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BUS 206 - The Internet and the World Wide Web - 2.3.1



What is the difference between the Internet and the World Wide Web? Create at least three statements that identify the differences between the two.


The Internet is a connected network of networks, while the World Wide Web is a method of sharing information over the Internet.

The Internet supports several protocols, including email, or SMTP, voice, messaging, and HTTP, the protocol for the World Wide Web.

The Internet encompasses networks that share information, while the World Wide Web is one specific way in which computers and people share information. The World Wide Web uses browsers and web pages to share information over the Internet.