In a world divided by barriers of language and culture, the Internet is the nexus that connects the most rural outposts of technology to the global business centers. The Internet's most popular user interface, the World Wide Web, is an interwoven network of computers through which news and information can traverse international barriers in a matter of seconds. Using an Internet Service Provider ("ISP") and a personal computer, the average user can access the World Wide Web and enter the largest repository of public information on the planet. The boundaries are virtually limitless, and the general absence of content restrictions promotes the Internet as a realm where information costs approach zero.
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