wordsWHY YOU NEED THE INTERNET INTRODUCTION Anyone alive today has surely heard of the Internet. Kids growing up today have been in contact with it since they started school, and adults are now becoming Internet junkies. The Internet is continuously changing, growing, and improving. It is now an information and communication tool you cannot afford to ignore. This paper will help you understand why you should know about it. The Internet is a loose amalgam of thousands of computer networks reaching mil...
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