Internet and People

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Carmen Cruz
English 112
Professor: Chrysula Norway
Date: March 7th, 2013
“The Impact of the Internet on the Society”

At the present time, technology is part of our life as soon we woke up we start to use the internet, and we have the power to connect with billions of people and make researches instantly without move from the place that we are. The internet is the best magic thing that we can use to communicate. Media communication are everywhere since children and old people have an easy access permitting to be communicate with the whole world. Many years ago, the internet was not so popular because no everyone had access for these reason to make a researches we should go to the library and spent a lot time reading books. In addition, if we wanted to buy something you should go to the store and buy it, now you can buy it from home. Actually, the internet has permitted to improve our life allowing that everything becomes easier. Even though, the internet has provided us many facilities not everything is perfect because for many people the internet has destroyed their life and their family. In addition, the negative effects that the internet has caused have covered the whole society provoking people have stranger behave and suffer stranger addiction. The internet is a double edged sword because has improved and destroyed many lives. The internet is a tool, which has impacted our society and it has caused many positives and negatives effects which have reflected in our society. The impact of internet on our society is enormous. Every day, the Internet expands by the social, political, and economic activities of people all over the world, and its impact growth exponentially. In this new world there is no geographical separation and there are no borders, and all people are encouraged to participate and contribute drawing on their experiences and resources. In cyberspace actions and reactions are essentially instantaneous, and this is why the Internet is so...
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