Fifteen years ago, the Web felt like a free space that belonged to everyone. No one company dominated as an access point or controlled what users saw.
The Internet has changed drastically over the last decade. It’s become a more closed Web. Rather than a decentralized and open landscape, many people today primarily interact with a handful of large platform companies online, such as Google or Facebook. To many users, Facebook and Google aren’t part of the Internet—they are the Internet.
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