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Cyberspace definition

Cyberspace refers to the digital world created by the invention of the Internet. Cyberspace describes the virtual space people use to communicate, share files, consume media, and exchange information.

The benefits of cyberspace

Cyberspace transformed the world completely. It connects people from around the world, provides access to everything humanity has learned so far and enables new business and entertainment opportunities.

Moreover, anyone can expand cyberspace by creating their own little world – a game room, a private channel on Discord, or a chat to share family pictures.

The limitations of cyberspace

Despite helping to connect people from different backgrounds, cyberspace also presents key challenges. It can be used for bullying, spying, scamming, and stealing. Without education and built-in security, cyberspace can be especially dangerous to kids and the elderly.

Examples of cyberspace

  • Social media platforms such as Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn.
  • Streaming platforms like Twitch, Netflix, and Spotify.
  • Metaverse projects like Sandbox and Second life.
  • Cloud service providers like Google Drive.
  • Online forums.
  • Online games.
  • Email services like Gmail.
  • Instant messaging platforms like Discord.
  • Personal websites and blogs.
  • Online education sites like Udemy.