How Has the Internet Changed?


The internet has changed based on the scope of its operations. It is responsible for the current globalised world, from the time when it was used on a small scale in a few classified locations. Internet has also improved life, changed the way work is done and this have made life processes and information flow much easier.
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The internet has definitely changed through out the years, not only has it become a bit safer but it also has more capabilities and offers more to it's users.
Initially the Internet was only used buy the Government. It has grown to universities and businesses over the years. Email and electronic bill pay has almost replaced the Post Office. You can perform almost all tasks on the Internet.
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