Do you agree or disagree with the following statement? Providing Internet access is just as important as other services, such as building roads, so governments should offer Internet access to all of their citizens at no cost. Use specific reasons and examples to support your answer.

The Internet is the most important discovery in the twentieth century. It begins like another project for computers and permits a link between two systems. Nevertheless, Nowadays the Internet is a necessary tool that provides information, solutions to diary issues or professional problems, and evolves communication. Firstly, due to the increasing number of users around the world, the information is bigger than ever. Although books and magazines were an important place to get new things, Infranet has the biggest resources and it mixes all such as there is possible to get books, articles or more. In my case, Thanks to this new tool, I can look for all that I want. I discover data for my metallurgist experiments and I upload investigations to increase world knowledge. Secondly, the networks like Youtube or Facebook groups teach how someone can solve a problem. Owned to These websites have people who experiment with issues then they can solve, thanks to these solutions people can take other ways. For example, When I cannot respond to a question for my homework, I go to any website and I get it, and if I can help someone, I create a file for a good answer, because somebody might need it. On another hand, Communication has been developed, so people saw the internet as a new way of life. Even though phones and mail are in existence and they are useful, Apps like zoom or discord can connect easier than old devices. For example, my mom can make calls with WhatsApp or she can send a message with Facebook. So it is not necessary to learn the phone numbers that are difficult. In conclusion, Creating public WI-Fi is the best option, because a country can be linked and if it will be free, the information might be in the hand.
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