What Is Internet ?
The Internet is a vast network of computers. Any computer connected to the Internet can send information to other computers on the network. The Internet works through a variety of wires and wireless communication technologies like telecom towers and satellites that connect all of these computers.
Small computer networks existed in the late 1950s and 1960s. Then, with the invention of packet switching, much larger computer networks were developed in universities, government agencies, and various businesses. At the beginning of the 1990s, a worldwide, privately accessible Internet was available. This soon led to the Internet as we know it today.
Owner Of Internet
Nobody Completely Owns the Internet In some ways, the Internet is more of a concept than a physical entity. Nobody has a patent or copyright over the internet.
Instead, portions of the Internet data centers, cabling, satellites, routers, etc. are owned by countless individuals, corporations, and government agencies. The founder of the World Wide Web, Sir Tim Berners-Lee, famously declined to patent the Internet to keep it free and accessible to all.