The fact that the Internet has rapidly spread around the world is also due to the unique way it works: In theory, the network of networks is a technologically neutral middleman to which senders and receivers connect and allow data traffic to flow. Both sides pay for the respective costs up to the transfer points, or so the theory goes.
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