Internet Culture

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The spread of the Internet has led to the creation of what is called a shared culture on the Internet or a unique Internet culture that did not exist in the real world.

For example, the idea of ​​open source is a culture that was unthinkable without a network: users of the world could become developers and development cooperators by making the source public.

Besides, movements such as writing novels, writing lyrics, and composing using networks have advanced, and it has become possible to operate video conferences with a simple system.