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It took 75 years to reach the first 5 million people by telephone, 38 years for radio, 13 years for television and only 4 years on the Internet. This is the Internet, which is why you are able to read us.

The #45 Best Internet Facts (with Pictures)

  • 45 Facts About Internet in 2020

The Internet debuted at around 7:30 pm on October 26, when a programmer at ULCA's 'Charlie Clean' sent two words "I" and "O" electronically to Menlo Park, California, 350 miles away. The whole system was off but the internet started. It was named 'ARPANET'. Then, on January 1, 1983, 'Vin KPF' and 'Robert E. Kahn 'both invented the TCP / IP protocol and Arpanet migrated to TCP / IP. Today the Internet works from it. Vint and Robert are called "Fathers of the Internet".

The full name of the WWW is the 'World Wide Web'. Some people consider WWW to be the Internet, but that's not it. For your information, let me tell you that both WWW and the Internet are different. WWW is only for pages on the Internet, on the other hand, the Internet is huge. In simple words, without the internet.

45 Amazing Internet Facts

#1. 37% of the web is almost po*n websites.

#2. NASA's Internet connection is 13,000 times faster than the average U.S. user, at 91 gigabits per second.

#3. Netflix is responsible for 15% of global Internet traffic.

#4. Po*n websites attract more visitors each month than Amazon, Netflix, and Twitter combined.

#5. Search Engines can only access 0.03% of the Internet. The rest is known as the "Deep Web".

#6. Ellen DeGeneres' famous Oscar selfie was retweeted 3.3 million times.

#7. Netflix has been around longer than Google.

#8. People who spend a lot of time on the Internet are more likely to be depressed, lonely and emotionally unstable, a study has found.

#9. In India, the United States has more people using the Internet than the entire population.

#10. 6% of the world's population has an Internet addiction.

#11. China has treatment camps for Internet addicts.

#12. 50% of Internet users will quit waiting for a video to load after 10 seconds.

#13. When the first White House website was launched on October 21, 1994, incidentally. It was linked to a po*n website.

#14. In 1999, the second most searched item on the Internet was 'Pokemon'. The first number was still po*nogr*phy.

#15. No matter what browser you use today, Google Chrome, Safari, UC Browser, etc. But in 1993, the first and most famous browser on the Internet was 'Mosaic'.

#16. In Brazil, there is a search engine named 'Ecosia' which donates 80% of its total earnings to plant trees.

#17. Over 30,000 websites are hac*ed every day on the Internet.

#18. If the Internet went down for a day, 196 billion emails and 3 billion Google searches would have to wait.

#19. 15% of American adults do not use the Internet.

#20. Internet Users Send 204 Million Emails Per Minute (Globally).

#21. Around 80% of emails sent every day are sp*m.

#22. As of January 2019, 3,829,564,450 devices are connected to the Internet. Of which China is at the top.

#23. Sweden has the largest number of people connected to the Internet according to a country's total population. About 75%.

#24. More than 150,000 new domains are registered each month. As of January 2019, there are approximately 1 billion 50 million websites on the Internet.

#25. Prior to September 1995, the domain was registered in Free.

#26. You may be surprised to know that email is older than WWW.

#27. HotWired, now known as, is the first website to install banner ads.

#28. The first thing to sell and buy on the internet was the 'bag of hunts'.

#30. The Internet was launched on August 14, 1995, by VSNL (Videsh Sanchar Nigam Limited) for the general public in India.

#31. Google has 6,586,013,574 searches a day, 15% of which Google has never seen before.

#32. is the most expensive sales domain on the Internet. Worth $ 832 million.

#33. The first domain name registered on the Internet was ''. It was registered on March 15, 1985.

#34. Twenty-five years ago, there were only 3 websites on the Internet in 9 years. Both were not Google and had to pay through ISPs to create an email account. ISP means Internet Service Provider.

#35. In history, the '@' sign was used in Europe as a unit of weight measurement called 'aerobic'. Weighing in at 25lbs (11.34kg).

#36. More than 30,000 websites are hacked daily.

#37. Ethan Zuckerman, the man who popped up advertising, still regrets that he has given birth to one of the most disliked methods of advertising on the Internet.

#38. '' is a website where you can enter the URL of any website and see what the website used to look like in the past. For example, you can see what it was like to see 2 years ago.

#39. Pirate Bay a website tried to buy Iceland into a country where there was no copyright law.

#40. There is a law in South Korea that prohibits children under the age of 16 from playing online games between 12 pm and 6 pm. It's called 'shutdown law'.

#41. An average person agrees with these national terms and conditions on the Internet one year that if they sit and read for 8 hours a day, it will take about 76 days.

#42. Anthony Greco was the first person arrested in 2005 for sending spam messages.

#43. One of the longest lawsuits for domain names is People are suing Tasty Animals for getting the name 'people for the moral treatment of animals'. The case continued from 1995 to 2001 and was eventually won by 'people for animal ethical treatment'.

#44. The January 1997 inauguration of US President Bill Clinton was the first Internet webcast.

#45. In Norway, all prisoners are allowed to operate the Internet in their respective rooms.

If you know any Fun Facts about Internet, let me know in the comments!
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