Internet Surfing Swot Analysis

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The Internet spread to all over the world because of economic and technological reasons.
For economic reasons, people provided themselves with a competitive environment in which people compete for better things, or upgrades. Then, people had the idea of sharing the information by cooperating and collaborating. This is like a give-and-take concept. Think of it this way: “I’ll transfer this information from the left to the right for free, so when it comes to my turn my information gets transferred for free.” Overall, the Internet became free and where many people can invest on independently.
For technological reasons, the engineers designed the Internet system so that it is ultimately not at the best condition. In other words, they make it so that the system
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During the twentieth century, the concept was to connect people to people—IP for everyone. Nowadays, it’s starting to shift towards an innovative concept. It’s called IoT, where “things” and people connect. Previously, people communicated and connected with people using mediums such as Facebook and Twitter. Now, everyday objects such as bicycles or house keys have the Internet within them, which can connect to people. The benefit of this is that people can essentially communicate with things. For example, we can “communicate” with house keys and the water faucet: tell the key to open itself when I come back, and by the time I come back, have them fill out the bath with hot spa. The problem with Internet of Things is perhaps the issues about privacy. Any Internet attached to vehicles could give GPS information; if this get sent to places not intended to, or get intercepted, it could cause privacy problems. If house keys malfunction and let other people in, it could cause serious problems. IoT attached to furniture could possibly overhear people’s conversation and when that gets released to the public that will be an issue

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