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Submitted by Mark484 1131d ago | article

How Internet is going to change the world in next 30 years

The Economic Times-The internet just turned 30. That might come as a surprise, as the global computer network seems both older and younger than that. Older because it is such a part of life now - roughly a third of humanity is now regularly online, and its use is so ubiquitous, even people over 40 find it hard to remember a world without it. (Internet, Services)

SnakeCQC  +   1130d ago
wikileaks hopefully get alot stronger in that time and expose even more bs
Mark484  +   1130d ago
just thinking after 30 years how many domain names are register then . After 30 years internet should be at very higher level. and May be its free too to use anywhere
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