The Internet, as an “Electronic Slavery”

Igbinosa O. Godwin, Onyemaobi B. Chibuzo


Telecommunication is the exchange of information in any form (voice, data, text, images, audio, and video) over networks. Today, the Internet is a massive collection of private and public networks.  Each of these networks is connected to other networks, forming internetworks. Since the advent of Internet in 1969, a lot of technological revolution had taken place.  It has been able to reduce the entire world to a global village.  As with all human activities, attempting to solve a problem, leads to creating another one.  The Internet is not left out of this scenario. This work dwells on the various ways the Internet had been used to enslave mankind.  A field work survey was equally used to buttress this explicitly.

Keywords: Telecommunication, Information Network, Internet, Fieldwork, Survey

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