National Internet Day is celebrated every year on 29 October. The Internet provides instant access to information. Search engines make this information easy to obtain. In addition to acquiring knowledge, Internet users have endless entertainment. The Internet allows you to do banking and shopping in the comfort of your home. The Internet is also a great way to donate and raise funds. Thanks to the Internet, many people can work remotely from anywhere in the world.
History Internet Service
The Internet first started in the 1960s as a way for government. In the 1960s, computers were bulky and immobile. In order to use the information stored in any computer, people had to go to the location of the computer or send computer tapes through the traditional postal system. Another catalyst for the formation of the Internet is the warming up of the Cold War. The launch of the Sputnik satellite by the Soviet Union prompted the US Department of Defense to consider how to still disseminate information after a nuclear attack. This eventually led to the formation of ARPANET (Advanced Research Project Agency Network), which eventually evolved into the Internet as we now know it. To this end, other networks have been created to provide information sharing.
January 1, 1983, is considered the official beginning of the Internet. Prior to this, various computer networks did not have a standard way of communicating with each other. A new communication protocol was established, called Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol (TCP/IP). This allows different types of computers on different networks to “talk” to each other. On January 1, 1983, ARPANET and National Defense Data Network were officially changed to TCP/IP standards, and the Internet was born. All networks can now be connected through a common language.
Advantages of the Internet:
The Internet may be one of the best inventions to date. Since anyone can access the computer, this allows people to remove geographic barriers and share information instantly.
The communication speed obtained through the network becomes faster. Family and friends can easily limit contact. The platforms of products such as SKYPE allow video conferences with anyone in the world who can also visit.
Anyone can find information on almost any subject imaginable. Through this program, you can usually find a lot of resources within a few minutes.
For example, students can get ready-to-use homework help online.
Entertainment for everyone-
Most people like to use our laptops, smartphones and tablets. The network is an important reason why we spend a lot of time on these gadgets.
Online services and e-commerce
Many e-mail, online banking, online shopping and other services are there. You can definitely access anyone’s free mail from anywhere in the world. E-commerce allows Americans to shop in Asia, Africa or other parts of the world with a simple mouse click.
Social networks are sharing data with people on the planet. In addition to being an entertainment website, it has many uses.
The Internet has now become a block of education. Education such as self-study at home must be managed using the Internet. Teachers can upload instructional videos to the Internet.
Disadvantages of the Internet:
The disadvantages of the Internet cannot be ignored. Countless young people are affected by Internet addiction, and many women have become online shopaholics.
Internet addiction disorder-
Internet addiction is not only harmful to health, but also harmful to mental state.
Internet Crime –
The hacker wrote a virus that enters the PC and destroys valuable data. Personal information such as the user’s name, address, main card, bank details, etc. is often accessed by criminals when used on the Internet, resulting in major economic losses.
Unconscious surfing time flies quickly. The user falls into a trap after being attracted, the user is trapped by the “net”, and the time spent with people in the real world is reduced. In fact, reducing interaction and face-to-face communication may lead to a decline in social skills.
Unnecessary emails, advertisements, etc. are sometimes referred to as spam because they require the ability to hinder the system and expose users to many problems.