Internet: history, evolution and operation

The Internet is a vast network that connects computers around the world through more than 750,000 miles (1,200,000 kilometers) of cable stretching under land and sea, according to the University of Colorado Boulder.

It is the fastest communication method in the world and allows data to be sent from London, UK, to Sydney, Australia, in just 250 milliseconds, for example. Building and maintaining the Internet has been a monumental feat of ingenuity.

What is the Internet?

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