It is a tool, which can link up all the people around the world, or we can say that it is a net that we can’t see. Whichever it may be the internet has proved it self very helpful tool in many ways, it has opened a gateway for people; it made it possible for us to communicate with people from the other side of the world.Internet brings us a lot of convenience; people depend on it very much nowadays. Allowing us to meet new people and discover new places even though we are not there.There are parents who complain that the Internet has swept their children off their feet, so much so that they do not seem to be interested in anything else.
The one of the main reasons that many people blame is that there is no sense of censorship in the world of the internet.
Without censorship many things spin out of control.
In other words, the Internet can act like an addictive drug.
Is it possible that the same thing was said about television not too many years ago?
There are different ways of tackling the situation.
In Norway, Denmark, Finland, and Sweden, major Internet service providers have voluntarily agreed to limit access to sites blacklisted by the police.
A man needs a fair amount of information to run his life efficiently, and to date the Internet is the most versatile information-provider that man has ever devised.
If for nothing else, for that reason alone it thoroughly deserves to be called a boon.
That is not to say that it does not have multiple other uses as well: one can avail of its services to bank, to plan and book holidays, to buy railway or aeroplane tickets, to keep in touch with one’s friends and make new ones, to share one’s thoughts with others and get their feedback on them, to chat, to play online games, to run an individual, social or political campaign, to create one’s own circle of like-minded people …
the list is yet to be exhausted, but it is surely already large enough to explain why, more and more, people all around the world are getting hooked to the Internet.