Teenagers on Internet

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The Internet has been force into the attention because of its ability to allow information transmission to anywhere where there's a computer and a phone line. The Internet, now households tag for a network of computers providing theoretically worldwide access to information. The Internet has changed ways of living in many aspects in the past few years. It has made the world available at your fingertips. You have the freedom to shop for just about anything without leaving the comfort of your home, research anything and anyone, pay bills without having to walk to the mailbox, and many other things that were unimaginable. The internet is a very complex network of free flowing information. At its core, it is an electronic communications network that connects computer networks and organizational computer facilities around the world. Its introduction revolutionized the way information is passed from location to location. A true world without borders was created. As the internet grew over the years its uses seemed ever more infinite. While it started with just sending little bits of information back and forth, it surely evolved into a virtual web that allows people to work from home or even search for information while traveling across the country. One of the true beauties of the internet is that anyone can use it as a medium to voice their opinion. But, sadly some people abuse the freedom of use on the internet. It’s true what they say about too much of a good thing can also be bad, first of all a prime concern of parents is that the internet affects the social skills of their children. Instead of interacting with their peers face to face they choose to use the social networks available to communicate online. Secondly, ¬¬¬¬¬¬¬parents needs to be responsible and aware for their children while surfing the internet because the internet has a double-edged sword characteristic for children: providing many opportunities for learning while exposing children to...
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